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Jamie Laing has been accused of flouting Tier 4 rules by spending Christmas in the Cotswolds, days after saying he would be stuck in London.
The Strictly Come Dancing star previously said he was spending the festive season at his Chelsea home.
It came after strict new rules banned those in the capital from travelling after 20 December – five days before Christmas.
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The demands stopped households mixing and people travelling outside of the area where they live.
However, it was noticed that images posted to social media by both Made In Chelsea's Jamie and his sister on Christmas day appeared to show the same backdrop.
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They seemed to both be at his mother's Cotswold farm.
His sister posted a picture of herself looking over the farm with the beams and lights clear in the snap – with the Mail Online reporting that they are a match.
Fans also did some investigating and noted the decor in the images matched a 2019 photo of Jamie and his mother Penny at her Cirencester farm.
OK! has contacted both Jamie and his reps for comment.
Jamie said in an interview on 22 December what his exactly plans were.
Speaking on BBC Breakfast, he said: "I'm stuck like everyone else.
"I was planning on going to my mum's and I was gonna spend Christmas with the family, but I don't think that's going to happen now, unfortunately.
"But it's happening for a lot of people. It's just one of those years.
"We've been topped off with this Tier 4 situation and we have to just kind of go with it, I suppose.
"It's really upsetting. Everyone wans to see their families.
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"It's Christmas time. It's a time to be together.
"I'm here in the flat in London and that's what it looks like it's going to be like at the moment."
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