The former world champion from Bolton, Greater Manchester, posted a video of the large gathering on his social media, telling the camera: ‘All the boys are here.’
Khan said the party was a ‘surprise’ with his family and friends also appearing to have hired a private chef and installed a huge sign in lights displaying his nickname ‘King’.
He lives in a £1.5million six-bedroom house with his wife Faryal Makhdoom, 29, and their three children Muhammad, Lamaisah and Alayna in Bolton – a tier three area.
A huge boxing-themed cake was made by staff at Zara Cakes Manchester, based in Prestwich, which confirmed to MailOnline it was a delivery to a Manchester address.
However it is not known where last night’s party was held, apart from in a property thought to have been hired. The menu included steak, chicken and sea bass.
The chef is believed to have been Alex Beard, a three Michelin star-trained chef based in the Lake District who charges up to £160 per person for bookings.
In the video posted online last night, Khan, 34, tells the camera: ‘All the boys are here… So, basically it was a surprise for me – and they did this for me as well, ‘King’.
‘So it was a birthday surprise in the house where I had dinner with everyone, my close friends. And we’ve brought Lamaisah along as well – Lamaisah!’
Neither police nor Khan’s representatives have yet commented on the party, which comes ahead of the couple’s new BBC reality show Meet The Khans in March 2021.
It is the fourth time during the coronavirus pandemic that Khan has been accused of breaking Covid-19 rules, and it also comes following other reported breaches in recent days by the likes of Sky News presenter Kay Burley and pop star Rita Ora.
A source close to Khan confirmed to MailOnline this morning that the party was not at the boxer’s home, and had been organised by his wife and eldest child.
The other two children are with his mother-in-law in New York – and Khan’s parents, siblings and other members of his family were not invited. Khan later removed the videos showing the meal from his Instagram, but they were still on his Snapchat.
Former world champion boxer Amir Khan from Bolton, Greater Manchester, posted a video of the large gathering on his social media, telling the camera: ‘All the boys are here’
Boxer Amir Khan poses with his birthday cake at his party which was held at a hired property
Khan’s birthday party last night was held following a surprise by his wife Faryal Makhdoom, 29
Khan, who has not fought since July 2019 when he beat Billy Dib in Saudi Arabia, has insisted he is not ready to retire amid hopes he will soon fight rival Kell Brook.
Indoor gatherings of people from multiple households are banned in all tier two and three areas, with people in tier three only allowed to gather in public open spaces.
Chef who has cooked for royalty and worked with the Roux family
Private chef Alex Beard has cooked for royalty and heads of state is thought to have been hired by Amir Khan’s friends and family for last night’s birthday party.
He worked for five years up to Senior Sous Chef at the Waterside Inn in Bray, a flagship three Michelin star restaurant founded by the Roux family.
Mr Beard, 35, was trained in French cooking under the guidance of Michel and Alain Roux, and last November took over at the The Punch Bowl in Crosthwaite, Cumbria, which is a two AA rosette restaurant.
He studied at Lancaster University but decided to move to the Lake District with his wife Helen after travelling the world and cooking in Italy and India.
It comes six weeks after Khan was accused of breaking two-week quarantine rules after travelling from New York to Britain and failing to self-isolate.
The boxer posted pictures from a trip to the US, including a picture with his daughter Alayna, two, at Staten Island Mall – before uploading another image of him in London taken nine days afterwards.
Khan also visited ex-diplomat of Pakistan, Mansoor Raja, at his residence in London during the two-week period, which could also have potentially put him at risk.
In a further Instagram story, he posed with his arms around a group of four friends, which appeared to be another break in following social distancing rules.
It is not known if Khan is exempt from the current rules given his status as a sporting professional, but if he is not, then the overseas travel documented on his Instagram profile would suggest he is in breach of the regulations.
The father-of-three was also previously accused of breaking lockdown restrictions in August when he celebrated Eid with friends and family in Bolton.
And in May, he was also reported to have flouted the rules after meeting up with his parents following a three-year feud, so they could meet his son, Muhammad Zaviyar, for the first time since he was born.
Khan, who has still been travelling throughout the pandemic, went on holiday with his wife Faryal to Dubai in September, with the pair sharing photos from the luxury destination.
Khan’s family and friends hired a private chef to cook for them at his birthday party last night
Khan has not fought in a boxing match since July 2019 when he beat Billy Dib in Saudi Arabia
Khan is not the only celebrity to have been accused of breaking coronavirus rules in recent weeks.
Kay Burley and a string of Sky News staff have been taken off air after the channel launched a probe into claims they broke virus rules while celebrating her 60th birthday.
The veteran journalist was absent from presenting duties yesterday after issuing an apology for ‘inadvertently’ breaching Tier Two restrictions during the event in London on Saturday.
She and her close friend, Sky’s political editor Beth Rigby, attended a birthday dinner with eight other friends and colleagues at Soho’s Century Club restaurant.
Sky News host Kay Burley and her close friend, political editor Beth Rigby, attended a birthday dinner with eight other friends and colleagues at Soho’s Century Club restaurant
Last week pop star Rita Ora was caught celebrating her 30th birthday with a party at a Notting Hill restaurant
Miss Burley later ‘popped’ in to another restaurant after the 11pm curfew. It was claimed some of the group then returned to her London home to continue the party. Miss Burley later issued an apology for what she described as an ‘error in judgement’.
But the Mail understands Miss Burley – a bedrock of Sky News – and the others who attended the dinner have been taken off air while an internal inquiry is carried out.
Back in May, Miss Burley grilled minister Michael Gove on No10 aide Dominic Cummings’s car journey from London to Durham. She also questioned Matt Hancock on Professor Neil Ferguson’s breach of restrictions to visit his girlfriend.
Last week pop star Rita Ora was caught celebrating her 30th birthday with a party at a Notting Hill restaurant.