Love Island’s Molly-Mae and Dani Dyer among the stars letting their hair down before lockdown 2.0


SOME of Britain’s biggest celebs made sure they got the most of their days before the second national lockdown.

Love Island stars Dani Dyer and Molly-Mae Hague enjoyed their last chance to be “glam” for the next few weeks.

Dani Dyer looked radiant as she posed in her new maternity wear line

Dani – who is expecting her first baby in January – looked glowing in a navy animal print shirred collar mini dress.

The radiant 24-year-old posed delicately on a London street with her long blonde hair in thick waves.

Rocking a more natural make-up look, Dani looked over her shoulder and smiled at the camera.

“Last day of being glam for a little while..❤” she captioned the post.

The star took advantage of her ‘last chance’ to be glam for a while

Molly-Mae Hague hit the shops in Manchester with boyfriend Tommy Fury

She was spotted earlier in the day enjoying a Starbucks outside

Her Love Island co-alum, Molly-Mae Hague also wanted to make the most of the last day before the new lockdown to prevent more cases of coronavirus.

The blonde beauty spent the day enjoying an al fresco drink with a friend at Starbucks in Manchester.

Molly-Mae, 21, was first spotted in an oversized black leather and wool coat combined with jeans and khaki boots.

She then changed into a cream waist length jacket to do a spot of shopping with boyfriend Tommy Fury.

Molly-Mae got one last supper in before lockdown

The reality star then glammed up for a decadent dinner wearing a cream coloured long sleeve ruched mini dress with a cut out in the back.

“Making the most of the last supper,” she captioned the Instagram pic showing off her toned body.

Other celebs to hit the town included Olivia Attwood, who despite having to can the finale of her reality series, managed to get some last minute filming in.

Olivia had a girls’ night out at XYZ Bar in Manchester where she did shots wearing a green fur cardigan and black leather trousers.

Olivia Attwood downed some shots in Manchester

She socially distanced from her friends indoor at the bar while filming her series, Olivia Meets Her Match.

While in the south, the Faiers sisters enjoyed a posh dinner while filming The Mummy Diaries.

Enjoying a big glass of red, Billie gifted Samantha a bucket list journal ahead of her 30th birthday later this year.

“My 30th is on NYE, so no matter what happens I’m grateful for my health, my family and friends,” she wrote on Instagram.

Samantha Faiers rocked a tasteful knee length leather skirt
She had dinner with sister Billie as the girls filmed for The Mummy Diaries

Billie gifted her sister a journal

Sam celebrated the night before lockdown in a maroon knee length skirt, v-neck white jumper and long white coat.

Loose Women panellist, Stacey Solomon, opted for a more low-key celebration with a solo trip to Tesco.

The mum-of-three nipped out to the shops late at night because “there’s nothing I love more than wandering down an empty aisle.”

Olivia Attwood did shots in Manchester on the night before lockdown

“I know that’s sad but I love it,” she told her 3.8mil Instagram followers as she treated herself to a Pick N Mix.

Towie’s Amber Turner rocked a chic leather ensemble to enjoy dinner at Mayfair’s Sexy Fish restaurant.

“One last dinner,” the star described her night out while wearing a frilly hemmed black leather skirt, with a black tank and matching pea coat.

Stacey Solomon took advantage of people being out and about by doing a Tesco run

Stacey went wild in her solo shop at Tesco

From today people are banned from mixing with other households, either indoors or outdoors and including in pubs and private gardens.

The new measures were introduced following data showing that Covid-19 cases are spreading rapidly across the whole of the UK and in other countries.

Towie’s Amber Turner looked stunning in a black leather mini skirt

Since the first national lockdown in March, the Prime Minister resisted pressure to introduce a second spell of nationwide restrictions, instead implementing a localised tier system.

From today, people must not leave or be outside of their homes except for specific purposes including work and volunteering, fulfilling legal obligations, essential activities such as shopping for food, education and childcare, meeting others in your support bubble, medical reasons, and events such as attending a place of worship for individual prayer, a funeral, or a deathbed wedding.

Also from today, all non-essential retail must close, and though people must mostly stay at home, schools will remain open.

Pubs and restaurants in England have also had to close, unless they serve takeaway or delivery services.