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Love Island's Amy Hart defends working from Dubai in lockdown saying it's 'credible'

Their jaunts to Dubai during lockdown sparked a fiery debate over the definition of a “work trip”.

In defence of reality stars, Love Islander Amy Hart says: "Influencing is a credible and valid job.”

“People say we contribute nothing to society: look at my tax return,” she continues.

The Loose Women star, 27, explains that travel images are a huge commodity in social media, as they prompt more engagement.

“It’s a new form of advertising,” she explains. “If someone said they worked in

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Dubai: Main News

Their jaunts to Dubai during lockdown sparked a fiery debate over the definition of a “work trip”.
The Real Housewives of Cheshire star Nicole Sealey recently finished her self-isolation after returning from a trip to Dubai during the UK's third national lockdown.While many reality stars jetted to the United Arab Emirates for freedom during the lockdown, claiming to be working, Nicole is to set the record straight about her trip.The 46-year-old businesswoman may have been enjoying a life of luxury underneath the blistering desert sun but was in fact working, every day during her trip.

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