Married At First Sight’s Tamara Joy sizzles by the pool in London

Married At First Sight’s Tamara Joy is settling into her new life in London.

On Thursday, the brunette beauty, who moved from Queensland to the UK, enjoyed some time by the pool.

Taking to her Instagram Stories, the 32-year-old first shared a picture of her trim pins poolside, then a selfie in a white bikini and pink bottoms.  

Bikini babe: Married At First Sight’s Tamara Joy is settling into her new life in London. On Thursday, the brunette beauty shared photos as she enjoyed some time by the pool

In the raunchy image, her itsy-bitsy bikini just about covered her nipples. 

Tamara, who starred in season six of the social experiment, revealed to Daily Mail Australia last month that she was granted permission to travel overseas because of a work permit. 

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‘I applied for an exemption as you can’t get past the Australian borders without an exemption to leave, and it was granted quite quickly,’ she said at the time. 

‘I was approved for an existing working contract and left five weeks ago. What also helped was the fact I have no intention to return to Australia anytime soon and it’s at my own risk.’

Tamara continued: ‘I had to provide all correct documentation to support this and prove I could support myself being away from Australia for a certain period of time.’

Nice pins! Taking to her Instagram Stories, the 32-year-old first shared a picture of her trim pins poolside

‘I have gone through the correct channels and did a lot of research to find out how to make my situation work,’ she concluded. 

People can travel to and from other countries that are now low-risk if they receive exemptions.

These are not automatic exemptions; they have to be granted by the Commissioner of the Australian Border Force.

Travelling abroad: ‘I was approved for an existing working contract and left five weeks ago. What also helped was the fact I have no intention to return to Australia anytime soon and it’s at my own risk,’ she said 

Exemptions are granted if travel is part of the response to the Covid-19 outbreak, if travel is for your business or employer, to receive urgent medical treatment, if you’re travelling on compassionate or compelling grounds, for urgent or unavoidable personal business or if travel is in the national interest.

If you want to leave Australia to travel on a return ticket, you may be able to go if your travel is for more than three months – if you have a ‘compelling reason’.

Studying overseas is noted as acceptable evidence, as is travelling to provide care for a sick family member.

Permission: Exemptions are granted for six reasons including if travel is part of the response to the Covid-19 outbreak or if travel is for your business or employer

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