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Scarlett Moffatt broke down in tears as she took to Instagram Stories to discuss her relief at lockdown restrictions starting to ease.
Scarlett, who recently shared her plans for children with boyfriend Scott Dobinson, spoke out on Monday evening after Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced his roadmap out of lockdown.
She said: “I’m not going to lie, I’ve cried more about the fact that my little sister can go back to school than I have about nightclubs opening this year.
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“I can’t express in words how happy I am for all the kids. I’ve seen how hard it is for kids for their mental health, for their education, for the social aspect. I’m just so bloody happy.
“For friends who are home schooling, I’ve seen how difficult it is for them. I feel like everyone has now got this newfound respect for teachers.
"I just feel like there’s light at the end of the tunnel. Thank you to key workers, PPE makers and NHS and everyone who has abided by the rules. We’re nearly there.”
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The 30 year old then burst into tears, before adding: “I’ve set off again crying. I’ve been reading all your DMs. I thought I was the only person who was feeling this like. It’s so nice seeing how excited every body’s getting.”
She continued: “The fact it’s some point this year. I know I’m going to be able to hug my nanny and pappy.
"See my friends. I cannot express how much I’ve missed my friends. I’m so excited to just… honestly I’m never going to take anything for granted ever again. It’s the little things I’m excited for. I can’t bloody wait.”
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The Prime Minister announced that schools will open on March 8 and two people from different households can meet outside.
He also confirmed that on March 29 groups of two households, or groups subject to the rule of six, will be able to socialise outside.
Pubs will be allowed to open outside from April 12, while gyms, hairdressers and barbers can reopen.
From May 17 pubs and restaurants can serve customers indoors. Sports stadiums can reopen to allow up to 10,000 people watch matches or concerts and two households can mix indoors overnight, subject to the rule of six.
On June 21 all coronavirus restrictions are hoped to be removed.
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