The 21-year-old told OK! online that, ''Because Adam’s family’s in Newcastle and my family are in Essex, I said to him I’m not fussed about him being with me for Christmas.''
She continued, ''Because I’m with him all the other time of the year, I think it’s important to be with our families. So I said to him, ‘if you want to spend time with your family and I’ll be with mine then we’ll just see each other on Boxing Day.’''
She added, ''I’m not fussed about him being with me on Christmas Day, it doesn't bother me.''
She went on to say that her birthday is the week before and she was happy if she spent that day with her 23-year-old boyfriend.
Zara also spoke about the upcoming Love IslandChristmas reunion and how her friend Ellie Brown was feeling about coming face to face with her ex Charlie Brake.
Zara said, ''It will be the first time her and Charlie have spoken since they split. The thing with Ellie is she’s got absolutely nothing to be worried about, nothing to be concerned about.''
She continued, ''If he was to say anything to try and be nasty to her it would just completely backfire for him because everyone loves her, everyone knows she’s an amazing girl and knows that he’s just not a very nice person clearly. I think it’s gonna get a bit ugly if I’m honest.”
Angela took to Instagram to post a stunning image of her sitting somewhere on the Wild Atlantic Way, looking out at the sea.
She captioned it, ''We’re not quite there yet but that trip home for Christmas is one of my favourite of the year. Excess baggage, mammoth to-do lists, frantic meet-ups, lingering hugs (sounds creepy) and pints in Grogan’s.''
She continued, ''And then…QUIET. After a few days eating my weight stuffing and penny sweets I get cabin fever and need OUT! Cliff walks and forest rambles and 50 shades of green. I feel like an American tourist let loose.''
Her followers couldn't agree with her more and the comments section was buzzing with how great the Emerald Isle is at this time of the year.
It's a modern-day Christmas classic that everyone loves.
It's Richard Curtis being the most Richard Curtis he can be and it has a stellar cast that includes everyone from Emma Thompson to Mr Bean to Bill Nighy as an old rock star trying to cling onto his music career.
What more could you want in a festive flick?
However, there has been murmurings that there is a few questionable plot lines going on in Love Actually.
It’s that time of year where we all have to remember that LOVE ACTUALLY has THREE separate storylines about old men sleeping with women who work for them. #romancepic.twitter.com/iiYgSXIuF1
And now actor Gabriel Bisset-Smith has taken to social media to point one of them out.
He wrote, ''It’s that time of year where we all have to remember that Love Actually has THREE separate storylines about old men sleeping with women who work for them. #romance.''
The 2003 movie is made up of an ensemble cast and their intertwining stories in the lead up to Christmas.
Gabriel addresses three sub-plots in the movie that all are centred on older men having relationships with younger women that they work with – and all the men are their bosses.
There is Natalie (Martine McCutcheon), a secretary to the Prime Minster (Hugh Grant), Portuguese Aurelia, a housekeeper to heartbroken Jamie (Colin Firth) and Harry (Alan Rickman) who is having an emotional affair with his employee Mia (Heike Makatch).
Thank you. Exactly. There are LOADS of questionable things about this film. I love romantic films, my favourite genre, actually, but this isn’t romantic OR love. Actually.
Gabriel's post started a conversation about these sub-plots.
One wrote, ''I fail to see your point. A significant percentage of romantic relationships begin ‘in the workplace’, so this is merely an accurate representation' to which someone replied, ''It's the power imbalance that is the issue.''
While another commented, ''Unless we are saying that no two people who work together or have ever worked together can have a relationship under any circumstances.''
Hmmmm, we're not entirely convinced – what do you think?