Tasha Ghouri heads off on SIXTH holiday this year as she goes on another break hours after arriving back in UK | The Sun

TASHA Ghouri has headed off on her sixth holiday of the year just hours after arriving back in the UK.

The jet-setting Love Island star, 23, got back from her Californian holiday yesterday.

But Tasha is already on the road again and told followers she's off to Cornwall for a weekend break.

She wrote on Instagram: "We've picked up our car for the weekend.

"Road trip to Cornwall pending!"

Tasha has already enjoyed several holidays with boyfriend Andrew Le Page this year.

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Andrew and Tasha most recently soaked up the sun in Mexico, where they showed off their £400 a night hotel room.

The Mexico jaunt came after they had a brief stay in Malaga, Spain, for their fourth holiday of the year.

The reality stars previously went to Australia and Paris, with Tasha making the most of her global modelling career.

Last week it was revealed influencer Tasha had been banned from TikTok for breaching advertising rules.

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In a video shared in November, she gave her fans an update on TikTok as she wrote: “pov you're doing what you're passionate about using my voice.”

The video revealed the Love Islander using her cochlear implant while talking about job opportunities.

But seeing as Tasha used the track Hold Me Closer Joel Corry Remix by Elton John & Britney Spears in the video, it was taken down.

It’s because the star was paid by EMI records to use the backing track, and despite writing “#TinyDancer #HoldMeCloser soundad,” the video was removed.

ASA believed the fact that the video was an advert hadn’t been promoted enough, despite EMI Records saying it was clearly marked.

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