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Cressida Bonas won't leave home with new husband Harry Wentworth-Stanley

Cressida may be confined to her house

Bridie Wilkins

Cressida Bonas is currently on honeymoon after marrying her long-term boyfriend Harry Wentworth-Stanley in a secret ceremony in July. Though it has not been confirmed, a photo shared by Cressida has sparked suspicion that the couple are in France, and thus will be required to quarantine once they return from the country.

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The image was shared on 14 August 2020, a day before quarantine restrictions were imposed, meaning that all UK holidaymakers would be required to isolate themselves at home for 14 days. It is unlikely that Cressida and Harry would have been able to return to England in time, before the rules were put in place, nor that they would have been willing to do so since their holiday had only just begun.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

A post shared by Cressida Bonas (@cressida_bonas_) on

As a result, they will be forbidden from leaving their home for 14 days once they arrive home.

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Granted, it is not known whether Cressida and Harry are in France, but it would certainly make sense. The country was one of the only spots in Europe included on the 'travel corridor', and didn't seem to be showing any signs of an increase in coronavirus cases before Cressida and Harry set off. The destination also promised good weather for the couple, while the building in the background of Cressida's photo could easily pass for a French farmhouse.

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Cressida and Harry Wentworth-Stanley got engaged in August 2019

If not, the couple may have opted for Italy. As it stands, this isn't part of the quarantine list, although reports are showing a spike in COVID-19 cases, and so Cressida and Harry may be at risk once again.

No doubt, the newlyweds will have had plans for a more lavish honeymoon had UK travel guidelines permitted and they will surely hope to make them a reality once they are able to do so.

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They were also forced to cancel their original wedding plans amid the pandemic, and ended up exchanging vows in front of only a handful of guests.  

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