Arnold Schwarzenegger Dines with His Horse and Donkey While Self-Isolating Amid Coronavirus Pandemic
Arnold Schwarzenegger shared a new clip that showed him feeding his horse and donkey, Whiskey and Lulu.
Amidst the rampage of the coronavirus, actor, and former governor of California, Arnold Schwarzenegger has shared a view of his life during self-isolation.
The 72-year-old used Instagram to show his fans what eating looked like at his house as he not only ate but also fed his horse and donkey, Whiskey, and Lulu.
Although [Arnold] has followed the quarantine rules to a T, the former governor took a break over the weekend when he took a much-needed walk around his neighborhood
During the duration of the short clip, Arnold was heard talking to the animals as he told them the food belonged to him and not them.
Through the post’s caption, the actor let his nearly 20 million followers know that he had just rounded up his workout routine. Arnold’s post came just days after he shared a few words of advice for his fans and followers.
"No one is allowed out. Especially someone who is 72 years old. After 65, you’re not allowed out your house anymore in California, so you gotta stay home...”
Although he has followed the quarantine rules to a T, the former governor took a break over the weekend when he took a much-needed walk around his neighborhood
Daily Mail divulged that Arnold was seen while out on a bike ride near his home in Los Angeles where he met with a few other people. For the ride, the “Predator” actor wore black sweatpants with a brown coat, sneakers, and dark sunglasses.
Arnold had even taken to enjoying his break from work by soaking in his Jacuzzi as reported by Metro UK. According to the outlet, the actor had shared a video to his Twitter feed which showed him rocking a cap, dark shades and a cigar in his left hand.
Stay. At. Home. That means you, too, spring breakers. pic.twitter.com/jUOgjLaOGN— Arnold (@Schwarzenegger) March 18, 2020
Speaking directly to the camera, 72-year-old Arnie said that he had just finished a bike ride and was enjoying a soak with respect to the stay indoors rules.
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