LOVE Island stars are getting creative during the UK’s third lockdown as they turn their gardens into the ultimate dining experience with the help of glamorous igloos.
The cost of such a luxury experience isn’t cheap and will set the average punter back between £200 and £595 depending on what extras you desire.
Maura Higgins and Chris Taylor are the latest Love Island stars to hire a glam dining igloo[/caption]
But with our beloved pubs and restaurants closed for the foreseeable, it’s an extravagance celebs are willing to pay for as Covid-19 restrictions continue to keep us at home.
ITV2 favourites Maura Higgins and boyfriend Chris Taylor made sure that the lockdown wouldn’t dampen their Valentine’s Day as they showed off their dining igloo on Instagram on Sunday.
The pair enlisted the help of events company Every Last Detail to create a unique experience all from the comfort and safety of their own home.
The couple’s private pod was styled with red and pink-themed decor and was filled with heart chocolates, flowers and balloons for the ultimate date night.
Alex and Olivia Bowen recently hired a private cinema pod[/caption]
Their private bubble featured a projector screen, heater and candles[/caption]
Taking to Instagram at the time, the reality TV stars posed for several glam photos outside their cosy igloo before they also gave their followers a glimpse of the romantic details inside.
The couple, who married in 2018, gave fans a tour of the cosy pod, which featured a two-seater couch, blankets, snacks, champagne and a projector screen.
Maldon-based Essex Gala Events supplied and styled the igloo for the reality TV stars who chose their romantic movie package with snack supplied by Beaulieu Treats and Chelsea’s Buns.
Last month, Cara De La Hoyde revealed husband Nathan Massey surprised her with a cosy dome[/caption]
Denise Van Outen hired one for her birthday[/caption]
Alex and Olivia’s bespoke night to remember set them back a cool £350 after they added personalised snacks and heart-shaped balloons. However the company’s prices start a more modest £200.
At the time, Cara took to Instagram to pay tribute to her husband for organising the winter bubble, which is advertised on the company’s website for £360.
Heidi Range hired a dinign igloo for her husband’s birthday in December[/caption]
Andy Carroll and Billi Mucklow organised a cosy bubble for their son Wolfe’s third birthday[/caption]
Sheridan Smith enjoyed a fine dining experience in her private pod[/caption]
The igloo the pair enjoyed featured Parisian-inspired furnishings, a table for up to 6 people, lighting, heating and vintage gramophone-style bluetooth speakers.
Other stars trying out the new dining trend include Dancing On Ice’s Denise Van Outen, Sugababes singer Heidi Range and former Towie star Billi Mucklow.
The trio have all hired The Little Glamping Company in a bid to add a little sparkle to their Covid-friendly birthday celebrations in recent months.
Charlotte Crosby hired a dining igloo for Valentine’s Day too[/caption]
One of the igloos set up for an evening dinner[/caption]
Costing £450 for one night, the luxury igloos come draped in fairy lights with a dining table and chairs for up to 8 people.
The company states on their website that domes include “heating, lighting, tableware, table decorations and Marshall bluetooth speaker” as well as “seasonal decor”.
If celebs want to splash the cash even more they could keep the dining igloos for two nights at a cost of £700 – or they could try a glamping igloo, which includes bed, breakfast and dinner for £595.
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In Newcastle, Charlotte Crosby treated herself to a glamorous igloo to celebrate Valentine’s Day and branded the intimate experience as “incredible” on Instagram.
The former Geordie Shore star collaborated with The Little Events Company to create an one-off event from the confines of her back garden.
While the cost of the private pods may make some people’s eyes water, it is a nice way to mark a big occasion should you be celebrating something extra special with your bubble in lockdown.