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Danielle Lloyd has set herself up as a travel agent, as travel restrictions remain in place across the world as a result of the coronavirus.
The model has launched a new Instagram page, Jetsetwithdaniellelloyd, and encouraged others to embark on the same career path, saying the time is now to get involved in the "travel boom".
Danielle, 37, announced her news on Instagram, alongside a champagne flute next to an aeroplane window, saying: "Who’s ready to start earning while travelling…
"Travel restrictions are set to lift in the next couple of months. Get ready to start earning as soon as they do. DM me for more info."
The star also shared an exotic ocean picture on her Instagram Story and wrote: "With travel restrictions set to lift and another travel boom set to explode…
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"Now is the time to get ready to start earning 8/16% commission on every booking you make. Book everything from car hire, to spa, breaks, weekend in the cities, weeks in the Bahamas, cruises… and anything else you can think of."
She also wrote in a separate post: "Do not leave it too late to learn what you need to do & how you can succeed in this industry…
"My only regret is I didn't get involved sooner. The time is now. DM me for info."
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She also shared a screenshot which stated travel agents had been paid $87,375,331 commission through her company.
The former WAG wrote: "Statistics released this Saturday from our company,' the mother-of-four wrote. '$87 million in commissions paid to date & on target to hit $1 billion in travel sales in 2021.
"Travel is trillion million dollar industry… travel is never going to stop.
"If you're dreaming of a holiday after this… what do you think everyone else is dreaming of doing?"
Current Government guidance asks UK residents to avoid unnecessary travel to prevent a rise in coronavirus cases.
New rules introduced last week require all international travellers to have a negative coronavirus test before arriving in England.
Those flaunting the rules face a minimum £500 fine, and the operator who authorised their journey will also be slapped with a penalty.
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