LAURYN Goodman has given fans a glimpse into her lavish 30th birthday party, hosted by sister Chloe in lockdown.
The mum-of-one posted photos of the event to her Instagram story - which featured a glamorous bubble tent and a table laid out for six people.
Ex On The Beach star and little sister Chloe hosted the party for Lauryn in her back garden, setting up the igloo and filling it with balloons and decorations for her sibling.
Chloe posted a series of snaps from the evening, including the extravagant pink cake, topped with donuts, roses and macaroons.
Another saw the elegant display of pink, gold and cream balloons behind a big light up '30' sign and a large, fluffy chandelier in the shape of a flower.
In the centre of the tent, was a table and chairs, set up for six guests, featuring gold feather decor and plenty of sparkle.
One of the gold dishes laid out held a circle of pink cupcake, iced with the letter 'L' and wishing Lauryn a 'Happy Birthday.
Meanwhile, Lauryn posted a photo of her and baby son Junior, who she shares with England footballer Kyle Walker.
The media personality sported a blue checked shirt, mum-style jeans and high top trainers and she cradled her son in her arms.
While many fans reached out to give well-wishes for the star on her big day, many couldn't help but point out the number of chairs around the table.
"This level of stupid is amazing," wrote one woman. "Bad enough having a party, but don't then post it on social media."
Another chimed in: "Aren't we in stay at home orders and no mixing households?"
"I take it only peasants have to stick to the rules and the influencers do what they like without consequences," a third added, sarcastically concluding: "Happy birthday then."
"Looks great, but how on earth is this allowed," one follower simply put it as another replied: "They're a disgrace to the NHS."
Current government guidelines mean the entire UK is on "stay at home" orders, with mixing only allowed with those in support bubbles or childcare bubble, or with one other person outside.
Lauryn addressed the claims on her story, clapping back that those confused by the gathering should "read the guidelines".
"We didn't have a party, we had a family meal in our social bubble. There were 6 seats, two sisters, our mum, two babies and me for those who need it spelling out.
"Literally we ate dinner. We have babies under 1. What we did was perfectly fine. Jesus, my friends weren't there because we are in lockdown. We aren't away, we are at home in our garden."
She went on to say in a further story: "Won't be justifying anymore. We know we didn't do anything wrong."
Lauryn concluded her clap back by sharing a screenshot of the government guidelines, which detail support bubbles are inclusive of those with children under one.
"People clearly can't read it on the government website, it's absolutely crazy," she told fans in a video update on her Instagram story.
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Revealing she "had planned" an extravagant party that was cancelled due to Covid-19, she added: "It was literally a family meal which we are allowed.
"We have children under the age of one, we have two households that have formed a bubble which you can do."
Joking the haters "can't read or need to go to Specsavers", she added: "I don't know if Specsavers are open at the moment which might be the reason why.
"But please, in the kindest respects, p*** off."