FORMER Corrie star Lucy Fallon told her followers she was feeling “emotional” yesterday as she urged them to stay indoors.
The 24-year-old, who is best known for playing Bethany Platt on the ITV soap, is currently in lockdown with her boyfriend Tom but like many of us, the isolating seems to be taking its toll.
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Sharing a clip of herself making cookies, she wrote: “Feeling a bit emotional today – so I have made some peanut butter protein cookies for Tom and I’m just sat on the floor waiting for them to be done.
“Hope everyone is hanging in there and feeling ok.”
She later revealed that the cookies hadn’t turned out quite as she hoped – and that she couldn’t even eat them herself because they contained nuts.
The actress then reminded everyone that they shouldn’t be hanging out with anyone they don’t live with.
She wrote: “If you aren’t isolating with your boyfriend/ girlfriend/ husband/wife/ fiancée/ dog/ cousin/ goldfish, you shouldn’t be hanging out with them. And you shouldn’t be posting on social media that you are.”
Lucy’s warning comes as Brits continued to ignore the lockdown yesterday yesterday to sunbathe during a mini heatwave, forcing a park in London to close.
Police in the UK capital were also forced to break up an 18th birthday attended by 25 guests who flouted the social distancing guidelines set out by the government amid the coronavirus outbreak.
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Cops have warned anyone who refuses to follow the UK's lockdown guidelines this weekend will be arrested.
Under the drastic measures, Brits are expected to stay indoors and only go outside for essential shopping trips, medical reasons, one stint of daily exercise and to work from home if possible.
Anyone who flouts the new crackdown will face fines of up to £1,000 or even arrest when cops are given emergency powers.
Police also now have the power to issue on-the-spot fines of £30 for meeting under the new legislation.
Those who keep disobeying can be arrested and locked up.
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