A RYDE couple, stranded in Georgia after three return flights were cancelled because of coronavirus, have made it back to London.

Last night (Monday), Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab issued a stark warning to British people currently overseas.

He said: "My message to British people travelling abroad: As borders around the world close and international travel becomes more difficult, you are strongly advised to return to the UK now, where & while there are still commercial travel options available."

Isle of Wight County Press:  

Julie Binnington and Robin Frape left the Isle of Wight on March 12 and flew Wizzair, from Luton to Kutaisi, Georgia. They found themselves unable to return home after cancellations. They eventually travelled to Tbilisi, in an attempt to get a flight.

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On Monday, the couple managed to board a plane to Berlin, Germany and from there flew to Lisbon, Portugal, before finally arriving in Luton.

The pair are making their way through London, in their bid to return to the Island.

They say they will quarantine themselves for two weeks, when they make it back home.