DANI Dyer has been caught breaking the coronavirus lockdown rules for a second time after attending a party with 14 other people.
The Love Island star, 24, was filmed with a large group of both male and female pals as they celebrated a friend’s birthday.
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The Government introduced new lockdown rules on Monday, which stated that no more than six people can meet up at any one time.
And although gatherings of six can now take place in private gardens, individuals must keep 2 metres away from each other to help prevent the spread of coronavirus.
Dani, who is the daughter of EastEnders actor Danny Dyer, was caught on film while waving a pink balloon around and dancing less than 2 metres away from her mates.
Dressed in a light blue denim jacket, the reality star was all smiles as she and her friends ignored the latest restrictions.
As snaps of Dani at the house party emerged, a source told the Mail Online: ‘”Dani went to her friend’s birthday party yesterday.
“She’s been stuck indoors for weeks and just wanted the chance to see those closest to her again.
“On reflection, she feels really guilty for going and knows she shouldn’t have acted against government rules.
“She will think twice next time.”
Dani, meanwhile, has since posted a cryptic message on her Instagram stories.
It reads: “It’s okay to make mistakes, to have bad days, to be less than perfect, to do what’s best for you, to be yourself.”
This is the second time Dani has been accused of breaking lockdown rules.
In April, she drove to see her parents – actor Danny and his wife Joanne Mas – at their house, despite there being a ban in place on visiting family.
She had been isolating at home with her boyfriend Sam Kimmence but tripped up when shared pictures of herself online, at both her property and her parents’.
This came as she urged her fanbase to “stay indoors”.
At the time, an online follower said: “It’s frustrating that others don’t seem to think the rules apply to them.”