Lottie Moss in Colorful Bikini on The Yacht With Friends in Mexico 01-20-2021
Lottie Moss didn’t seem fazed by the threats of the COVID-19 pandemic as she partied with her pals on a yacht during a supposed ‘business trip’ to Mexico.
The model, 23, slipped into a skimpy multicoloured bikini as she downed drinks while dancing on the boat’s deck, while her home nation continues to battle the deadly virus.
Despite appearing to flout COVID-19 lockdown restrictions by jetting abroad while international travel from England is banned, a source close to Lottie told MailOnline she’s in Mexico for work reasons.
Lottie slipped into a plunging rainbow bikini as she spent the afternoon drinking and dancing with her pals on the luxury yacht.
The sister of supermodel Kate Moss flaunted her peachy posterior in the skimpy thong bottoms as she reclined on the boat’s deck.
Lottie shielded her hair from the sun with a pink bucket hat and later covered up in a white t-shirt as she sipped beverages with her pals.
Despite supposedly being abroad for work, Lottie didn’t seem to be stretching herself too much as she lived it up in the sunshine with her friends.
MailOnline has contacted representatives for Lottie Moss for further comment.
Lottie’s break comes after Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced he was revoking any travel corridors out of the UK meaning anyone returning to England from abroad would have to quarantine for 10 days, and would have to provide evidence of a negative PCR upon arrival.
Under the government’s latest national lockdown rules, which is now in effect, holidays are banned as international travel is only permitted for a strict number of reasons such as for work.
Within the UK, domestic holidays are also banned as you must stay at home at all times except for a limited number of ‘reasonable excuses’ such as shopping for essentials or work.
The Government has said if you need to travel you should stay local – meaning avoiding travelling outside of your village, town or the part of a city where you live – and look to reduce the number of journeys you make overall.
Any arrivals who flout the rules will face a minimum £500 fine, while the operator who transported them will also be fined.