Dua Lipa appears to have met up with her family amid the coronavirus lockdown to celebrate her younger sister Rina’s 19th birthday.

The New Rules singer shared snaps of herself and her family celebrating with a barbeque. She has previously been spending the lockdown with her boyfriend, Anwar Hadid.

In one photo, Dua shared a snap of Rina blowing out her candles for her birthday, which falls on 14 May, while another showed her posing with Rina and her brother Gjin in the garden.

Dua’s mother, Anesa Lipa, shared a snap of the whole family together, including Dua’s father, Dukagjin, alongside Rina’s cake.

In another snap, Dua and Anwar can be seen blowing out a dandelion together.

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The couple previously opened up about how they were forced to move into an Airbnb together to isolate, after the singer’s flat flooded.

Speaking to Lorraine Kelly on Good Morning Britain about how she’s coping in isolation, Dua said: ‘I’m still in the Airbnb. I think my boyfriend and I are quite used to making anywhere a home, we travel a lot.

‘My flat flooded after I got back from Australia, and when the self-isolation thing happened I had to quite quickly find a spot.’

Revealing how the couple are coping being all cooped up together, Dua continued: ‘It’s been really, really good.

‘We’re good at doing our own things and then coming together to watch a movie or to play a game or do some painting.’

Lockdown measures are currently in place in the UK, with residents being asked to only make essential journeys. While measures are slowly being eased, households have not been allowed to mix just yet.

Dua’s also been keeping herself busy in lockdown, recently revealing that she and Normani have been working on a collaboration which is set to be released ‘soon’.

Metro.co.uk has contacted reps for Dua Lipa for comment.

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