Kate Moss' sister Lottie was seen "making out" with a friend while out on Saturday evening.
The model, 22, was seen touching tongues with a pal during an Instagram live as she said they're "super-spreading Covid."
During the video, a follower asked Lottie and her friends if they were risking spreading coronavirus by being so close together and kissing.
One of her friends replied: "We're super-spreaders."
The girls began to laugh as Lottie told her 324k followers: "We're super-spreading Covid."
According to The Sun, Lottie also said in the social media clip to not let anyone tell you how to act.
The Instagram star reportedly added that everyone should have the best time and "do whatever you want to do".
Daily Star Online has contacted Lottie's representatives for comment.
Under Tier Two guidelines, you can only meet socially indoors with friends or family who you live with or have formed a support bubble with, and must meet with six people or less.
You can form a support bubble with a household of any size if you live alone.
It is unclear what living arrangements Lottie currently has.
Under Tier Two restrictions it is currently against the rules to socialise indoors with another household.
Two households are allowed to socialise outside but must stay within the six-person limit and follow social distancing guidelines.
Business dinners are allowed indoors.
Supermodel Kate's little sister has amassed legions of fans after sharing gorgeous snaps on her Instagram page, and one of her most recent was one of her raciest.
She stood in front of a full-length mirror to show off her outfit, after opting for a plunging blue jumpsuit which was unzipped to under her ample cleavage.
The skintight outfit clung to her hourglass curves as she smouldered for the camera in the collared one-piece, leaving her followers hot under the collar.
Proving that beauty runs in the family, Lottie showed off her natural beauty as she stripped back her make-up for the fresh-faced snap, pushing her blonde locks away from her face.
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