Dani Dyer has defended her boyfriend Sammy Kimmence as "innocen"' after he was photographed leaving the club with three women.
The 24-year-old, who is the daughter of EastEnders Danny Dyer and Love Island 2018 winner, is currently pregnant with Sammy's baby.
Sammy, also 24, left the posh London venue MNKY HSE and climbed into a cab with a male friend and three women on Thursday night – also breaking lockdown rules.
However, Dani has now insisted that her man is "innocent" and even poked fun at his expression in one of the photos taken of him with the women in the cab.
She wrote on Instagram: "Now I'm never one to comment on my relationship because we do keep it as private as we possibly can.
"However, I will not have by boyfriend accused of something when he is so innocent (even though he looks evil in this photo LOL)."
She added: "I'm not an insecure girl in this relationship.
"My fella knows what he has at home. I have plenty of boy mates."
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Meanwhile, Sammy shared CCTV image of him arriving home alone at around 11.45pm to prove his innocence.
The pictures obtained by The Sun showcase Sammy and another male take to the flip-up seats within the vehicle as the three females perched in the back together.
Since the break of the coronavirus pandemic it has becomes a mandatory requirement to wear a mask when travelling in a taxi, unless exempt, however nobody in the group seemed to possess a face covering.
At the moment, London is currently under the government's Tier Two restrictions which stipulate people can only meet up indoors with people they live with or if support bubbles are formed.
Current guidelines on the government's official website stipulate that people can meet in groups of up to six people with family or friends that they do not live with and are not in a support bubble with, as long as it is outdoors.
Due to being pregnant, Dani is considered to be high risk when it comes to catching the virus.
The pair, who live in Essex together, announced that they were expecting their first child together in July of this year and at the peak of the pandemic.
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