Ferne McCann celebrates her 30th birthday by hosting a garden party

Ferne McCann celebrates her 30th birthday by hosting a garden party complete with a dance podium and five closest of her friends including Sam and Billie Faiers

Ferne McCann has celebrated her 30th birthday in style by hosting a garden party complete with an incredible dance podium and five of her closest friends. 

The former TOWIE star marked her milestone birthday at her farmhouse mansion in Essex on Saturday with live music and five guests to adhere to Covid-19 guidelines. 

Ferne wowed in a halterneck orange dress as she danced with her hands in the air on the podium in her garden with friends including sisters Sam and Billie Faiers. 

Close: Ferne McCann has celebrated her 30th birthday in style by hosting a garden party complete with an incredible dance podium and five of her closest friends including Sam Faiers (pictured)

Close: Ferne McCann has celebrated her 30th birthday in style by hosting a garden party complete with an incredible dance podium and five of her closest friends including Sam Faiers (pictured) 

The First Time Mum star showcased her gym-honed figure in the tight-fitting dress which she paired with a white belt to cinch in her waist. 

Styling her short blonde locks in loose waves, Ferne opted for minimal makeup with a dash of bronzer on her cheekbones to keep all eyes on her outfit. 

Meanwhile mother-of-two Sam, 29, looked radiant with her caramel tresses tied up with a sweet white scrunchie as she posed with Ferne for her Instagram story. 

Party! The First Time Mum star showcased her gym-honed figure in the tight-fitting dress

Fun: Ferne wowed in a halterneck orange dress as she danced with her hands in the air

Party! The First Time Mum star showcased her gym-honed figure in the tight-fitting dress 

The Mummy Diaries star opted for a mini leopard print dress as she giggled and pouted in a series of snaps with best friend Ferne. 

It comes after new coronavirus restrictions placed a ban on more than six people gathering socially indoors or outdoors. 

But the group still appeared to enjoy the festivities as they partied together in the garden surrounded by rolling fields. 

Cute: The Mummy Diaries star opted for a mini leopard print dress as she giggled and pouted in a series of snaps with best friend Ferne

Cute: The Mummy Diaries star opted for a mini leopard print dress as she giggled and pouted in a series of snaps with best friend Ferne

Sweet: Mother-of-two Sam looked radiant with her caramel tresses tied up with a sweet white scrunchie as she posed with Ferne for her Instagram story

Sweet: Mother-of-two Sam looked radiant with her caramel tresses tied up with a sweet white scrunchie as she posed with Ferne for her Instagram story

In August Ferne, who is mum to daughter Sunday, two, turned 30 and jetted to the South of France for just one day after she had to cancel her birthday party due to Covid-19 restrictions. 

Posting to Instagram, Ferne looked sensational in a lime green silk dress featuring a cowl neck and asymmetric hemline. 

Captioning the video, Ferne revealed that she had just arrived back in London following a short stay in the South of France, adding that she scrapped plans for a birthday bash.

Friends: The group still appeared to enjoy the festivities as they partied together in the garden surrounded by rolling fields

Friends: The group still appeared to enjoy the festivities as they partied together in the garden surrounded by rolling fields

She wrote: ’30 never felt so good.

‘Woweeee just touched down in London Town after a quick pit stop in SOF. I had to cancel my 30th birthday

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British Teen Fined Over $12,000 For Hosting Large House Party, Apologizes To Neighbors

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  • The teenager hosted a party with more than 50 guests in violation of restrictions on social gatherings in the U.K.
  • The cops allegedly gave the teen an initial warning to shut down the party but he “deliberately flouted” the rules
  • The number of coronavirus cases in the United Kingdom as of Monday was 368,504

A British teenager who was fined £10,000 ($12,823 USD) for hosting a large house party amid the coronavirus pandemic has apologized to his neighbors.

The 19-year-old host was given the penalty notice after police found more than 50 attendees at the Sept. 11 party at his home in Lenton, Nottinghamshire. The teen will have to appear before a court if he fails to pay the penalty or decides to contest it, Nottinghamshire Live reported.

Nottinghamshire police said officers from the Nottingham City Council were alerted of the party by the residents in the neighborhood. The police who responded to the house were met with “hostility from the organizer”. They had reportedly given him an initial warning to shut down the party but the department said he had “deliberately flouted” the rules. The cops then ordered all the guests to leave the party. 

The unidentified teenager sent a letter to his neighbors over the weekend, calling the party a “foolish gathering” and apologizing for the “major lapse of judgment,” the BBC reported.

The host reportedly wrote in the letter the party was held to celebrate two housemates recently turning 21 and was meant for just 25 people, complying with the country’s COVID-19 restrictions.

“However, it quickly became out of hand,” he wrote. “It was never our intention to disrupt your evening. It was a major lapse in judgement (sic) on our end. We are eager to make amends.”

The teenager was fined days before a new rule came into effect amid a rise in coronavirus cases.

Steve Cooper, assistant chief constable with Nottinghamshire Police, said under the previous rules anyone hosting house parties with more than 30 people would face a hefty fine and that the officers were ready to exert “full powers” against those who “deliberately put other people’s lives in danger.”

“We need to all remember we are very much still in the middle of a global pandemic and we all need to take responsibility for our actions,” the Nottinghamshire Live quoted Cooper as saying.

Beginning Monday, social gatherings throughout the United Kingdom are limited to six people. The new rule enables authorities to issue a hefty fine to violators. Officers hoped the Friday incident would serve as an early warning to those thinking of hosting large parties.

The “rule of six” restriction follows Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies member and former chief scientific adviser Sir Mark Walport’s warning that the U.K. is “on the edge of losing control of coronavirus,” BBC reported. Total cases of infection in the country, as of Monday, is 368,504, with the death tally reaching 41,628, according to the data from Worldometer.

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Ohio Students Hosting Large House Party Admits to Police They ‘All’ Tested Positive for COVID

Despite the ongoing COVID-19 epidemic, students from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio threw a house party during Labor Day weekend which ignored school and city rules requiring masks, social distancing and gatherings no larger than 10 people.



A photo illustration of a policeman questioning a young person at a house.


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A photo illustration of a policeman questioning a young person at a house.

When police arrived at the house on Saturday at 4:05 p.m., they discovered seven young men sitting on the porch, drinking and listening to music without masks. A total of 20 people were at the gathering. One house resident confirmed to police that he had recently tested positive for COVID-19.

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When asked whether he was supposed to be in quarantine, the student responded, “Yeah, that’s why I’m at my house,” and then claimed that everyone else in attendance had tested positive for COVID-19 as well.

“That’s what we’re trying to prevent,” the officer told the student. “We want to keep this town open. You’re not quarantining if you’re mixing with other people.”

Although students in the house began to leave as soon as police arrived, police ended up fining six men—five house residents and one visitor—$500 each for violating city ordinances forbidding gatherings of more than 10 people, a precaution to prevent a possible COVID-19 outbreak.

One of the residents fined by police claimed that the party guests simply showed up without being invited, but the police officer declined to discuss that claim further calling it “an argument for another day.”

Miami University officials told CBS News that any students found violating city COVID-19 ordinances could face disciplinary action under the Code of Student Conduct, including possible suspension or dismissal.

According to Cleveland.com, more than 1,000 Miami University students have tested positive for COVID-19 during the past two weeks. The school will resume in-person classes on September 21 with roughly 40 percent of the school’s nearly 20,000 students learning remotely online.

Newsweek contacted Miami University for comment.

Other universities have struggled to keep students from partying in defiance of rules meant to prevent coronavirus epidemics.

In late August, Ohio State University issued 228 interim suspensions for individuals and student organizations who attended or hosted large parties and gatherings in the university district.

Around the same time, Florida State University police arrested and charged seven students associated with the disbanded Alpha Tau Omega fraternity for hosting an “open house party.”

On September 10, Illinois State University said it was considering consequences for students who attended a 200-person “pop-up” party hosted by The Nelk Boys, a group of college-aged pranksters with nearly 5.7 million YouTube followers.

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