Reality stars like Chloe Ferry can 'earn up to £7k for snaps in Dubai'

Reality stars like Chloe Ferry and Laura Anderson are ‘earning up to £7k for their sponsored posts while living it up in Dubai amid the coronavirus crisis’

Reality stars like Chloe Ferry, Laura Anderson, and Georgia Steel are reportedly earning up to £7k per sponsored post on Instagram during their trips to Dubai.

According to reports from The Sun on Saturday, influencers who have jetted off to the sun-drenched city amid the coronavirus crisis are able to rake in thousands of pounds through the content they provide on social media.

The publication shared reports from digital marketing agency Pilot Fish Media, which claimed that Chloe, 25, is able to earn £6,508 for every snap she shares via Instagram while abroad.

Striking gold: Reality stars like Chloe Ferry (pictured) and Laura Anderson ‘earn up to £7k for their posts while living it up in Dubai amid the COVID-19 crisis’, it was reported on Saturday

Meanwhile, the posts that Laura shares with her 1.4 million followers can earn her an estimated £3,113 per sponsored post.

It was also reported that Geordie Shore star Sophie Kasaei is able to earn $4,395 per post, while Anton Danyluk rakes in £2,244 for his snaps. 

MailOnline has contacted representatives for Chloe, Laura, and Georgia for further comment.

Stars like Chloe, Georgia, and Arabella Chi have jetted abroad under the ruse that their trips are ‘for work,’ sparking backlash from fans who have been holed up in lockdown amid the . 

Doing well: The posts that Laura shares with her 1.4 million followers can earn her an estimated £3,113 per sponsored post

Impressive: Reports from digital marketing agency Pilot Fish Media claimed that Chloe, 25, is able to earn £6,508 for every snap she shares via Instagram while abroad

Laura recently attracted a mixed reaction when she offered to give fans a behind-the-scenes glimpse at her working day, so they could see how ‘hard’ it is to be an influencer. 

Amid mounting criticism towards influencers, Laura said: ‘This whole thing about everyone hating influencers, I’m just like f**k.. this is what I do for a job at the minute. I don’t want to feel c**p.  

‘I’m thinking maybe, would it be a good idea to give more of an insight into the reality of being an influencer.

‘I think a lot of young people might want to do it, but you realise it’s not that great when you see the reality of it. I saw someone in my comments saying you’re on holiday, but when you’re working you’re not on holiday. 

Beach babe: It was also reported that Geordie Shore star Sophie Kasaei (pictured) is able to earn $4,395 per post, while Anton Danyluk rakes in £2,244 for his snaps

Having her say: Laura recently addressed the backlash over her trip on her Stories, as she admitted some would be put off becoming an influencer after learning the realities

‘On holiday doesn’t mean just in the sun. I want people to understand then maybe they won’t get as annoyed, it’s not just right now, all the time.

‘I remember when Molly-Mae went into the villa everyone was like omg she’s an influencer, as it if was a negative thing. I thought it would be a good idea to give an insight so people don’t hate it as much and realise how hard it is.’ 

Moments later Laura filmed her sun-drenched surroundings as she arrived at White Beach club. 

In the comments section of her latest Instagram post, Laura explained that she travelled to Dubai so she could still earn money during the pandemic because she’s ‘not a millionaire’. 


Speaking out: Amid mounting criticism towards influencers and reality stars who have jetted to abroad on ‘business trips’ to escape the strict UK lockdown, Laura had her say

Defending the trip, Laura said: ‘I live alone in Glasgow with no family or friends close enough that are allowed to travel to me. So for my own mental health being in Dubai I can be around my family and friends that Still live here since I lived here for 8years prior to love island, I still call UEA home.

‘I’m definitely not out and about everyday as I need to be on my laptop working & life here is strict but has loosened recently due to a lot worse restrictions than we endured at the start.

‘Some of you may already know all of this or you may not or you may not care. Thanks for your energy, I can take the punching bag treatment most of the time and to be honest I’d rather be the person you gave out to.’


Caption: In the comments section of her post, Laura explained that she travelled to Dubai so she could still earn money during the pandemic because she’s ‘not a millionaire’

Arabella, meanwhile, informed her social media followers about her trip, and asked whether they’d like to see content from her travels.

The ASOS star wrote: ‘I know with everything that is going on in the world at the moment that travelling should be limited but I just wanted to reach out to you guys and say the reason I am travelling.

‘And along side this I will be taking extra precautions to make sure I protect myself and most importantly others.

‘I am travelling to Dubai as I have a shoot on Thursday and I have some meetings set up with modelling agencies out there I am then going onto Egypt and working with @flat42.global & @followmetoegypt.

‘Having said that… would you guys prefer me to limit my content I post while I am away? As don’t want to affend anybody while I am away.’ (sic) 

Reaching out: Arabella Chi, meanwhile, informed her social media followers about her trip, and asked whether they’d like to see content from her travels.


Details: The ASOS star wrote: ‘I know with everything that is going on in the world at the moment that travelling should be limited’

Their trips comes amid an increasing amount of fury over many influencers and reality stars ‘bending rules’ to jet abroad, which has only been heightened after Boris Johnson announced the nation would enter a third lockdown. 

Under the latest national lockdown rules, which is now in effect, holidays are banned as international travel is only permitted for a strict number of reasons such as for work. 

Within the UK, domestic holidays are also banned as you must stay at home at all times except for a limited number of ‘reasonable excuses’ such as shopping for essentials or work.

The Government has said if you need to travel you should stay local – meaning avoiding travelling outside of your village, town or the part of a city where you live – and look to reduce the number of journeys you make overall. 

Hitting out: Their trips comes amid an increasing amount of fury over many influencers and reality stars ‘bending rules’ to jet abroad (Chloe Ferry pictured)

Meanwhile, Olivia Attwood, 29, took to her Instagram Stories from her Manchester home to criticise her co-stars for claiming they are working abroad. 

‘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,’ the tongue-in-cheek video began.

Later, the blonde elaborated, telling her followers: ‘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 there for work,’ the media personality pointed out. 

‘People are losing their families and you’re on the beach telling us we don’t know how hard it is’: Olivia Attwood recently hit out at influencers for claiming they are ‘working’ abroad

Olivia explained that she has never pretended a holiday with her footballer fiancé Bradley Dack, 27, is a work trip, saying: ‘Whenever I go on holiday I’ll post content which I can monetise. 

‘I’m still on holiday. I don’t go “Oh me and Brad have had the most amazing week in Portugal but don’t worry I was flat out working”. You just sound so stupid.’ 

Earlier this month, it was revealed that travellers returning to the UK from the UAE will have to quarantine following a 52 per cent surge in the number of COVID -19 cases there – an undoubted shock for the influencer-packed city. 

New rules require international travellers to come back negative after a PCR test before arriving in England. 

Sunnier climes: Olivia didn’t name any specific influencers but told her followers that ‘in the last 24 hours, people have legit been on their Stories going “you don’t know how hard it is to be an influencer”‘ (pictured Love Island star Amber Gill who is currently in Dubai)

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