Danielle Lloyd starts new career as a travel agent amid coronavirus pandemic

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Danielle Llloyd has embarked on a new venture as a independent travel agent amid the coronavirus pandemic.

England has been plunged into its third national lockdown since the Covid-19 virus swept the globe, with restrictions in other parts of the UK.

In lockdown, Brits have been advised to stay at home and cannot travel unless it is for work.

Travel corridors have been closed and anyone arriving to the UK must produce a negative Covid-19 test then self-isolate for 10 days.

But Danielle, 37, has high hopes of cashing in on the travel industry when restrictions begin to ease in the UK.

Danielle Lloyd starts new career as a travel agent amid coronavirus pandemic
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The former glamour model set up Instagram account Jet Set With Danielle Lloyd devoted to her new adventure.

Already she has gained the attention of almost 800 followers with her new account.

Her bio claimed: "Helping people earn through their love of travel. Let me show you how. Contact me or Click on the link to book your holiday now."

But Danielle, 37, has high hopes of cashing in on the travel industry when restrictions begin to ease in the UK
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Former Miss England and Miss Great Britain model Danielle has promoted a holiday in the Easter half term for two adults and two children to Mexico.

The UK awaits to find out when Brits will be free from lockdown.

However, the reality star was confident people will be able to travel soon.

The mum claimed the "travel boom" was on the horizon in one of her recent posts from December.

Already she has gained the attention of almost 800 followers with her new account
(Image: missdlloyd/Instagram)

She wrote: "Whether it’s a new career you’re looking for, a second income or just to benefit for yourself or your families travels…

"This business lets you earn around your other commitments, your family, with no targets, no contracts and in something we all do… TRAVEL!!!!

"The travel boom is coming, don’t wait until it’s here and miss out on all those booking opportunities… you wouldn’t open a nail salon and learn how to do nails on the day you opened the doors."

Reality stars have reportedly been losing their followers by flaunting their glamorous "work" trips.

A handful of celebs have continued to drizzle their Instagram account with their envy-invoking snaps from Dubai and the Maldives during the coronavirus pandemic.

Stars, including Chloe Ferry and Gabby Allen have extended their stay in Dubai.