Celebrities have joined Britons across the country and celebrated their first drink at the pub after being away for more than 100 days during the closing.
Stars like Louise Redknapp, Laura Whitmore and Lucy Fallon of Coronation Street documented their memorable trips to the boozers on Super Saturday.
Louise, 45, said ‘yasss we’re going for a pint’ from the back of a car on her way to the pub with her designer friend Lewis Shaw.
Finally: Louise Redknapp celebrated Saturday with her boyfriend Lewis Shaw at the pub
The singer then shared a moment from her table full of snacks, beer and cocktails as they made the most of their long-awaited trip to the pub.
Meanwhile, Laura Whitmore cut a stylish figure while hanging out in a beer garden on Saturday.
Love Island’s 35-year-old host portrayed the summer in a knit coordination and sunglasses while enjoying a pint outside.
Good spread: The former singer, 45, shared a moment of her table covered in nuts, chips and drinks
Stylish: Love Island hostess Laura Whitmore looked good for the pub in a knit combo while enjoying a pint
She wrote next to the module: ‘Cheers to the crazy weekend’.
Former Coronation Street star Lucy Fallon went on a trip to her local with her boyfriend Tom Leech.
The 24-year-old drank a luscious cocktail while her boyfriend enjoyed a bottle of Budweiser.
Thousands of drinkers have seized the wave of today’s lockdown to enjoy their first pint since bars closed three months ago.
Worth the wait? Lucy Fallon enjoyed a cocktail while her friend Tom Leech sipped a beer bottle
Treating herself: The former Coronation Street star, 24, also showed off her luscious cocktails
But as the revelry becomes more lively at night, there is a fear that cafe visitors will not follow the rules of keeping ‘a meter plus’ apart.
London’s Borough Market was busy tonight, and drinkers were pictured drinking foamy pints as they sat on the street together.
Adolescents will sink as many as 15 million pints at 23,000 establishments across the country, experts predicted.
They will be hit with high prices for beer, wine, cider and spirits as pubs, including Wetherspoons, are desperately trying to make up for lost business.
These two adolescents were seen with plastic pints as they walked down the street in Borough Market, London
Some, like this group in London, took the opportunity to play ‘pub golf’, a game in which cafe visitors go from drinking place to drinking place, trying to drink their drinks in as few sips as possible
Partygoers were seen dancing on the street in Soho, London, where a man started playing live music for area teenagers
But that didn’t stop partygoers from the chain’s number of pubs, including The Regal, in Cambridge, where drinkers reportedly waited up to an hour to enter.
Roads are expected to stall in many areas as more than 10 million drivers go to their cars and flock to beauty spots.
Meanwhile, emergency departments are preparing for a wave of drink-fed patients by pitching tents outside hospitals to keep people at bay while they wait.
Revelers were seen drinking bottles of beer and other drinks in Soho while others danced in the street on a man playing a keyboard
London’s Borough Market was busy today as pubs and bars reopened for the first time since closing in March
Borough Market was not the only busy hotspot in London where it was busy with pub visitors. It was also busy today in the streets of Soho in London
Police in Devon and Cornwall said tonight that they had received more than 1,000 reports, most of which were ‘drink-related’, while Bradford police were called to report 200 people packed in a village pub.
While the drink was flowing and emotions were flaring up, four people were arrested in Brentwood High Street, Essex. after a ‘disturbance’.
In Leicester, where a local shutdown was imposed due to a spike in coronavirus affairs, police say there are “ more officers on duty than on New Year’s Eve – to prevent people from trying to sneak out of town to reach the pubs outside the lockdown- zone.
Seats outside of the bars and pubs in Soho were filled by pub goers eager to have a drink with friends after relaxing the lock rules