Caroline Flack’s dog staying at ‘£80 per night’ hotel as she jets to LA after arrest
Caroline Flack, 40, is claimed to have spared no expense for her pet pooch who has taken up residence at the Country Dog Hotel in Somerset. It comes after the former Love Island star took some time away from the UK after an alleged incident with her boyfriend Lewis Burton, 27.
The dog hotel shared a snap of Ruby warming herself by the fire on New Year’s Day.
She was pictured wearing a pink bobble Christmas jumper with a penguin emblazoned on the knitter.
The dog hotel wrote in the caption: “Life can’t always be perfect and filled with happiness. It comes with its ups and downs and we all have them but we can all hope that moving forward everyone can be kind.
“Here’s Ruby sending some New Year’s Day love to you all today.”
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We wanted to take a minute to wish everyone a Happy New Year. Life can’t always be perfect and filled with happiness. It comes with its ups and downs and we all have them but we can all hope that everyone can be kind ������ Here’s Ruby sending some New Year’s Day love to you all today ������ . . . #newyear #newyearsday #newyears2019 #bekind #bekindalways #bekindtooneanother #ruby #newyearsdogsofinstagram #frenchbulldog #frenchbulldogs #frenchbulldoglife #frenchies #frenchiesofinstagram #dogsoflondon #londondogs #vipguest #vipdog #love #happynewyear #happynewyear2020 #carolineflack #doghotel #hotelfordogs #upsanddowns #frenchiesofig #frenchies1 #dogcuddles #findinghappiness #kindnessmatters #newyearslove
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Caroline’s dog has brought in the New Year enjoying country walks, homemade biscuits and evenings by a roaring log fire.
Services at the dog hotel and spa include training, adventure days, pampering treatments and daily updates to the pet owners.
The resort has gained a wide celebrity clientele including Love Island favourites Laura Anderson, Olivia Buckland and Alex Bowen.
This is not the first time the former Love Island presenter has used a dog hotel to take care of her pooch.
Caroline reportedly splashed out more than £1,000 on a dog hotel stay for Ruby in May last year, according to MailOnline.
A source told the publication: “Caroline uses Lord Barkley’s so Ruby has familiarity if she ever needs to go away for work.”
The luxury dog retreat is reportedly the only cage-free dog hotel in the country as the pets are able to get some rest whenever they choose to.
She had previously left Ruby at the dog hotel while she presented Love Island overseas in Mallorca.
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A source told the Sun at the time: “Ruby loves it there and Caroline is reassured with regular videos and updates.
“It will cost a lot to keep Ruby there during her Love Island stint so she hopes she can share responsibility with family. Plus she’ll be nipping back every week.”
Caroline has previously posted pictures to her Instagram page from a trip to the hotel, where she relaxed outside on a bench surrounded by adorable pups.
Meanwhile, the former Love Island host has fled to LA after she was charged with assaulting her boyfriend Lewis Burton.
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Ahead of her court hearing on the 23 December, she stepped down as the host of Love Island, with ITV announcing Laura Whitmore as her replacement.
Caroline, who “feels trapped in the UK”, will take time for herself and go on long hikes while she is away from her home in London, reports the Sun.
A source told the publication: “Caroline feels trapped in the UK. She can’t see or communicate with Lewis but she also doesn’t want to return to her flat because her every move is documented by photographers. She’s driving herself mad, as she likes to be busy… she’s jetted to LA.
“Whenever she’s hit hard times, she’s always “found herself” again in the mountains, away from the limelight. She wants to feel the sunshine on her skin, do long hikes and clear her head.”
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