The reality star, 30, is living in her Newcastle home, but invited her dad into her home for some food.
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Sophie filmed her dad walking into her house for her 2.1 million Instagram followers, despite government rules banning people from entering a household that's not their own.
The star said: "Hello, we've got a visitor! What's in the bag? You've got Middle Eastern rice.
Sophie then explained: "Dad's come over to show us how to make this – Iranian rice and this is called tahdig."
They then also enjoyed a curry made with Greek yogurt together.
The Sun Online has contacted Sophie's reps for comment.
The government's rules say people can only meet one parent, family member or friend outside, while standing two metres apart.
The Geordie Shore star is not the only celebrity seen floating the lockdown restrictions amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Before the Prime Minister announced the easing of restrictions, Gemma Collins was accused of flouting the rules to see boyfriend James Argent.
A source told MailOnline the reality TV star was seen leaving Arg's house after she travelled 40 minutes to see him.
The couple have been living apart for the last seven weeks as Gemma filmed her ITVBe show Diva on Lockdown from home.
But she was spotted leaving at Arg's house on Saturday and again the next day.
An insider said: "Gemma parked her car down the street and in someone else's driveway to prevent people from seeing her but she still didn't go unnoticed.
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"Arg lives at least 40 minutes from Gemma, so she's absolutely broken the government's rules to see him."
At the time – reported on May 4 – people were not allowed to meet friends or family outside their household.
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