Love Island’s Eva, Rebecca, Eve and Jess break ‘Rule Of Six’ with eight person party – and put it all on social media

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EIGHT Love Islanders brazenly flouted coronavirus restrictions as they held a reunion bash which clearly breached social distancing.

Love Island‘s Eva Zapico, Rebecca Gormley and twins Eve and Jess Gale broke the Government’s ‘Rule Of Six’ at a party – and put it all on Instagram.

Love Island’s Rebecca Gormley dances with Eve and Jess Gale at a party of eight – breaking the Prime Minister’s new ‘rule of six’

The TV stars appeared to be celebrating the launch of a range of hair extensions by twins Eve and Jess Gale on Wednesday with a slew of fellow Love Island stars.

Four boys from the same series – Biggs Chris, George Day, Alexi Eraclides and Josh Kempton – had lunch at famous celebrity hangout restaurant Sheesh in Chigwell, Essex.

They then met the twins, and fellow Love Island beauties Eva Zapico and Rebecca Gormley at an apartment.

Videos which the Influencers uploaded on Wednesday night and Thursday morning show them dancing and singing together.

Rebecca waves at the camera

The Love Island stars reunited at a house party

The Love Island stars downed booze and partied with more than six people at the bash

The group headed back to the apartment after having dinner in Essex

The reality stars appeared oblivious to breaking the rules

Rebecca’s Love Island boyfriend Biggs films their antics

Chris Biggs poses with Joshua Kempton, Josh Kempton and George Day

The group embarked on a boozy blowout and splashed the videos and photos to their millions of followers on Instagram.

They are not observing the two-metre social distancing rule, and clearly breaking the Prime Minister’s new rule of six.

The government has warned people in England who refuse an order to self-isolate will face fines of up to £10,000, the Government has warned.

People can also be fined for flouting the recent ‘Rule of Six’ measures – or for breaking a mandatory rule on wearing face coverings in shops, which came into force on July 24.

Eve and Jess Gale shot to fame on Love Island and now have over a millions followers on Instagram between them

Rebecca Gormley has over 300,000 followers after starring in Love Island

New £100 fines have been announced if Brits meet in groups of more than six indoors or out, doubling for each repeat offence up to £3,200.

Anyone refusing will be fined up to £100 as Mr Johnson looks to prevent a second coronavirus wave.

The group are not the first bunch of influencers to break lockdown rules.

The twins shot to fame in February on Love Island

HOAR revealed a party featuring the reality star was being investigated by police last month after video emerged of Covid-19 rules being ignored.

Love Island winner Jack Fincham and Youssef Hassane, from Ex on the Beach, were seen hugging guests who had paid £120 for a ticket.

Jack, who is dating Connie O’Hara, was also filmed pecking a woman on the cheek.