Lottie Moss has reportedly returned to London from the Cotswolds and flouted lockdown rules by attending a boozy bash with her Made In Chelsea pals.

The model, 22, is believed to have attended a party hosted by Jamie Laing and his girlfriend Sophie Habboo, where they were joined by Emily Blackwell and influencer Bethany Moore at the event which went on until 5am on Thursday morning.


According to The Sun, neighbours in the area complained because of the noise the group made at the alleged party. A source told the publication: ”The group has really struggled being cooped up in lockdown.

A low-key gathering at Jamie and Habs’ house got a bit out of hand with lots of booze and music.

In Instagram Story pictures, Lottie and Bethany were seen posing for selfies while Jamie was seen in the  background. MailOnline has contacted representatives for further comment.

The alleged all-night rager comes after Jamie, 31, was spotted flouting lockdown rules on Friday after meeting with friend Alex Mytton for a bike ride.

In an image exclusively obtained by MailOnline the pair were seen standing less than two metres apart, which is against rules being enforced throughout the UK due to the coronavirus pandemic. Jamie was thought to be isolating with his girlfriend Sophie at his family home in The Cotswolds.


In the snap, both Jamie and Alex, 28, can be seen in the midst of a conversation while perched on their bikes, with it being clear the pair are far less than six feet apart.

The duo were spotted on the ride together at a park in Central London, joining most of the nation enjoying the May sunshine. MailOnline has contacted representatives for Jamie Laing for comment. A representative for Alex Mytton declined to comment.


Last week Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced that new government advice means UK residents are allowed to meet with one person outside of their household in an outdoor setting, but they must remain at least two metres apart.

For many this has meant meeting in a park of back garden, with scientists stating the risk of spreading COVID-19 increases when meeting with more than one person. Alex joined the cast of Made In Chelsea in 2013, while Jamie first appeared in the show’s second series in 2011.