3 Elderly Ladies Share Joint Self-Isolation Plans Including Drinking Wine & Watching 'The Crown'
Three grandmothers, who have been friends for over 40 years, decided to self-isolate yet enjoy their time exercising and binge-watching “The Crown.”
While everyone is confined to their home amid the coronavirus pandemic, three elderly friends decided to make the most of their situation by being isolated together.
THE MASTER PLAN
Doreen Burns, Dotty Robinson, and Carol Spark have been friends for over four decades and have proved to be the real-life “Golden Girls” while on self-isolation.
The three elderly women decided to live together once the restriction period in Salford, Greater Manchester begins.
Together, they came up with a list of things to do, which includes exercising in the garden, drinking wine, and watching the Netflix series “The Crown.” Burns shared on “BBC Breakfast:”
“We’re in Carol’s at the moment. Dotty’s got a lovely, long back garden, which would be great for exercising. I have got a front room in case we get techy with each other.”
Her Majesty also thanked those who worked at the frontline and those who are trying to find a way to control and end the pandemic.
The UK government released a guideline that individuals who are 70 years old and above should observe social distancing and take good care of themselves during this trying time.
Included in the guidelines are avoiding gatherings and contact with those with symptoms of the virus, as well as reducing contact with family and friends.
Although the three women claimed they were well and healthy, they chose to abide by the guidelines as not to risk contracting the virus.
A MESSAGE FROM QUEEN ELIZABETH
Her Majesty also thanked those who worked at the frontline and those who are trying to find a way to control and end the pandemic. She wrote on Instagram:
“Now more than any time in our recent past, we all have a vitally important part to play as individuals - today and in the coming days, weeks and months.”
The deadly virus has affected over 100 countries and has claimed thousands of lives, most of whom were above the age of 60.
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