Princess Beatrice heartbreak: Bea confined to new home with Edo after honeymoon disaster | Royal | News (Reports)


Bookings to cross The Channel before the deadline surged, with Britons desperate to return home without having to quarantine.

The change in travel advice came after a surge in cases in France, with Prime Minister Boris Johnson making it clear he would not hesitate to close travel corridors to prevent a second wave of coronavirus.

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While Bea and Edo’s exact timeline in France is unknown, if they did not return home before 4am on Saturday, August 15, they would have to quarantine on arrival back to the UK.

This would mean being unable to leave home for any reason, as well as not being allowed to see friends and family until the two weeks are up.

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