The former TOWIE star, 39, was decked out in designer as she enjoyed a lavish dinner spread at swanky Novikov restaurant in Mayfair.
The GC decided to enjoy one last hurrah before Prime Minister Boris Johnson moves London into Tier 2 of the alert system from Saturday.
Essex, Elmbridge, Barrow-in-Furness, York, North East Derbyshire, Erewash and Chesterfield will also move into the second tier of measures.
This means people in these locations from separate households will be banned from mixing indoors – including in pubs and restaurants.
So before London and her home county of Essex are put through stricter measures, Gem decided to have a fun night out with food, drinks and friends.
Gem showed off her shrinking frame in a leopard-print jumpsuit, over which she wore a black Balenciaga raincoat.
Gem accessorised with Gucci loafers and a very shiny designer crossbody bag.
Ensuring safety is her top priority, Gem donned a black face mask over her full face of makeup.
Gem threw up a peace sign at the paps as she put her signature blonde locks into a low ponytail for the outing.
The tougher restrictions England will be facing this weekend already affect vast areas of the Midlands and Northern England, with only the Liverpool City Region currently in the stricter Tier 3.
This means those living in the areas which have tougher restructions put in place are still able to go to pubs, restaurants and cafes but must not mix with anyone outside of their household, apart from those they have formed a support bubble with.
As long as you abide by the ‘rule of six’ you can meet in groups outside at venues which are following guidance.
This includes pubs, restaurants, shops, leisure and entertainment venues and places of worship.
You can’t meet with anyone outside your household or support bubble in any indoor setting – this includes private homes, from Saturday.
Friday will be the last day for Londoners of being able to visit people’s houses as long as there are no more than six people.
Friends will still be able to meet in outdoor settings, including each other’s gardens, as long as there are no more than six people from more than one household or support bubble.
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