Danielle Armstrong shares struggles of going out in a face mask with her baby daughter Orla
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Danielle Armstrong has candidly admitted she struggled during her shopping trip with daughter Orla, because she had to wear a face mask.
New mum Danielle embarked on a shopping trip with her daughter Orla, who was born in May, as well as her mother and sister to Lakeside shopping centre in Essex.
After returning home with a collection of shopping bags and her baby daughter in tow, Danielle, 32, looked exasperated as she filmed a video of herself on her Instagram story.
In the clip Danielle, who recently showed off her post-baby body after a 21 day challenge, filmed herself with a face covering placed under her chin as she placed her shopping bags on the floor.
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Speaking to the camera, Danielle said: “Real life, I am sweating.”
Danielle then turned the camera to her adorable daughter who was fast asleep in her carseat and said: “Just look at her.”
She then continued: “Right, so me, my mum and my sister went to Lakeside.
“I’ve been buying so much online I thought: ‘I’ve gotta get out, gotta support our shops’.”
After being interrupted by her fiancé Tom Edney coming home, she continued: “Anyway, I’m just explaining about going out in the stores with and mask on, with a baby – hottest day of the year I feel like, it’s not but I’m sweating.
“It’s just all a bit much, it weren’t enjoyable.”
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As of Friday 24 July it is now compulsory for people in England to wear a face covering in shops, shopping centres and supermarkets as well as banks, building societies, post offices and on public transport as well as inside “indoor transport hubs” such as airports and train stations.
But, you are not required to wear a face mask in restaurants with table service, bars and pubs as well as cinemas, casinos, museums and gyms.
The government website also suggests: “You are also strongly encouraged to wear a face covering in other enclosed public spaces where social distancing may be difficult and where you come into contact with people you do not normally meet.”
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