David and Samantha Cameron mask themselves as they leave the posh private members' club after a London night out under Tier 2 rules
- The couple was photographed wearing masks as they entered Loulou & # 39; s Club
- The venue is located in the exclusive Mayfair area of West London
- The former prime minister and his wife were seen talking to other club guests without a mask
- London is subject to Tier 2 coronavirus restrictions, which prohibit mixing different households indoors
Former Prime Minister David Cameron and his wife Samantha enjoyed a leisurely dinner at an exclusive London club for private members on Friday.
The couple was photographed wearing masks as they entered Loulou & # 39; s Club in Mayfair, West London.
Mr Cameron and his wife were seen without a mask while talking to fellow club guests inside the venue.
The capital is currently subject to Tier 2 coronavirus restrictions. This means that people from different households are not allowed to mix indoors unless they are in the same "support bubble" or it is a business meeting.
It is not known if the Camerons ate alone or if they formed a support bladder with another household.
David Cameron and his wife Samantha enjoyed a leisurely dinner at the exclusive London private club Lou Lou & # 39; s in Mayfair, West London, on Friday
Although the capital is subject to Tier 2 rules that forbid people from different households to socialize indoors unless they are in the same “support bubble”, they have been seen unmasked with others Entertaining club guests within the venue
After dinner, Mr. and Mrs. Cameron were spotted again wearing masks as they left the venue and got into a waiting taxi alongside their close guards.
However, Ms. Cameron, 49, took off her mask after getting into the cab.
Most taxi companies, including Uber, say their customers are required to wear masks in vehicles.
Cameron, 54, and his wife own homes in London and Chipping Norton in the Cotswolds, West Oxfordshire.
After dinner, Mrs. Cameron took off her mask as she got into the waiting taxi. Most taxi companies, as well as Uber, require customers to wear masks in their cars during the coronavirus crisis
Mr. Cameron wore a dark blue blazer and jeans, while Mrs. Cameron wore a sleek scarf and patterned blue maxi dress for her evening out
It was probably an expensive evening at Loulou's for the Camerons. An on-site gin and tonic costs £ 20 while a main course will set guests back around £ 40
Mr. Cameron walked slightly behind his wife as she got into her waiting taxi
It was probably an expensive evening at Loulou's for the Camerons. An on-site gin and tonic costs £ 20 while a main course will set guests back around £ 40.
Last month, Chancellor Rishi Sunak and his billionaire heiress Akshata Murthy dined at Loulou after the suspension in England ended.
The venue is owned by Robin Birley, the "King of Clubs" who also owns the club next door, Oswald & # 39; s.
Mr. and Mrs. Cameron own a house in London and also in Chipping Norton in the Cotswolds. In the picture: The couple's close protection officer followed closely behind them in front of Loulous
Mr Cameron resigned as Prime Minister in 2016 after the UK voted to leave the EU. Pictured: He and his wife in Mayfair last night
Mrs. Cameron wore a pair of high-heeled snakeskin boots as part of her stylish ensemble
In July, the Daily Mail's Richard Eden revealed how Birley had spent millions of his own money attracting members to his fashionable Mayfair nightspots.
He gave each member of Loulou and Oswald a free meal worth an astonishing £ 500.
Mr and Mrs Cameron's final outing comes after the former Prime Minister decided to wear a baseball cap for a walk in Kensington, west London last month.
He appeared to have borrowed some style tips from his predecessor as Conservative Party leader William Hague – who famously wore baseball caps after taking over the party in 1997.
Mr. Cameron dutifully followed his wife into her waiting taxi after the expensive meal