Gemma Collins smugly says she ‘called it’ over new Spain quarantine rules as ex James Argent remains in Marbella


GEMMA Collins has gloated about cancelling her trip to Spain last week after new government rules came into place.

Last night it was announced that anybody returning from mainland Spain or its surrounding islands will be forced to quarantine for two weeks upon their return to the UK.

In the week, 39-year-old Gemma cancelled her appearance at an event in Marbella – with The Sun Online later revealing that she didn’t want to see her ex James ‘Arg’ Argent, who was also planning to attend.

Instead, the star remained in England, with Arg being spotted beaming as he stepped out in the Spanish city – despite the recent break-up.

Now Gemma has taken to her Instagram page to smugly reveal that she “called it” when ditching her travel plans.

Sharing a screenshot of a news headline about the new quarantine rules, the self-proclaimed diva said: “The GC ✌🏻called it 🙌🏻 keep safe everyone and don’t break quarantine when home think of others and keep everyone safe ✌🏻#quarantine #keepeveryonesafe”.

She posted the same image to her Story, this time adding a gif of herself feigning shock at the news.

Gemma had been due to be appear at Mark Wright’s cousin Elliot’s bar in Marbella as part of a Diva Night – but told fans earlier this week that she would no longer be there.

She said on Instagram that this was a health and safety precaution, but The Sun Online revealed that she actually axed her plans after hearing that Arg was planning to fly over to win her back.

The rocky couple have been on/ off for three years, but the devastated star dumped the former Towie favourite earlier this month after he cruelly branded her a “fat f***” and a “hippo” in a series of furious texts.

She was also heartbroken when he asked if they could have an open relationship.

Gemma had stuck by Arg throughout his drugs and alcohol battle and was eager for them to start a family together before their split.




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