Chloe Ferry appears to break lockdown rules at packed London house party11/02/2020
Geordie Shore star Chloe Ferry appeared to flout lockdown rules over the weekend.
The Government slapped Tier 2 lockdown rules on London in late October meaning people can't visit other households indoors at home unless they are part of a support bubble.
Chloe was seen outside a house party in Knightsbridge with her friend and co-star Bethan Kershaw, wearing a Halloween costume made up of a thong and PVC leotard with fishnet tights.
The two of them were seen chatting to three men outside the London home, in pictures obtained by The Sun.
Hours before they were seen with Ex on the Beach star Jemma Lucy and Love Island's Josh Denzel at Proud Embankment in London for a busy Halloween acrobatic cabaret show.
The reality TV stars documented the evening on their Instagram Stories.
During the evening they were also seen catching up with friends outside their bubble with minimal social distancing.
In Tier 2 restaurants, pubs, cafés and other hospitality venues remain open but must close by 10pm, as well as provide table service.
People can only go out to these places with people from their household or support bubble, unless they are seated outside.
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They are also permitted to go if they are outside and in a group of no more than 6 people.
Daily Star Online has contacted Chloe's and Bethan's representatives for comment.
Chloe's night out comes after Boris Johnson announced on Sunday that England will enter a national lockdown from Thursday.
He confirmed the national lockdown will last a month, ending on December 2.
It will see pubs, bars and restaurants closing and takeaway service permitted only.
Under the new rules, educational establishments will remain open, including schools, universities and nurseries.
Scientists claim the peak of the second wave could hit around the festive season, with professor Calum Semple warning that coronavirus is "running riot".
Speaking in a personal capacity, he told BBC Radio 4's Today programme: "For the naysayers that don't believe in a second wave, there is a second wave.
"And unlike the first wave, where we had a national lockdown which protected huge swathes of society, this outbreak is now running riot across all age groups."
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