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Charlotte Crosby has admitted that she feels like a ‘prisoner’ in her quarantine hotel room.

The Geordie Shore star, 31, admitted that she’s not even allowed to poke her head out the door into the hallway entrance because there are numerous guards surrounding the premises.

The reality TV star is holed up the Australian hotel room for two-weeks ahead of an exciting work assignment where she will spend the next six weeks Down Under.

Since landing in Oz, Charlotte has had to follow the mandatory two-week isolation due to strict rules for travellers during Covid.

Now that the Geordie lass has settled into her temporary home for the time being, she’s feeling rather claustrophobic.

Charlotte Crosby has admitted that she feels like a ‘prisoner’ in her quarantine hotel room
(Image: charlottegshore/Instagram)

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The reality TV star took to her Instagram Stories on Tuesday evening to give her 7.2 million followers a glimpse of her spacious hotel room.

During the tour, Charlotte admitted that she felt ‘trapped’ as guards paced up and down the hotel corridors ensuring that occupants stayed in their rooms at all times during the quarantine period.

“I’m just lying here thinking about how odd it is to be trapped in a hotel room,” Charlotte told.

“I’m physically not allowed out. Like, there are guards manning all of the corridors so I couldn’t even poke my head out.”

Charlotte admitted that she felt ‘trapped’ as guards paced up and down the hotel corridors
(Image: charlottegshore/Instagram)

Ahead of her quarantine stint, Charlotte admitted that she was ‘scared’ and ‘anxious’ of the two weeks ahead of her.

She told her Instagram fans: “It's the proper government quarantine. There's no messing about they literally get you from the plane and literally take you to one of the random hotels and that's it.

“From minute one you cannot leave the room, not even for air.

"They bring you food in brown paper bags and stuff.

Charlotte was forced to part ways with her boyfriend Liam

“Very anxious about it but I have lots to be getting on with to keep me busy."

Charlotte was also heartbroken that she had to leave her boyfriend Liam Beaumont back home because he couldn't get a visa.

"I have work so I have a special work visa but Liam couldn't get a visa as he wouldn't be working there,” the star told.

“Sad sad sad times. Gunna miss him loads but it's gunna fly by!

Charlotte has been dating Liam since February last year
(Image: Instagram)

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"Keep imagining the moment we will be reunited again! LMAO I'm not even there yet and I'm already thinking about the reunion."

Seeing the positive side to the setback, Charlotte joked that she was going to turn her hotel room into a ‘mini bootcamp’ having booked out PT sessions online.

She also said she is renting a treadmill for her two-week stay.

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