Craig Revel Horwood snuck a full glass of wine into his taxi after the Strictly Come Dancing final.
And, to be honest, we don’t blame him.
The Strictly judge was spotted leaving the Elstree Studios last night after Bill Bailey and Oti Mabuse were crowned the champions.
It comes after Boris Johnson announced harsher restrictions for London and South East of England.
The Prime Minister confirmed that as from midnight last night, those areas would be put into a tier four lockdown system.
The new system means that pubs and non-essential shops aren’t allowed to open, but that didn’t stop Craig taking the bar with him as he hopped into his taxi.
As the judge waved goodbye to the cameras, one eagle-eyed photographer snapped Craig in the back of the cab alongside a glass of white wine, which was handily kept in place by a holder next to him.
Wearing a plastic face shield, Craig could be seen giving a thumbs up to the cameras.
The Prime Minister’s announcement comes after concerns over a new mutant strain of coronavirus which is prevalent in the South East and is spreading 70% faster than other forms of the virus, although it is no more lethal.
At a Downing Street press conference held on Saturday, Mr Johnson said tier four restrictions in London and the South East will be similar to restrictions during the last national lockdown and came into force from midnight last night.
In a last-minute change, he also declared the five-day bubbles will be thrown out and that people in tiers one, two and three would only be allowed to mix households on Christmas Day itself – freezing out London and most of the South East.
Strictly Come Dancing is available for catch-up on BBC iPlayer.
Credit: Original article published here.