Geordie Shore’s Chloe Ferry jetting off to Magaluf with mum Liz as 60th Birthday celebrations continue

Chloe and her mum Liz. (Picture: Instagram/@chloegshore1)Chloe and her mum Liz. (Picture: Instagram/@chloegshore1)
Chloe and her mum Liz. (Picture: Instagram/@chloegshore1) | Instagram/@chloegshore1
The 27-year-old recently enjoyed a girl’s holiday in Marbella with Geordie Shore stars.

Chloe Ferry is set to jet off on another holiday after revealing she is treating her mum to a getaway for her birthday. The Geordie Shore star’s mum, Liz, celebrated her 60th this week, and the whole family enjoyed a meal at Sambuca on the Quayside in Newcastle.

Chloe posed with family members and took snaps of the venue as her mum’s birthday celebrations got underway. Chloe took to Instagram to share pictures from the evening with her 3.8m followers. She wrote: “Mam’s Birthday meal”.

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Now, the mother and daughter duo are heading abroad to Magaluf on the Spanish Island of Majorca as celebrations continue. The popular resort is renowned for its lively nightlife scene and attracts thousands of party-goers every year. Chloe took her Instagram story to share the news, writing: “Can’t believe I’m taking me mam to Maga for her 60th.”

The 27-year-old reality star recently landed back in the UK following a girl’s holiday in Marbella. She jetted off to the Spanish city in Costa del Sol with pals, including co-stars Sophie Kasaei and Abbie Holborn. Chloe has been enjoying some downtime to relax after filming for the latest series of Geordie Shore.

MTV is currently filming a brand new Geordie Shore: The Reunion Series, following the success of the first, which saw cast members from across all previous 22 series take part. The latest series was being filmed in Cyprus, but production was later cancelled after illness swept through the cast, meaning many were too unwell to shoot.

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