Christine McGuinness is’stranded’ on vacation with her children due to UK air traffic problems.
The model, 35, took her children to the beach last week to enjoy the last days of summer before they return to school.
Christine, on the other hand, has claimed that they are now on vacation and have ‘no clue’ when they will be able to return home.
Many flights have been interrupted around the UK due to a major air traffic control breakdown, with celebrities such as Helen Flanagan among the thousands of individuals impacted.
Christine has now gone to Instagram, where she claims to be’stranded owing to network failures.’
‘No idea when we can get a flight home,’ she wrote.
Being stuck on holiday doesn’t sound like the worst thing in the world, and this is the view Christine’s taking too, as she added: ‘I feel very lucky, we gound a place to stay and I get extra time to make more memories with my babies.’
Despite the fact that she will miss out on job when she returns to the UK, Christine says she will ‘faith in the universe.’
‘I had jobs booked all week, a million thigs to do at home getting ready to prep for “back to school” but… we [were] meant to stay longer, we have more memories to make, time with my babies is priceless.’
She added: ‘I actually feel very grateful, we’re not home, but we have everything we need.’
Christine also released a video of herself looking peaceful and joyful at a flat with a beautiful sandy beach visible in the backdrop, along with the subtitles.
On Monday, over 10% of all flights departing and arriving at UK airports were delayed, and the disruption might last for days.
‘There are up to 200,000 people waking up this morning someplace they didn’t expect to be,’ said travel expert Simon Calder on BBC Breakfast on Tuesday.
‘For some of them, it’s not clear when they’re going to get back, and I’m afraid things are going to get worse before they get better.
National Air Traffic Services (Nats), the country’s major supplier of air traffic control, announced at 3:15 p.m. on Monday that it had ‘discovered and corrected’ the technical issue impacting its systems and that it was collaborating with airlines and airports to support affected flights.
Nats also apologised for the disruption to people’s travel arrangements.
Source My Celebrity Life.