The Bachelor star Monique Morley reveals every Instagram model’s worst nightmare amid the coronavirus travel lockdown – as she begins 14 days of self-isolation after flying in from LAX

The Bachelor‘s Monique Morley flew into Sydney Airport from Los Angeles on Monday morning before racing home to begin her 14 days of self-isolation.

The 26-year-old Instagram model will spend the next two weeks in lockdown inside her Bondi apartment in accordance with the government’s strict new rules to stop the spread of coronavirus.

She said the worst thing about self-quarantine was being unable to collect freebies from the post office – a predicament many influencers will empathise with. 

Back to reality: The Bachelor's Monique Morley flew into Sydney Airport from Los Angeles on Monday morning before racing home to begin her 14 days of self-isolation

Back to reality: The Bachelor’s Monique Morley flew into Sydney Airport from Los Angeles on Monday morning before racing home to begin her 14 days of self-isolation

‘I can’t even collect my Instagram products from the post office!’ Monique told Daily Mail Australia on Monday.

Influencers like Monique are sent free fashion and beauty products from brands so they can review them on social media.

‘I’m going to mix vitamin C with tequila and make myself a “quarantini” cocktail and just continue my holiday in my beach apartment,’ she added.

Rules: The model, 26, will spend the next two weeks in lockdown inside her Bondi apartment in accordance with the government's strict new rules to stop the spread of COVID-19

Rules: The model, 26, will spend the next two weeks in lockdown inside her Bondi apartment in accordance with the government’s strict new rules to stop the spread of COVID-19

She also joked about going on an ‘Uber Eats bender’ because she didn’t stock up on enough food before travelling overseas.

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On a serious note, when asked what she thought of the new self-isolation rules, Monique said she was happy to comply with them despite the inconvenience.

She added that international travellers who break quarantine are ‘dog c**ts’. 

First world problems: Monique said the worst thing about self-quarantine was being unable to collect freebies from the post office - a predicament many influencers will empathise with

First world problems: Monique said the worst thing about self-quarantine was being unable to collect freebies from the post office – a predicament many influencers will empathise with 

Monique rose to fame on Matt Agnew’s season of The Bachelor last year, but was kicked out of the mansion after calling him a ‘dog c**t’ behind his back. 

She returned to Sydney on Monday after spending several weeks holidaying with a friend in Beverley Hills, California, and Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.

She has no symptoms of coronavirus and does not believe she has it. 

Holiday from hell: Monique returned to Sydney on Monday after spending several weeks on vacation holidaying with a friend in Beverley Hills, California, and Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

Vacation: Monique returned to Sydney on Monday after spending several weeks holidaying with a friend in Beverley Hills, California, and Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

On a serious note: When asked what she thought of the new self-isolation rules, Monique said she was happy to comply with them despite the inconvenience. She added that international travellers who break quarantine are 'dog c**ts'

On a serious note: When asked what she thought of the new self-isolation rules, Monique said she was happy to comply with them despite the inconvenience. She added that international travellers who break quarantine are ‘dog c**ts’

As of Monday, all international arrivals into Australia are being forced to self-isolate for 14 days in an effort to stop the spread of coronavirus. 

Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced the new rules on Sunday and they came into force at midnight.

Those refusing to comply with these health orders could face fines and jail time.

In Australia, there are more than 300 confirmed cases of coronavirus as of Monday. 



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