Lily Allen has made her feelings about London’s new Covid rules crystal clear.
The capital’s coronavirus rating was shifted up today, meaning that as of midnight on Saturday (17th October), different households won’t be able to mix indoors.
Areas like Manchester are already on the Tier Two list.
And Lily’s told that the new rules don’t get her thumbs-up in the best way possible – the medium of song.
Taking to her Instagram Stories, the recently wed singer belted out “f**k Tier Two” three times, before adding: “Who are you, Tier Two? What do you mean?”
It’s not the first time she’s hit out at the government recently.
The star joked that she’d be joining adult subscription service OnlyFans after Chancellor Rishi Sunak advised that musicians and artists should retrain and find other jobs if their livelihoods have been hit by the pandemic.
Sharing a clip of the interview, Lily captioned it: “*gets several implants and starts OnlyFans*.”
Meanwhile, she’s said to be eyeing up a move across the pond in the future.
She recently tied the knot with Stranger Things actor David Harbour in a Las Vegas ceremony officiated by an Elvis impersonator.
Lily showed off the gorgeous diamond ring on her Instagram as she displayed her wedding day manicure.
Giving fans a glimpse into the big day, Lily stunned in a crisp white Dior dress as the Elvis impersonator serenaded her and new hubby David.
The new spouses tucked into burgers with Lily’s daughters, Ethel and Marnie, who seemed to be the only guests.
David’s now moved in with Lily and the two girls, the four of them escaping to Croatia over the summer for a sun-drenched getaway.
And in adorable scenes, proud mum Lily filmed her girls dancing with their new stepdad on board of boat during their holiday.
She and David were snapped together at a New York Knicks game last year.
Lily confirmed their relationship when she shared a snap of David’s muscled arms and captioned it: “Mine.”
And in January this year, they made their red carpet couple debut at the Screen Actors Guild Awards.