Katie Price and Carl Woods board flight to ‘wonderful break’ while Jason Manford hugs his grandmother as stars flag restriction lifted
Britons are now free to mingle in pubs, restaurants, museums, theaters and cinemas, as well as staying with friends for the first time since Christmas.
And stars including Katie Price, Carl Woods and Jason Manford all enjoyed the changes as they flooded social media to share details of their days.
The happy couple took to Instagram to reveal that they were on their way to a ‘wonderful break’, while Jason elatedly shared that he could hug his grandmother.
Freedom Day: Stars including Katie Price, Carl Woods and Jason Manford all enjoyed the lockdown changes as they flooded social media to share details of their days
Katie and Carl were clearly eager to get away when she posted the selfie showing them both on what appeared to be a busy Ryanair flight.
They didn’t specify the location of their outing, but she wrote a caption: ‘Yesss finally have Carl Woods a wonderful vacation’.
Jason shared a sweet snap showing him with his grandmother and mother Sharon and added a caption that read, ‘Nana Manford! Gave her the biggest hug today. The past year has been so hard for her, hoping to make up for lost time! ‘
He tweeted, “Here we are with my mom and Sergio the cat!”
Sweet: Jason shared a sweet photo showing him with his grandmother and mother Sharon and added a caption that read, ‘Nana Manford! Gave her the biggest hug today. The past year has been so hard for her, hoping to make up for lost time! ‘
Amid the excitement of many, a slew of top Boris Johnson scientists today warned of indoor socializing and the ‘high risk’ of hugging friends due to the rise in Indian variant cases.
The prime minister urged families to take a ‘heavy dose of caution’ and a cabinet colleague encouraged revelers to avoid ‘excessive drinking’ with ministers who disagreed on whether or not to extend the lockdown beyond June 21.
In a week, the number of infections has increased by eight percent.
In a hint that the relaxation of all restrictions is now under threat next month, Boris’ official spokesman confirmed that a review of the one meter plus social distance rule to be released on May 31 may now be delayed.
On Sunday night, thousands of people in the UK lined up to enjoy drinks with friends in pubs and bars after midnight, while around 20 flights left for Portugal this morning when the holiday became legal again.
People enjoyed a pint and a meal indoors for the first time in nearly six months. Theaters, cinemas, galleries, museums and other tourist attractions can also reopen their doors.
These locations are expected to be even busier this week as heavy downpours and storms are expected for the next ten days, with some areas drenched in a month of rain for the past week.