New mum Dani Dyer joined millions in enjoying an alcoholic drink after the coronavirus lockdown restrictions eased.

The Love Island star shared a picture of herself enjoying the sunshine as she nursed an Aperol Spritz.

She was picture perfect in a bright blue blazer with her giant fur coat resting on the chair for any changes in weather.

Dani wore her blonde-highlighted hair in loose curls and held her Louis Vuitton purse close to her.

“Mumma is out,” the star wrote.

Pubs with beer gardens, retail stores among many other facilities reopened on April 12 after a third national lockdown.

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Dani enjoyed time at a pub garden

Everyone, including stars, was over the moon as they got their first sip of alcohol from an establishment.

She also shared a selfie and told fans she struggled to find an outfit.

"4 thousand tantrums later of nothing fitting me I'm finally ready... Some days I love my postpartum body other days it really is hard I'm not going to lie. I turned into a teenager crying over clothes today," she captioned the post.

Her outing comes after she admitted that she’s been struggling with "simple jobs" since becoming a mother.

The 24-year-old star gave birth to her little one in January and she's revealed it's been full-on ever since.

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The star rocked a bright blue blazer

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Dani has often been turning to her Instagram fans for advice as she shared her experiences of being a first-time mum.

Speaking on her Story, she told her 3.4million followers that she's been finding it difficult to complete her daily jobs while constantly being on the go with her son.

"I want to know how people find… How people find time do things in the day?" she asked.

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She struggled to find an outfit for her outing

"I can't find the time. I've got a list of things to do. I just can't do it."

The doting mum continued: "Since I've had Santi I feel like it takes me days to complete one job. Is it just me?!

"Even simple jobs it all seems such effort.. and dinners I mean they are eaten sometimes at 9 o'clock."