The pop star said she is ‘deeply sorry’ for throwing a 30th birthday in lockdown down attended by famous friends including Vas Morgan and sisters Cara and Poppy Delevingne
Rita Ora has issued a grovelling apology for breaking coronavirus restrictions by hosting a party to mark her 30th birthday.
The Poison singer was seen arriving at Casa Cruz restaurant in London’s Notting Hill on Saturday night, dressed in a silver dress and fur coat for the bash.
Current lockdown rules have banned social gatherings and mixing of households between November 5 and December 2 following a surge in infections of Covid-19.
The sight of Rita and guests – including socialite sisters Cara and Poppy Delevingne, who were seen leaving at the end of the night – has infuriated fans who have branded the party-goers ‘selfish’ and ‘egocentric.’