She recently offered her fans more information about the world of influence, after receiving backlash for passing the coronavirus lockdown abroad.
And Laura Anderson appeared in high spirits as she created a storm in a series of chic images from her trip to Dubai on Thursday.
The former Love Island star, 31, caught the eye in a tie-dye print dress from REVOLVE in an original piece.
Turn heads: Laura Anderson appeared in high spirits as she posed a storm in a series of chic images from her trip to Dubai on Thursday, after receiving fan reactions to her vacation
Showcasing her slender figure, the influencer ribbed ensemble featured long sleeves and shaved her toned thighs.
The former flight attendant added height to her frame in a pair of cream slingback heels, while accessorizing with a selection of delicate jewelry.
Earlier this week, the media personality was forced to remove some of the comments on her recent sun-soaked bikini photos after receiving backlash for sharing her exploits.
Grab attention: The former Love Island star, 31, grabbed attention, donned in a tie-dye print dress by REVOLVE in a quirky piece
The TV star addressed negativity in her stories, as she admitted that some would be discouraged from becoming an influencer after learning the realities.
Amid mounting criticism of influencers and reality TV stars who have flown abroad on “ business trips ” to escape strict UK lockdown, Laura said:
“All this stuff about everybody who hates influencers, I’m just like f ** k .. that’s what I do for a minute job. I don’t wanna feel c ** p.
In her element: The former flight attendant has uploaded striking bikini snaps to her rig in the past two days
“ I think it might be a good idea to give more information about the reality of being an influencer.
“ I think a lot of young people might want to do it, but you realize it’s not that great when you see the real thing. I have seen someone in my reviews say that you are on vacation, but when you are working you are not on vacation.
“On vacation, it’s not just in the sun. I want people to understand then maybe they won’t be so bored, it’s not right now, all the time.
“ I remember when Molly-Mae walked into the villa everyone was like she was an influencer, like it was a negative thing. I thought it would be a good idea to give a preview so that people don’t hate it so much and realize how difficult it is.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson put England back into a March-style lockdown on January 5. Travel rules currently state that travel abroad is only allowed for business purposes.
The new rules will require international travelers to come back negative after a PCR test before arriving in England. The rules will come into effect from Friday.
From 4 a.m. on January 15, passengers arriving by boat, train or plane – including British nationals – will be required to take a test up to 72 hours before leaving the country.
They will need to present proof of a negative test result – using a PCR test or, in some cases, LAMP or side-flow test – to their carrier upon boarding while the UK Border Force will perform spot checks at the arrival.
Review: Earlier this week, the media personality was forced to delete some of the comments on her recent sunny images
Newcomers breaking the rules will have to pay a minimum fine of £ 500, while the operator who transported them will also be fined.
Passengers will still need to be quarantined for 10 days regardless of the results of their tests, Transport Minister Robert Courts said in a statement.
British nationals attempting to return home who test positive should not travel and should follow local guidelines in their host country and contact the nearest consulate if they need assistance.
Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Ajman, Fujairah, Umm Al-Quwain, Sharjah and Ras Al Khaimah have been added to the UK’s quarantine list – meaning social media stars at the Middle East vacation hotspot will have to self-isolate for 10 days.
Make Her Say: The TV star addressed negativity in her stories, as she admitted that some would be discouraged from becoming an influencer after learning the realities.
Influencers have come under close scrutiny after Olivia Attwood criticized them for claiming they were ‘working’ overseas during the coronavirus pandemic.
Outspoken TV star Olivia, 29, took to her Instagram Stories from her Manchester home on Tuesday to criticize her co-stars for claiming they were working overseas.
His video comes as it was revealed that travelers returning to the UK from the UAE will need to be quarantined after a 52% increase in the number of COVID -19 cases there – an undeniable shock for the city full of influencers.
“ Being an influencer is actually very difficult and I can’t create any content for you here so I’m going to have to go on vacation but don’t worry I will continue to refer to it as ‘work’, -cheek language video started.
The blonde later elaborated, telling her followers, ‘Oh my god, I look like a real hater. Do you know what this is right, it’s just this meme going around that makes influencers, and it’s not all, it’s just a few, so bad.
“It’s the constant cry ‘I work, not on vacation’. There is a difference between being able to earn money wherever you are and being there to work, ”the media personality emphasized.
Olivia explained that she had never claimed that a vacation with her footballing fiance Bradley Dack, 27, was a work trip, saying: ‘Whenever I go on vacation I will post content that I can monetize.
“I’m still on vacation. I’m not saying “Oh me and Brad had the most amazing week in Portugal, but don’t worry, I was working hard”. You just look so stupid.
‘People are losing their families and you are on the beach telling us we don’t know how difficult it is’: Olivia Attwood recently slammed influencers for claiming they were ‘working’ at the foreigner