Gwyneth Paltrow of 'Iron Man' Fame Slammed for Going out in Gloves, Face Mask & Sunglasses to Buy Groceries
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, actress Gwyneth Paltrow recently stepped out to buy some groceries taking all essential safety measures, but some netizens didn't approve of it.
From royalty to common folks, coronavirus pandemic has threatened the lives of people from all around the world. Many countries including China, France, India, Nepal, and the UK have implemented mass quarantines.
People around the world have isolated themselves and do not step out unless they need daily essentials, most of which are scarce.
Recently, the "Iron Man" actress Gwyneth Paltrow also stepped out to buy some groceries but she didn't do so without taking extreme measures to prevent the contraction of COVID-19.
The "Goop" founder, who is currently staying in isolation with her family, donned a protective mask and gloves as she headed out to stock up on food items.
The actress shared a snapshot of herself carrying grocery bags on Instagram. The picture was snapped as she was heading back home after a trip to her local farmers market with her husband, Brad Falchuk.
It’s not the time for denial. We must take this seriously and shelter in place.
SOME FANS DIDN'T APPROVE
According to Paltrow, she heard that many people were going hiking or spending time in public parks during this chaotic time. She urged her fans to take the situation seriously and not venture out unnecessarily.
"It’s time for nesting, reading, cleaning out closets, doing something you’ve always wanted to do."
She ended her message on a hopeful note, sharing that the world will get through these hard times together and humanity will shine like never before.
Paltrow had taken all safety measures to head out, but not all fans were happy to see her like that. Many of her fans argued that her trip to the farmer's market was unnecessary and that there are other people who are more in need of such protective masks and gloves.
In other news, Brad Paisley is also doing his part to help the community. The singer owns a free grocery store in Nashville that is now delivering a week's worth of groceries to elderly individuals.
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