What, no First Class, Imogen Miss Thomas tweets from her economy seat as she jets off to Thailand
She's a glamour model who was dated some famous faces and is spotted at all the red carpet events and star-studded bashes.
But Imogen Thomas, as well known as she might be, has to travel at the back like the rest of us, even on a long haul flight.
And while most celebrities Tweet a picture of themselves sipping from a glass of complimentary champagne, Imogen had to make do with a tub of ice cream.
Thailand bound: Imogen Thomas posted a photo of herself eating ice cream as she sat in her premium economy seat
The Welsh model took to her Twitter page to post a photo of herself in her premium economy seat as she got ready for take off.
She beamed at the camera as she tucked into her Ben and Jerry's dessert and settled back for the flight to Thailand.
And as she posted the snap on her page, she wrote: '/03/07/article-2111575-120FD16B000005DC-337_468x492.jpg” width=”468″ height=”492″ alt=”Where's our gate Imogen arrived at the airport with her boyfriend Adam Horsley by her side” class=”blkBorder” />
Where's our gate Imogen arrived at the airport with her boyfriend Adam Horsley by her side
You've got everything, Imogen The model slapped her hand to her head as she headed to check-in – let's hope she didn't forget anything!
She was joined by her boyfriend of five months Adam Horsley as they arrived at the airport and headed for the check in.
And after their 11-hour flight to the Far East, Imogen couldn't resist getting on Twitter again and said: 'Staying in an amazing hotel in bangkok. Beautiful on the river xxXxx'
This holiday is probably just what Imogen needs and no duobt she will be celebrating after a High Court judge threw out a privacy case brought by footballer
Ryan Giggs against The Sun newspaper leaving him with a 500,000 bill.
Excited much Imogen couldn't stop smiling as she in Adam checked in
Manchester United player claimed the newspaper 'misused' private
information and said he was entitled to claim damages for distress and
breach of a right to privacy enshrined in human rights legislation.
Mr Justice Tugendhat said his claim for damages was unlikely to result
in any 'significant award' and concluded there was 'no purpose' in
allowing the litigation to continue.
Pretty in pink: Imogen will no doubt be raising a celebratory glass of champagne in Thailand after High Court judge threw out a privacy case brought by footballer Ryan Giggs against The Sun