The state of California might be in lockdown as the coronavirus crisis continues to unfold, but that hasn’t stopped Goldie Hawn from taking a break from isolation to step out for a spot of exercise over the weekend. The actress was spotted taking a walk with a friend in Los Angeles over the Easter break.
The star of The First Wives Club wore a black tank top and tights, paired with blue and black trainers. She accessorised with a chic straw visor to protect her from the sun, chunky gold jewellery and black leather bumbag. But the real showstopper of her exercise ensemble was a bright blue face mask which perfectly complimented her blue shoes.
While residents of California have been urged to remain indoors as much as possible in an effort to slow the spread of the virus, people are allowed to venture outdoors for exercise, while still practising social-distancing.
Goldie, 74, is no stranger to staying active. Just last month she shared a video of her dancing enthusiastically to her favourite song with her Instagram followers. Dressed in activewear, the 74-year-old let her hair down and threw her hands up in the air to the hit song, ‘Dance Monkey’ by Aussie artist Tones and I.
Taking to Instagram to share the short video clip of her dance routine, Goldie wrote: “Dancing my Wednesday away to @tonesandi ‘Dance Monkey’???????????? I love this song so much, I can’t even stop to answer the phone!”
Her energetic performance received much attention from fans who flooded the post with comments of admiration.
“Love you, sweet and adorable Goldie!” @lynnecampisithomas wrote. “U [sic] make the world a better place!” While another added: “This song is my JAM! Goldie just made it 1000 per cent better!” Another commenter referred to Goldie as their “spirit animal”.
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