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A pair of travel bloggers aren’t letting the coronavirus pandemic get in the way of their luxury lifestyles.
Jack Morris, from Manchester, is self-isolating with his girlfriend in a three-storey mansion in Bali.
The 29-year-old has been watching TV and playing video-games with his Australian partner Lauren Bullen, 26.
And wanting to stay connected with his 2.7 million followers, he’s also been sharing snaps from his luxury pad.
While these enviable pictures have been raved about by some fans, others don’t appreciate seeing them on their feed.
A number of commenters have accused the pair of “bragging” about their lavish set-up.
Jack posted a picture from his house in Canggu, Bali.
In the image shows him chilling out on a huge sofa with his dog and girlfriend.
The post was captioned: "What our self isolation looks like here in Bali.
“Netflix and Mario Kart is pretty much my life right now!
"What are you guys doing to keep entertained at home? Got any series / movie recommendations?
“Hope everyone is staying safe.”
The post racked up more than 146,000 likes – and many gushed over the couple’s home isolation set-up.
One responder gushed: “Such a beautiful home! Goals.”
Another said: “I love your house. I want to live there.”
And a third added: “What an amazing house guys!
“We would have forever in quarantine if our living room was like this.”
While some fans left their comments of support, others thought the post was a little tone deaf.
The couple was accused of “bragging” about their luxury lifestyle.
One commenter remarked: “Sick brag.”
A second wrote: “Meanwhile, I spent my self isolation scrolling through Instagram liking this post in my 15 square metre room in a small flat.
“I share with four people with barely any furniture.”
And another added: “Wow. There are different levels of quarantine in the world.”
This isn't the only self-isolation snap to spark debate in recent weeks.
Previously, an Instagram star was criticised for making a bikini out of medical masks.
And another social media user angered fans by posing on empty supermarket shelves.
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