Faryal Makhdoom used social media to reveal that she had lost her sense of taste – one of the main symptoms of Covid-19 – before flying to Dubai.
Boxer Amir Khan's wife bragged about losing 2.7kg during a question-and-answer session with fans – she didn't say how long it was or if she was tested for coronavirus.
But she then admitted that she lost the weight because she couldn't taste her food. Most coronavirus patients lose their sense of taste and smell.
"I've lost six pounds": Amir Khan's wife, Faryal Makhdoom, revealed that she had "lost her sense of taste" but flew to Dubai despite being a major symptom of Covid
Disregard: This comes days after Amir was accused of apparently violating coronavirus rules after holding a birthday party of at least 18 people in a luxury mansion
Mother of three, Faryal, 29, told her 900,000 Instagram followers, "I've lost about six pounds, that drives me crazy."
Then on a Snapchat post, she said, "I lost about six pounds because I didn't eat right and it makes me so sad."
But on the online Q&A video, a fan asked, "How did you lose six pounds?"
Not Happy: Faryal has mentioned her weight loss on social media a few times
Faryal said on Instagram: "Because I didn't eat right. Because I couldn't taste anything for about two and a half weeks."
The video was also posted on her Snapchat, but was cut out with a note of her loss of taste.
In the clip she can be seen in bed yesterday evening / on Sunday answering the questions with the former WBA and IBF welterweight champion, ring king Amir, 34.
The couple are currently on vacation in Dubai despite revealing that they had one of the main symptoms of Covid-19. Anyone who shows symptoms should not be able to fly.
When asked why she lost weight, she said, "Because I didn't eat properly. Because I couldn't taste anything for about two and a half weeks."
Amir posted on his Snapchat yesterday / Sunday: & # 39; Nice day in Dubai & # 39; with a video as they enjoyed a meal.
Faryal also shared Snapchat videos of her hotel pool near the five-star Burj Al Arab hotel. She said, "This resort is just …" and sticking out an emoji tongue.
MailOnline has requested a comment from a Faryal spokesperson.
This comes five days after Amir was accused of apparently breaking coronavirus rules after holding a birthday party of at least 18 people in a luxury mansion.
The former world champion from Bolton, Greater Manchester, posted a video of the big gathering on his social media and told the camera, "All the boys are here."
Inside: Faryal also shared Snapchat videos of her hotel pool near the five-star Burj Al Arab hotel. She said, "This resort is just …" and sticking out an emoji tongue
Khan said the party came as a "surprise" as his family and friends apparently also hired a private chef and posted a giant sign in lights nicknamed "King".
He lives with his wife, Faryal, and their three children, Muhammad, Lamaisah, and Alayna, in a £ 1.5 million six-bedroom home in Bolton – a third tier area.
The staff at Zara Cakes Manchester in Prestwich made a giant boxing cake that MailOnline confirmed was a delivery to a Manchester address.
However, it is not known where the party took place last night other than property that is believed to have been rented. Steak, chicken, and sea bass were on the menu.
The chef is believed to be Alex Beard, a three Michelin starred chef from the Lake District who charges for bookings up to £ 160 per person.
In the video that went online last night, Khan tells the camera, "All the boys are here … Basically, it was a surprise for me – and they did that for me too," King ".
“So it was a birthday surprise in the house where I had dinner with everyone, my close friends. And we brought Lamaisah with us too – Lamaisah! & # 39;
Neither the police nor Khan's representatives have commented on the party, which will take place ahead of the couple's new BBC reality show Meet The Khans in March 2021.
Bragging rights: Former world champion boxer Amir from Bolton, Greater Manchester recently posted a video of the big gathering and told the camera, "All the boys are here."
It is the fourth time during the coronavirus pandemic that Khan has been accused of violating Covid-19 rules.
A source close to Khan confirmed to MailOnline at the time that the party was away from the boxer's home and was organized by his wife and oldest child.
The other two children are with his mother-in-law in New York – and Khan's parents, siblings and other members of his family were not invited. Khan later removed the videos showing the food from his Instagram, but they were still on his Snapchat.
Khan, who has not fought since July 2019 when he defeated Billy Dib in Saudi Arabia, has insisted that he is unwilling to retire in hopes of facing rival Kell Brook soon.
Gatherings of people from several households indoors are prohibited in all areas of the second and third level, while people of the third level are only allowed to gather in public open spaces.
Chef who has cooked for kings and worked with the Roux family
Private chef Alex Beard cooked for kings and the heads of state are said to have been hired by Amir Khan's friends and family for last night's birthday party.
He worked for five years as the Senior Sous Chef at the Waterside Inn in Bray, a flagship three-Michelin-star restaurant founded by the Roux family.
35-year-old Beard was trained in French cuisine under the tutelage of Michel and Alain Roux, and last November took over The Punch Bowl in Crosthwaite, Cumbria, a restaurant with two AA rosettes.
He studied at Lancaster University but decided to move to the Lake District with his wife Helen after traveling the world and cooking in Italy and India.
It comes six weeks after Khan was accused of violating two-week quarantine rules after traveling to the UK from New York and failing to self-isolate.
The boxer posted pictures from a trip to the US, including a picture with his daughter Alayna, two, in the Staten Island Mall – before uploading another picture of him in London, which was taken nine days later.
Khan also visited ex-diplomat of Pakistan, Mansoor Raja, at his London residence during the two-week period, which could have put him at risk as well.
In another Instagram story, he posed with his arms around a group of four friends in what appeared to be another breach of social distancing rules.
It is unknown if Khan is exempt from the current rules due to his status as a professional sportsman. If not, the overseas trip documented on his Instagram profile suggests he is breaking the rules.
He was also previously accused of breaking lockdown restrictions when he was taking oath with friends and family in Bolton in August.
And in May, he is also said to have broken the rules after meeting with his parents after a three-year feud so they could meet his son Muhammad Zaviyar for the first time since he was born.
Khan, who was still out and about during the pandemic, vacationed with his wife Faryal in Dubai in September, where the two shared photos of the luxury destination.
Khan isn't the only celebrity accused in the past few weeks of breaking coronavirus rules.
Kay Burley and a number of Sky News employees were taken off the air after the broadcaster launched an investigation into claims they broke the virus rules on the occasion of their 60th birthday.
The veteran journalist was absent yesterday after apologizing for "accidentally" breaching Tier 2 restrictions during Saturday's event in London.
She and her close friend, Sky Political Editor Beth Rigby, attended a birthday dinner at Soho's Century Club restaurant with eight other friends and colleagues.
Celebrating: Boxer Amir poses with his birthday cake at his party that took place in a rental property
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