MICHELLE Keegan has joked that she and Mark Wright won’t return to the UK as they face a two-week quarantine after their Spain holiday.
The power couple are among the celebs to have been caught out by the change in government rules, which require any Brits returning from mainland Spain or its surrounding islands to self-isolate for a fortnight.
Mark and Michelle, both 33, have been island-hopping over the past couple of weeks, enjoying time in Marbella, Ibiza, and Mallorca.
Now Michelle has taken to her Instagram page to suggest that home to England is not the next stop in their travel plans.
The brunette beauty shared a photo of several arrows pointing to different holiday destinations – and how far away they are.
The hot spots inculde Dubai, the Maldives, and Australia, with Michelle captioning the post: “I’ll pick any, I’m not fussy…”
Mark and Michelle aren’t the only stars to face a two-week lockdown, with James ‘Arg’ Argent, Charlotte Crosby, and Love Island babes including Arabella Chi and Gabby Allen also among the names to be in one of the Spanish countries.
The Government removed Spain from the safe list of countries on Saturday, and said anyone returning would have to stay home for a fortnight or risk a £1,000 fine.
Brits have been advised against all but essential travel to mainland Spain thanks to a spike in infections.
Mark and Michelle have been making the most of their holiday, which they’ve documented across their social media channels.
On Saturday night, the pair shared pictures and videos from a wild night out at Ibiza’s Lio cabaret bar, with Michelle donning a protective face mask for part of the night.
The Wrights jetted out to Spain last week for a big family holiday after months of lockdown in the UK.
Their trip comes after it was revealed that they had demolished their £1.3million Essex mansion – in preparation for building their new dream home.
The couple, who got married in 2015, purchased the pad in October last year.
At the time, the pair sparked baby rumours as the mansion came complete with a playroom.
However, Mark and Michelle submitted plans in February to knock down the Essex farmhouse and replace it with a vast Georgian-style home.