- Preity Zinta was in Dubai for the ongoing IPL
- He recently flew home to Los Angeles.
- “Outside of the Bio Bubble team, in Love Bubble,” Preity wrote.
Actress Preity Zinta, who is a co-owner of the IPL Kings XI Punjab team, was in Dubai for the Indian Premier League, but appears to have flown home “for a short time.” The 45-year-old actress took to Instagram along with a selfie with her husband Gene Goodenough and wrote, “Outside of the Bio Bubble team, on Love Bubble. Happy to be back home even for a short time.” When in Dubai, Preity had to adhere to the rules of the Bio Bubble. The Bio Bubble, which is a safe environment, restricted to a certain parameter and isolated from the outside world, to ensure the safety of IPL players, staff, and crew members in the times of COVID-19.
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Preity Zinta traveled to Dubai earlier this month and was quarantined in a hotel for a week. During her quarantine period, she often posted about missing her husband and their pet dog. “I miss being outside and I miss my better half,” he wrote on his third day of quarantine. For his pet, he wrote: “Quarantine would have been a lot of fun with Bruno around.”
Preity Zinta also recently wrote about how the warm climate of Dubai is making your dream of a ski vacation. “This crazy heat is making me miss my ski trips. I can’t wait for winter,” he captioned one of his memories.
Preity Zinta’s IPL team, Kings XI Punjab, is scheduled to play a match against the Mumbai Indians on October 1. Kings XI Punjab have lost two of the three IPL matches played so far.