Sadie Frost and son Rafferty Law appear to flout social-distancing rules

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Sadie Frost and her son Rafferty Law appeared to flout social-distancing as they attended a screening for their new lockdown-themed short film.

The actress, 55, and her actor son, 23, arrived at the event to support their new film Contact at The Everyman Screen on the Green in north London on Wednesday.

However while socialising backstage they appeared to ignore government guidelines as they posed in close proximity to their pals, after they ‘rule of six’ was introduced earlier this week. 

New rules? Sadie Frost and her son Rafferty Law appeared to flout social-distancing as they attended a screening for their new lockdown-themed short film (pictured with friend Jess Morris)

New rules? Sadie Frost and her son Rafferty Law appeared to flout social-distancing as they attended a screening for their new lockdown-themed short film (pictured with friend Jess Morris)

While at the screening Sadie posed for snaps with Chairman of Everyman Media Group Paul Wise and her pal Jess Morris, of cult fashion brand Rockins.

Meanwhile, Rafferty stood beside Sonny Hall in one photograph taken outside the theatre, as well in another with his co-star Cora Corre.

Other attendees who were pictured with Sadie and Rafferty included pals Connie Constance, Debbi Clark, and their co-star Simon Jones.

Support: The actress, 55, and her actor son, 23, arrived at the event to support their new film Contact at The Everyman Screen on the Green in north London on Wednesday (pictured with Sonny Hall)

Support: The actress, 55, and her actor son, 23, arrived at the event to support their new film Contact at The Everyman Screen on the Green in north London on Wednesday (pictured with Sonny Hall)

Pose: While at the screening Sadie posed for snaps with Chairman of Everyman Media Group Paul Wise (pictured) and her pal Jess Morris, of cult fashion brand Rockins

Pose: While at the screening Sadie posed for snaps with Chairman of Everyman Media Group Paul Wise (pictured) and her pal Jess Morris, of cult fashion brand Rockins

Close contact: However while socialising backstage they appeared to ignore government guidelines as they posed in close proximity to their pals, after they'rule of six' was introduced earlier this week (pictured with Connie Constance)

Close contact: However while socialising backstage they appeared to ignore government guidelines as they posed in close proximity to their pals, after they ‘rule of six’ was introduced earlier this week (pictured with Connie Constance)

Cuddles: Elsewhere at the screening, Sadie was supported by her mother Mary Davidson, as the duo smiled for the cameras with their arms around each other

Cuddles: Elsewhere at the screening, Sadie was supported by her mother Mary Davidson, as the duo smiled for the cameras with their arms around each other

Elsewhere at the screening, Sadie was supported by her mother Mary Davidson, as the duo smiled for the cameras with their arms around each other.

Also showing his support was Sadie’s boyfriend, Darren Strowger, who has been dating the actress for the past six years.

Sadie and her businessman beau were seen wearing face masks at one point as they tried to stay protected while inside the cinema.

Hanging out: Also showing his support was Sadie's boyfriend, Darren Strowger, who has been dating the actress for the past six years

Hanging out: Also showing his support was Sadie’s boyfriend, Darren Strowger, who has been dating the actress for the past six years

Covered-up! Sadie and her businessman beau were seen wearing face masks at one point as they tried to stay protected while inside the cinema

Covered-up! Sadie and her businessman beau were seen wearing face masks at one point as they tried to stay protected while inside the cinema

While up on stage during a Q&A session, the group appeared observed the one metre distancing rule as they positioned their chairs away from each other. 

MailOnline have contacted representatives for comment. 

The stringent ‘rule of six’ ban came into force across England on Monday, in an attempt to tackle rising coronavirus infection rates by restricting meetings both indoors and outdoors, including homes, parks, pubs and restaurants. 

Police will fine people up to £3,200 if they disobey the rules.

The events industry is currently ‘starring into the abyss’ due to the lack of clarity about the Government ban on gatherings of more than six people, according to the Telegraph.

Group shot: Other attendees who were pictured with Sadie and Rafferty included pals Connie Constance, Debbi Clark, and their co-star Simon Jones

Group shot: Other attendees who were pictured with Sadie and Rafferty included pals Connie Constance, Debbi Clark, and their co-star Simon Jones

The publication reported that events organisers are experiencing mass cancellations within the industry, which supports 700,000 employees.

Jane Longhurst, chief executive of the Meetings Industry Association, said: ‘It hasn’t actually defined what government is trying to do, and there’s no clarity, and it has completely shattered any confidence that anyone holding events had.’ 

If arts events were deemed against the law, the police have the powers to enforce these legal limits, including to issue fines of £100, doubling for further breaches up to a maximum of £3,200. 

Safety first: While up on stage during a Q&A session, the group appeared observed the one metre distancing rule as they positioned their chairs away from each other

Safety first: While up on stage during a Q&A session, the group appeared observed the one metre distancing rule as they positioned their chairs away from each other

Restrictions: The stringent'rule of six' ban came into force across England on Monday, in an attempt to tackle rising coronavirus infection rates by restricting meetings both indoors and outdoors

Restrictions: The stringent ‘rule of six’ ban came into force across England on Monday, in an attempt to tackle rising coronavirus infection rates by restricting meetings both indoors and outdoors

Sadie and Rafferty’s film Contact was shot during lockdown in a bid to bring ‘hope’ to those feeling alone during the trying period of time.

Sadie told Love magazine: ”We were so conscious of this being such a tough time for all the young people whose studies, early careers and passions were stopped in their flow. 

‘I wanted to make something that told their stories.’  

Conflicting: The events industry is currently'starring into the abyss' due to the lack of clarity about the Government ban on gatherings of more than six people, according to the Telegraph

Conflicting: The events industry is currently ‘starring into the abyss’ due to the lack of clarity about the Government ban on gatherings of more than six people, according to the Telegraph

Co-star: Rafferty was pictured with his Contact co-star Cora Corre

Co-star: Rafferty was pictured with his Contact co-star Cora Corre

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