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Chloe Ferry has given her huge fanbase a look inside her luxury penthouse pad in Dubai, where she is staying with her Geordie Shore pals.
The reality star, 25, escaped the UK in December with her friends Bethan Kershaw, 24, and Sophie Kasaei, 31, amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
It appears the trio are living together temporarily as they moved all their things into the four-star City Premiere Marina Hotel Apartments – which offers incredible views of the city.
Taking to her Instagram Story, Chloe boasted about the sleek apartment, showing off the interior and the spacious rooms they will be staying in.
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The modern apartment is located right in the heart of Dubai, and their pricey pad boasts three separate bedrooms complete with an en-suite, an open-space kitchen and dining area, as well as a large balcony, which is perfect for sunbathing.
Chloe, Bethan and Sophie each have their own "spon room", which is a dedicated area to take Instagram content for their fans.
Sophie called the apartment their "home" as they settled down and shared snaps on Instagram.
They showed off the apartment on Instagram
After moving in, they went for a "healthy food shop" to set them up for the week.
The three girls have joined a whole host of other influencers who are out 'working' in Dubai, while the pandemic rages around the world.
Their move comes after Love Island star Olivia Attwood mocked her famous pals who claim they are working on luxury holidays while the UK government locks down the nation once again.
Chloe boasted about the property
She furiously ranted about other stars jetting off to sunnier climates, including Dubai, the Maldives and Barbados, to escape the current Covid-19 chaos.
Taking to her Instagram Story on Tuesday, Olivia, 29, proceeded to mock the reality stars to her 1.9 million followers, and said a "handful" of them are starting to give out a "bad representation" for content creators as a whole.
Olivia, who was out in sunny Manchester taking photos for her Instagram, kept a straight face as she joked she would have to go on holiday to take snaps of her outfits, seemingly mocking her co-stars.
The girls have settled in well
She said they were moving location
She said: "Being an influencer is actually really hard and I can't create content for you guys here, so I am going to have to go on holiday, but don't worry I will keep referring to it as 'work'."
In another clip, she added: "Oh my god I sound like an actual hater. Do you know what it is right, it's just this meme that's been going around which is making influencers – and it's not all of them it's only a few – look so bad.
"It's the constant, 'I'm working, not on holiday' shout. There is a difference from being able to earn money wherever you are are to being on holiday for work."
Olivia Attwood ranted on Instagram
She then went on to say she "doesn't blame" them for going on holiday, but urges them to "know when to shut up".
Olivia continued: "To be fair, I don't f**king blame you. If this goes on for another six months, I'm not gonna say that I wouldn't potentially be tempted to take a trip because I probably f**king would.
"I just feel like it's given a whole load of people a bad reputation, when actually some people have just gone away and put their hands up and said, 'I'm on holiday', that's basically my point."
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