Rita Ora is ‘told off by parents’ after breaking lockdown rules twice

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Rita Ora has been given a talking to by her parents Vera and Bresnik after breaking lockdown rules twice, reports claim.

The I Will Never Let You Down singer, 30, was forced to apologise on two separate occasions after she broke lockdown rules – once for her illegal birthday party and a second time for failing to quarantine for 14 days after a trip to Egypt.

Rita has since received backlash for her actions including from Good Morning Britain star Piers Morgan,Emily Andrea and Kerry Katona.

And it’s now been reported that her parents Vera and Bresnik have had “words with her” over her recent rule-breaking.

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A source has told The Sun Online: “Rita knows she’s let her fans down massively and feels a huge weight of responsibility on her shoulders.

“Her parents have been the latest to step in and have words with her.

“Her mum Vera visited her on Sunday to give her a real ticking off. And then Rita’s dad Besnik took her out for a long walk to discuss what had happened.

“Rita knows she has made mistakes and is heartbroken that she’s caused so much pain and disappointment to her fans — let alone her family.

“She is incredibly close to Vera and Besnik and has taken their advice on board.

“Rita is a huge name in the music business but she is also a young woman who makes mistakes. She has learnt from this.”

Since the backlash over her illegal birthday gathering, which she paid a £10,000 fine to police for, it’s understood Rita is now focussing on her music.

Rita, who said she planned to spend her birthday with her parents before her rule break, is said to be back in the studio and working on new songs after the release of her latest album in November 2018.

The insider added: “Rita is pouring all her concentration into her music now.

“She is determined to make her fans proud again.”

It comes after Rita was forced to apologise for a second time after it was discovered she broke the 14 day government quarantine rule to attend her birthday bash.

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The Mail on Sunday reported that Rita flew to Cairo on 21 November to perform at the five-star W Hotel, before returning to London the following day – meaning she should have isolated until Sunday 6 December.

But, she held her illegal birthday party days later on on 28 November.

She has since apologised in a statement, which read: “I recently flew to Egypt to perform at a corporate event for a private company, where my travel party followed protocol and presented negative Covid tests upon entry, as required by Egyptian authorities.

“Upon my return to Britain, I should have followed Government advice and isolated myself for the required period. As you know, I didn’t follow Government advice and… I apologise again, unreservedly.”

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