GEMMA Collins was among the stars enjoying Super Saturday as she went out in one of London’s celebrity hotspots after restaurants were allowed to reopen.
The 39-year-old former Towie star took her nephew to Roka in Soho – after a spending spree in Chelsea’s Sloane Street, enjoying champagne and a string of lychee martinis.
Wearing an outfit covered in Mickey Mouses and with ‘Gucci’ emblazoned on the back in huge orange letters, she made the most of new loosened lockdown rules.
She visited Gucci, Pucci and Louis Vuitton, before heading off for a bite to eat.
Sharing a video of her being poured champagne by a server in a mask she said: “Super Saturday, baby.
“Guys, I’m doing Super Saturday in style. I’m not gonna lie.”
She later took her nephew – plus two pals, over to Roka, a fancy Japanese restaurant in Soho that has started welcoming customers back to eat-in since restrictions were loosed today.
Gemma told her followers: “I’ve brought my lovely nephew to Roka, got him on the endemame beans. Teaching him at the age of 14 the culinary delights that life has to offer.
“Yes I’ve had a few lychee martinis with my fabulous friends and do you know what guys? It’s good to be back.”
She was later snapped leaving the restaurant in a pink mask with one of her own sayings – “Are you OK hun?” printed across the side.