Fearne Cotton found herself in the sights of the law earlier this month as a party in London sparked fears of a breach of Covid rules.
The 39-year-old radio and television host was reportedly at a property in West London on May 8 when police arrived to investigate complaints of Covid rule-breaching.
Since April 12, groups of six or two households have been allowed to meet outdoors for small gatherings – and it transpires the property Fearne was at had not been involved in any rule breaking.
Nonetheless, the boys and girls in blue reportedly chapped on the door to check everything was all OK after receiving a “number of calls” about the gathering earlier this month.
The Sun reported the incident, claiming: “Two officers spoke to a man at the £3million pad but were happy no rules had been broken and left.”
While a local in West London area told the outlet: “It looked like guests went in the back garden, where more can mix.”
A Metropolitan Police spokesman told The Mirror: “Police received a number of calls on Saturday May 8 alleging that a gathering was taking place at an address in breach of Covid regulations.
“Officers attended and were satisfied that no such gathering was taking place.
“No further action was taken.”
The Mirror have contacted Fearne's rep for comment.
Members of the public in England are looking forward to further easing of lockdown measures from tomorrow.
A range of freedoms will be released after months of lockdown misery that has left friends and family unable to socialise or visit fun attractions.
From Monday, residents in England will finally be able to take shelter from the unseasonably cold and wet weather to dine inside restaurants for the first time this year.
While entertainment facilities including cinemas, art galleries and indoor workout classes will be allowed to resume service for the first time in months.
A full lifting of lockdown rules is expected from June 21 – however, the government is monitoring outbreaks of a variant of the Covid-19 virus which has been transmitted from India.
Reports on Saturday evening suggested scientists had discovered that vaccines are successful in fighting the new variant.