Vogue Williams has asked fans for their advice, as she desperately wants to return home to Ireland.
The 34-year-old welcomed her second child, a baby girl, last Wednesday with her husband Spencer Matthews.
The couple usually reside in their London apartment, but earlier this year they bought a new home in Dublin – and it looks like Vogue is itching to move in.
Taking to her Instagram Story, Vogue told fans: “I really want to go back home to Ireland. I haven’t been back since before Christmas. The longest I have ever been away 😢.”
She went on to ask: “If I went home for five days and quarantined in my house the whole time would I be allowed to fly back to London after the five days? Or do I have to wait for a full 14?”
At present, the Irish Authorities are asking travellers from the UK to restrict their movements for 14 days, and this includes citizens and residents returning to Ireland.
Vogue revealed that she bought her “dream home” in Dublin back in June, and the TV presenter has been working on renovations from a distance ever since.
The news comes just over one week after Vogue and Spencer announced the birth of their second child last Wednesday.
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The TV presenter announced the exciting news by sharing a photo of her and Spencer in hospital.
She simply captioned the post: “Last night we became a family of four. Our beautiful daughter arrived safely and happily into the world 💕.”
Vogue gave birth to their baby girl at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital in London.
Spencer also shared the news on his own Instagram account, and wrote: “Wow, we officially have CHILDREN!!”
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“So much has happened in the last three years. Real positive change, a son and now a daughter.”
“I couldn’t be more thankful to my incredible wife @voguewilliams for all that you do for our family, in particular the laborious pregnancies which us men will never fully understand.”
“Thanks also for making me see the light through my rocky relationship with alcohol. @cleanliquor, which fills me with so much drive and purpose would never have existed without you..,” he added.
“I have always dreamt of being a great father and because of you, that is now achievable. Feel lucky ever day to be married to you.”
Vogue announced her pregnancy back in March, and the couple are already parents to a son named Theodore, who turns 2 this September.
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