Now non-essential shops, gyms, bars, hairdressers and barbers have all reopened in England, many of us are starting to feel a sense of normality again.

After months of being cooped up at home, we can finally get out and do some of the things that make life feel worth living - and thousands of people have already taken advantage of that.

Shops have been particularly busy over the course of the morning, with brands like Primark, Size?, TK Maxx and Zara all proving popular.

But while it's nice to feel some sense of normality, it's important to remember that not everything is back to normal completely.

It is still against the law to meet anybody from outside your household or bubble indoors - meaning if you go to the shops with people from outside your existing household or bubble, you risk a fine, or worse, a criminal record.

The rules mean that while you can queue for a shop outside with friends and family outside of your household and bubble, you can't shop indoors with them.

The official government guidance reads: "You must not meet indoors with anybody you do not live with, unless you have formed a support bubble with them (if you are eligible), or another legal exemption applies."

You are able to meet up to six people outside of your household or bubble in the following settings: