Prince Harry’s former flame Chelsy Davy has been in Mauritius since the festive period.
The businesswoman and socialite, 35, told her Instagram followers that she was staying put on the island three-weeks ago by taking to her Instagram Story.
She posted a snap of a beautiful beach from a cabana and geotagged the location, she typed atop of the image: “stranded.”
It is thought that the Zimbabwean native – who dated Prince Harry for seven years between 2004 and 2011 – has decided to remain in paradise following Christmas due to travel restrictions being implemented amid the coronavirus pandemic.
And on Friday she gave her fans a glimpse into her time at the sun-soaked location by posting two videos to her Instagram grid.
In one the natural beauty could be seen standing on a board as she used a paddle to bob along the ocean and in the second offering, Chelsea filmed several dolphins swimming.
The blonde captioned the post with a dolphin emoji and tagged herself in at the East African location.
Chelsy previously uploaded a snap on New Year’s Eve in which she could be seen sunbathing on an inflatable lilo whilst clad in a bikini.
Appearing in a state of bliss as she covered her locks with a cap and shielded her eyes with sunglasses, she penned alongside the snap: “Waiting for 2020 to end.”
Aya brand owner Chelsy – who attended Prince Harry’s wedding to Meghan Markle in May 2018 – previously explained that she found the attention she received whilst dating the Duke of Sussex overwhelming.
She previously told The Times: “It was so full-on. Crazy and scary and uncomfortable.
“I found it very difficult when I was bad. I couldn’t cope. I was young, I was trying to be a normal kid and it was horrible.”
Chelsy, the daughter of a South African safari farmer, was born in Zimbabwe. Her mother is a former Coca-Cola model.
She attended Cheltenham College before moving to Stowe School in Buckinghamshire, where she met Harry.
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