Holly Hagan ‘is devastated after being forced to postpone her wedding in Ibiza

Holly Hagan has reportedly been left devastated after being forced to postpone her wedding to fiancé Jacob Blyth in Ibiza.

Sources said the Geordie Shore star, 28, decided to put her wedding plans on hold due to travel restrictions introduced during the Covid pandemic which meant guests would have to complete a ten day quarantine upon returning to the UK.

It comes after Holly was branded ‘rude’ by her fans after she demanded they stop asking whether her wedding will be able to go ahead admitting she’d found it ‘impossible and draining’ responding to her followers’ questions.

On ice: Holly Hagan, 28, has reportedly been left devastated after being forced to postpone her wedding to fiancé Jacob Blyth in Ibiza

A source told The Sun: ‘Like so many other brides Holly has been really put through the ringer with her wedding and she is hugely upset. 

‘Holly has started telling people about the cancellation now. So much goes into planning a wedding and obviously Holly is just desperate to marry Jacob. She just wants to be his wife but also wants the wedding she has dreamt of for years.

‘They are hopeful it won’t be too long until they can say ‘I will’ but for now all plans are on ice.’

MailOnline has contacted representatives for Holly Hagan for comment.

Delayed: Sources said the Geordie Shore star has decided to put her wedding plans on hold due to travel restrictions introduced during the Covid pandemic

Delayed: Sources said the Geordie Shore star has decided to put her wedding plans on hold due to travel restrictions introduced during the Covid pandemic

The government unveiled its traffic light system on Monday ahead of lifting the ban on international travel next week.

Anyone visiting a country on the Amber List must isolate for 10 days upon returning to the UK, provide proof of a negative test before flying home, and complete two PCR tests on days two and eight of their island.

Last week Holly was branded ‘rude’ by fans as she asked them not to send their questins about if her upcoming Ibiza wedding can still go ahead.

She took to her Instagram Stories on Friday to share a slide of details surrounding her upcoming nuptials with Jacob Blyth.

As news of the ‘Green List’ of places for British people to travel to was revealed, she shared that the Balearics, where her Ibiza wedding was due to take place, still remained on ‘amber’.

Can I go on holiday from May 17? 

The Government has announced the green, amber and red lists for international travel. 

-Who is on the green list?

It consists of Portugal, Gibraltar, Israel, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Brunei, Iceland and the Faroe Islands, plus several small remote islands which are British Overseas Territories.

– So I can go on holiday to anywhere on that list?

Not quite. Entry to Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Brunei and the Faroe Islands is severely restricted.

– Where can I go?

Portugal plans to welcome UK tourists who have had a recent negative test, have recovered from the virus and therefore have antibodies, or had both doses of a vaccine.

Gibraltar will not require UK visitors to be tested or vaccinated, whereas Israel will initially reopen its border on May 23 only to groups of foreign tourists who have had both jabs.

None of these destinations will require arrivals to quarantine.

– What about the amber list?

That covers the most popular holiday destinations such as Spain, France, Italy and Greece.

Transport Secretary Grant Shapps said ‘you should not be travelling to these places right now’

– What if I go against that guidance?

People returning from amber countries must take two post-arrival tests.

They are also required to self-isolate at home for 10 days, although they can reduce that time if they take an additional negative test on day-five.

– How about the red list?

Those returning from a red list country must stay in a quarantine hotel for 11 nights at a cost of £1,750.

– Will the lists change?

The lists can be amended at any time, but wholesale changes are not expected to occur until the situation is reviewed at a ‘checkpoint’ on June 28.

– What about vaccine passports?

Grant Shapps confirmed that people in England will be able to demonstrate they have had both doses of a vaccine through the NHS app. 

Bride to be: Last week Holly was branded 'rude' by fans as she asked them not to send their questins about if her upcoming Ibiza wedding can still go ahead

Bride to be: Last week Holly was branded ‘rude’ by fans as she asked them not to send their questins about if her upcoming Ibiza wedding can still go ahead

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