Harry Potter's Jessie Cave seems to break lockdown rules in podcast gaffe – a month after son tested positive for Covid

HARRY Potter's Jessie Cave appeared to break lockdown rules a month after her son tested positive for Covid.

Jessie, 33, and her sister Bebe, 23, were accused of flouting lockdown restrictions by mixing households while they filmed their latest podcast episode.

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The sisters shared a video of the podcast session on Youtube which showed Jessie, Bebe, and their partners Horatie and Alfie huddled in a room around a microphone.

The group failed to wear masks or observe social distancing in the clip.

A representative told MailOnline Jessie, Bebe, and Alfie are living together with the siblings' parents during the pandemic but are also in a support bubble with Bebe's boyfriend Horatio.

A statement said: "Jessie, Bebe, their mum and Alfie are all currently living together in one household, and in accordance with current government guidelines the family are in a support bubble with Bebe's boyfriend."

However, in the podcast they also spoke about their living habits, with Bebe saying her boyfriend Horatio Gould, "lives in a house of four boys".

Shortly after Horatio walked into view and cuddled up to Bebe and the group posed for the camera.

During the current lockdown mixing households and forming support bubbles are allowed for very limited reasons, such as to cover caring duties.

Jessie's tot was admitted to Chelsea & Westminster Hospital in London earlier this week after testing positive for Covid-19.

And you should not form a support bubble with a household that is part of another support bubble, according to Government's rules.

Jessie's baby, born in October, was battling coronavirus in hospital last month.

The tot was admitted to Chelsea & Westminster Hospital in London after testing positive for Covid-19.

The worried mum-of-three shared several pictures of her two-month-old son lying in his hospital cot as he was treated for the highly contagious disease.

Thankfully, Jessie told fans her baby was discharged and safe and sound thanks to the care of NHS staff.

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