Laura Hamilton explains coronavirus rules in Gran Canaria
TV star Laura Hamilton is on her way to Fuerteventura today after spending a week on the island of Gran Canaria. The A Place In The Sun presenter admitted she is having a hard time trying to keep up with all the coronavirus rules, as she travels from place to place for work.
Ahead of her flight to the neighbouring island, the 38-year-old took to Instagram to ask her followers what they had planned for the weekend ahead.
“What are you up to this weekend, the first weekend out of lockdown,” she said on her Story, in view of her 115,000 followers.
“Who [are] you seeing? What [are] you doing? she added before the confused presenter questioned herself.
“I’m saying ‘Who you seeing? What you doing?’ but you can obviously only see people in your support bubbles, right?”
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“I’m so confused with all the rules, it’s obviously different where I am in Gran Canaria,” she went on to explain.
Laura, who is on the Canary Island to film new episodes of her Channel 4 property show, detailed some of the rules on the island.
“You do have to wear masks everywhere in the Canary Islands. Outside walking around, if you are caught by the police you get fined.
“So I find it difficult keeping up with the rules all over the place,” the mum-of-two said.
Speaking about her own plans for the weekend, Laura informed her followers that she was on her way to Fuerteventura where she will be united with her children.
The TV star shares son Rocco, seven, and daughter Tahlia, five, with her husband Alex Goward.
“But I’m leaving Gran Canaria this afternoon and flying to Fuerteventura.
“Rococo and Thalia are joining me tomorrow and I literally can’t wait to give them cuddles,” she gushed.
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Earlier in the week, Laura headed to a local hospital to get a COVID-19 test to ensure she was safe to travel.
She has been undergoing regular testing in order to carry on working throughout the coronavirus pandemic.
Laura said it was a really “unpleasant” experience as the procedure was not done in a gentle manner.
Following the incident, the Channel 4 star detailed her experience online.
“I don’t know if you’ve had a COVID test, but sometimes they can be quite gentle – they’re not pleasant at all, you have to have a stick up your nose and in your throat, well actually in your throat first before up your nose – but the one I just had, in Gran Canaria, in a hospital in Gran Canaria, it wasn’t gentle at all.
“It literally was, I’m going to shove this stick up your nose as hard as possible and jab, I mean it really was unpleasant.”
A Place In The Sun continues today at 3pm on Channel 4.
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