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Kristin Cavallari Set To Head Home From Controversial Bahamas Trip

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By Allie Elaine

Kristin Cavallari is reportedly preparing to return home after getting stuck in the Bahamas while on vacation due to the coronavirus pandemic. Her best friend and vacation buddy, Justin Anderson, has been taking to Instagram to clear up some of the confusion as fans have been berating Cavallari for choosing to continue on with her vacation despite concerns over the virus. He clarified that despite judgments, the group has in fact been self-isolating while on the beautiful and relaxing island.

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Anderson wrote, "being stuck on an empty island and forced to quarantine could be worse. thankful for my wolf pack during these scary times. this is where we are, this is us staying positive. we couldn’t be social here if we tried ✌🏼 i am afraid of what we will go home to when they let us back into the states 😢 hope you’re all staying safe where ever you happen to be ♥️"

An insider at HollywoodLife provided some information on the unfortunate situation.

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"Kristin doesn’t care what anyone is saying about her being in The Bahamas,” the source stated. “She’s returning to the states early next week with her friends and family. She got stuck down there and at the time, felt it was safer and better to quarantine where they were then to leave." The source also explained that Cavallari's main concern at the moment is the safety and wellbeing of her husband, Jay Cutler, and their three children, Camden, Jaxon, and Saylor.

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"She didn’t plan this and as things started unfolding so quickly they didn’t know what was best so they stayed. She was there for work. She’s taking this very seriously," the insider continued. "They’re enjoying their time as best as possible and staying as safe as possible. They’re all doing really well enjoying fresh air and practicing social distancing with walks on the beach and swims, and just doing as best as they can." Despite the anxiety around the situation, Cavallari has been keeping up with fans via social media.

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