PETER Andre’s wife Emily has slammed celebs who are breaking social distancing rules and posting photos of their actions all over Instagram.
The 30-year-old NHS doctor has been working on the frontline throughout the coronavirus pandemic and blasted those who have a huge social media following for setting a bad example.
Although social distancing measures have been eased in parts of the UK, many celebrities have already broken many aspects of the guidelines.
Speaking in her column with OK! Magazine people, the mum-of-two blasted those in the public eye who have a moral responsibility to look like they are following the rules.
Emily wrote: “It seems unfair because lots of people are breaking the rules, but unfortunately when you have so many social media followers it’s a bit more tricky.
“Whether or not you agree with the rules, when you’re in the public eye I think you have a duty to try and at least look like you’re social distancing.”
Many celebs have broken social distancing rules and been particularly brazen about sharing it on their Instagram feed.
Back in May reality star Joshua Ritchie broke the lockdown rules several time when he hosted a party for 80 people.
Joshua, 25, didn’t even try to hide the fact that he was having a get together amid the global coronavirus pandemic.
The Celebs Go Dating star took to his Instagram story and shared photos and videos of himself partying with his pals in Bolton.
Joshua captioned one particular clip: “Who’s having it off tonight (party),” before sharing videos of himself dancing with his mates.
In April Georgia ‘Toff’ Toffolo broke lockdown rules – to attend a birthday party for her friend’s dog.
The I’m A Celebrity Star appeared to ignore Government orders to ‘stay home, save lives’ – just days after revealing her beloved grandma has Covid-19 and her grandpa died of the disease.
The Made in Chelsea star, 25, went to her friend Jess Hydleman’s house in London. A video showed giggling Toff, wearing a pink summer flowery dress, around a table with two men – Jess’s boyfriend and an unknown man.
They were on a Zoom online party with other pals who had sensibly stayed at home. Toff can be heard on the video asking, “So how’s Squirrel is he okay?” She then adds “well done Squirrel!” as the group raise glasses to toast and cheer the mutt.