Olivia Culpo, finally, is back home from vacation after spending her days in Greece and Italy.
And rather than kicking her feet up and relaxing from all that international travel, the former Miss Universe is posing again. She’s smiling and wearing a canary yellow dress. It’s the perfect color for California summer time.
Olivia Culpo posted:
“Happy to be back in LA for a minute. (Sorry for the spam I couldn’t decide ) dress is Christopher Esber.” (He’s a designer from Australia).
Olivia Culpo May Look Happy, but She’s Irritated with an Airline
On Friday, Olivia Culpo had to cancel a trip. And she wasn’t very happy about it, as she updated her nearly 5 million followers on her family issues. She was trying to get home to see her parents, who she said were sick with Covid-19. She was at the airport but said her dog, Oliver, wasn’t allowed on the plane.
“When both your parents have COVID and you’re trying to get home to help them,” Olivia Culpo wrote. “But suddenly your dog who was already pre approved is not allowed to fly with you. I have never wanted to be this person and I have always been the hugest Jet Blue fan. But I am just soooo so so upset right now. He has flown on this airline so many times and it’s never been an issue.”
Culpo showed some photos of when Oliver, who is a golden doodle, flew on the airline. He usually comes with her on her many trips.
“I’m feeling a little bit more calm,” Olivia Culpo said. “I’m sure I’m not the only one who has had a crying escapade at the airport but it’s just the worst experience ever. And I just want to be able to go home. I used to be such a big Jet Blue fan. So was Oliver. He’s flown so many times on that airline.”
Airline Said Its Committed to Following Rules on ‘Service Animals’
Fox Business contacted Jet Blue to find out what happened. The airline issued a statement:
“JetBlue is committed to assisting customers who have a need to use trained service animals while traveling. At the same time, we are committed to following updated federal regulations prohibiting customers from bringing untrained or unqualified animals on board, including attempts to claim a pet is a trained service animal.
“At any time while traveling, our crewmembers may ask legally allowed questions and confirm the qualifications of a trained service animal. We work to consistently enforce these policies, however, a customer may be stopped from proceeding with travel at any point if it is determined an animal does not meet the required qualifications.”
Culpo Relaxed by Playing Cello
Olivia Culpo updated her Instagram Story Saturday with photos of her playing the cello at her home in LA.
“Only good news today was I got a cello stool,” she wrote.
Did you know that besides being a beauty queen, model and fashion designer, Olivia Culpo also is a talented cello player? The 29-year-old has played the instrument since the second grade.