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Health & Fitness Victoria Derbyshire Admits She Will Break The Rule Of Six At Christmas If It Is Still In Place

03:25  27 october  2020
03:25  27 october  2020 Source:   huffingtonpost.co.uk

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Victoria Derbyshire , 52, has revealed she would break the rule of six for Christmas to have We just do.' While Victoria admitted she loves antique fairs, she described how she has missed inviting people to her house the most. Get Me Outta Here! which will take place at Gwrych Castle, in Wales.

On Monday Victoria recorded zero new cases for the first time since 9 June and Mr Hunt called for restrictions to be eased. Premier Andrews hit back at suggestions the contact tracing system was not ready, saying: 'This is about being confident in the systems and processes in place .

a close up of Victoria Derbyshire © Mike Marsland via Getty Images Victoria Derbyshire

With many of us thinking about how we’re going to spend this Christmas in light of the various restrictions currently in place around the country, Victoria Derbyshire has admitted she won’t be playing ball.

The presenter lives in Tier 2 London, meaning a ban on different households mixing, but says she intends to spend the festive period with her relatives.

Victoria Derbyshire looking at the camera © Mike Marsland via Getty Images Victoria Derbyshire

Speaking to Radio Times when London was still in Tier 1, which meant households of up to six people could still mix, Victoria admitted she was willing to break the rules.

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She told the magazine: “If the rule of six is still in place at Christmas, we’re breaking it to have the rule of seven. We just are.

“Joining me, my husband and our two boys will be my mum, her partner and my husband’s dad.”

The presenter admitted she felt “irresponsible” getting together with more than six people from different households but would be taking precautions.

“It’s fine,” she said. “We’ll do it knowing what the risks are. We’re not stupid. We’re going to be sensible and buy a thermometer gun. But we have to be together at Christmas. It feels almost irresponsible saying that, but I don’t think we’re alone in feeling that way. We need to see my elderly mum and my husband’s elderly dad. We just do.”

Victoria Derbyshire posing for the camera © David M. Benett via Getty Images

Victoria also told the magazine that it was family that she has missed the most during the pandemic.

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Appearing on the Victoria Derbyshire show, Suffolk mum Kate (pictured) admitted was struggling to get support for As she watched the footage back, Kate said: 'Part of me can't believe that that's my child in some ways, because we have some really good times but when I see that [ ] it 's quite

“What I’ve missed most is having loads of people round my house and seeing family,” she said.

“My mum lives in Bolton, I live in London, so I’ve not been able to see her much. We do Zoom calls every Saturday, but that’s it. It’s mad.”

Read the full interview with Victoria in this week’s Radio Times, out now. www.radiotimes.com

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