Lily Allen was eager to get nails done and was the first person in the salon because lockdown restrictions are easy

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Much of the country welcomes the new, lighter lockdown rules.

And Lily Allen joined the nation in their excitement as she seemed to be waiting to get her nails done and hit the gym on Mondays.

The singer, 35, revealed she was the first at her local nail salon after reopening their doors before taking to Instagram to share a photo of the gym.

Get out: and Lily Allen joined the nation in their excitement as she seemed eager to get her nails done and hit the gym on Mondays

Get Out: And Lily Allen joined the nation in their excitement as she seemed eager to get her nails done and hit the gym on Mondays

Lily took to her Instagram Stories to share a short clip of the virtually empty beauty shop clearly delighted with the opening.

Before entering the salon, she was seen stepping out in a warm blue quilted jacket with a Dior saddlebag, shortly before having her hands transformed with her beloved wild nail art over a set of acrylic claws.

Lily emerged in her comfy look, consisting of gym leggings, designer sneakers and her cozy jacket to keep out the unreasonable cold.

In the video she posted when she arrived, she quickly scanned the room, which contained four empty chairs separated by plastic screens.

Keen: The singer, 35, took to her Instagram Stories on Monday to share a short clip of the virtually empty beauty shop clearly delighted with the opening

Keen: The singer, 35, took to her Instagram Stories on Monday to share a short clip of the virtually empty beauty shop clearly delighted with the opening

Keen: The singer, 35, took to her Instagram Stories on Monday to share a short clip of the virtually empty beauty shop clearly delighted with the opening

Hard at work: She showed off her sensational figure when she was working out

Hard at work: She showed off her sensational figure when she was working out

Hard at work: She showed off her sensational figure when she was working out

Safety first!  She wore a mask over her face in accordance with the corona restrictions

Safety first!  She wore a mask over her face in accordance with the corona restrictions

Safety first! She wore a mask over her face in accordance with the corona restrictions

A few early risers were seen in the video getting their nails done for the first time in months following lockdown restrictions.

Lily simply captioned the snap, ‘First in’ while enjoying a seat in the relatively quiet drawing room. Restrictions on non-essential shops, bars and restaurants for outdoor dining, and beauty salons were all relaxed.

She then revealed that she hit the gym, showing off her gym-cut frame that she’d been working on for the past few weeks.

Satisfied Customer: No doubt she was happy to return to an appearance of normalcy

Satisfied Customer: No doubt she was happy to return to an appearance of normalcy

Satisfied Customer: No doubt she was happy to return to an appearance of normalcy

On the Move: Before entering the salon, she was seen stepping out in a warm blue quilted jacket with a Dior saddlebag, shortly before having her hands transformed with her beloved wild nail art over a set of acrylic claws

On the Move: Before entering the salon, she was seen stepping out in a warm blue quilted jacket with a Dior saddlebag, shortly before having her hands transformed with her beloved wild nail art over a set of acrylic claws

On the Move: Before entering the salon, she was seen stepping out in a warm blue quilted jacket with a Dior saddlebag, shortly before having her hands transformed with her beloved wild nail art over a set of acrylic claws

Last week, the Not Fair singer appeared to avoid controversy with a sultry lingerie snap after coming under fire for posting a cry-with-laughter emoji to a meme mocking Philip’s death.

She showed off her incredible figure in navy blue lace underwear on Saturday while capturing a sultry selfie in her bedroom mirror at home.

It comes after she saw the funny side of a meme that suggests Princess Diana is furious about Prince Philip entering heaven after his death on Friday at the age of 99.

The meme, shared by Instagram page Saint Hoax, used a clip from Super Nanny in which super nanny herself Jo Frost shuts the door on a crying toddler.

Back: Some early risers seen in the video getting their nails done for the first time in months after lockdown restrictions

Back: Some early risers seen in the video getting their nails done for the first time in months after lockdown restrictions

Back: Some early risers seen in the video getting their nails done for the first time in months after lockdown restrictions

On the road: she put on her headphones for the trip

On the road: she put on her headphones for the trip

On the road: she put on her headphones for the trip

What impact?  Lily seemed to avoid controversy with a sultry lingerie snap after coming under fire for posting a cry-with-laughter emoji to a meme mocking Philip's death

What impact?  Lily seemed to avoid controversy with a sultry lingerie snap after coming under fire for posting a cry-with-laughter emoji to a meme mocking Philip's death

What impact? Lily seemed to avoid controversy with a sultry lingerie snap after coming under fire for posting a cry-with-laughter emoji to a meme mocking Philip’s death

Tickled: The Not Fair hitmaker responded to the post: 'I'm dead at the Diana one', followed by a crying-with-laughter emoji

Tickled: The Not Fair hitmaker responded to the post: 'I'm dead at the Diana one', followed by a crying-with-laughter emoji

Tickled: The Not Fair hitmaker responded to the post: ‘I’m dead at the Diana one’, followed by a crying-with-laughter emoji

The clip, which was shared with the account’s 2.7 million followers, was captioned: “Princess Diana as Philip tries to enter Heaven.”

Lily responded to the post, “I’m dead at the Diana,” followed by a crying-of-laughter emoji.

She later shouted “ trolls and bots ” on Twitter that beat her social media response to Prince Philip’s death.

The Saint Hoax post has been criticizing those who shed light on Prince Philip’s death just hours after it was confirmed by Buckingham Palace on Friday afternoon.

Britain has entered eight days of mourning ahead of Philip’s expected funeral next Saturday, after The Queen announced her husband’s death with ‘deep grief’.

Criticism: She later shouted 'trolls and bots' on Twitter who beat her social media response to Prince Philip's death

Criticism: She later shouted 'trolls and bots' on Twitter who beat her social media response to Prince Philip's death

Criticism: She later shouted ‘trolls and bots’ on Twitter who beat her social media response to Prince Philip’s death

On Friday, Lily said on Twitter, ‘Oh, Prince Philip has passed away,’ before responding to critics of her post by writing, ‘A lot of trolls and bots are coming tonight.

“#RIP Prince Phillip, you would have loved late-stage surveillance capitalism.”

Despite Lily Allen’s response, not all commenters were equally amused with the meme, and many hailed the post for being unsavory.

While some called out Lily’s comment with one writing, ‘Do you really think this is appropriate? Have some respect. ‘

Lily Allen’s representatives have been contacted by MailOnline.

Not Impressed: Some called out Lily's comment with one writing, 'Do you really think this is appropriate?  Have some respect '

Not Impressed: Some called out Lily's comment with one writing, 'Do you really think this is appropriate?  Have some respect '

Not Impressed: Some called out Lily’s comment with one writing, ‘Do you really think this is appropriate? Have some respect ‘