Zoe Saldana of 'Avatar' Reveals Fears of Uncertain Future With Sons as COVID-19 Pandemic Continues
Zoe Saldana expresses her fears for her sons as the Coronavirus pandemic continues to worsen around the world.
For a mother, having to protect your child amid a global pandemic is something that could bring about a lot of anxiety. For Zoe Saldana, she juggles thoughts in her head that she decided to release on social media, particularly about how life is changing for her sons.
Because of how uncertain things are nowadays, it is even an option for them to have to say goodbye to people whom they know, or even to each other.
THE BEST THING TO DO FOR HER CHILDREN
Although Zoe is one of the world's highly sought after actresses, the safety and security of her children will always be her first priority. That is why if moving homes would keep them safe, it's something she's willing to do.
A lot of "maybes" were in the "Avatar" actress' head, and it was all about the uncertainties that the circumstances have brought about.
"Maybe we will never go back to the life I thought would be the same forever, maybe we will have to leave this place and find somewhere safe for you and your brothers..."
LIVING IN UNCERTAIN TIMES
She goes on to say that because of how uncertain things are nowadays, it is even an option for them to have to say goodbye to people whom they know, or even to each other, if the deadly virus reaches their household.
However, despite all the "maybes" in her head, Saldana revealed that she remains hopeful through it all, and it's because of her son's comfort. Through the things they do everyday, she finds comfort in knowing that even though tomorrow may be different, they still have today.
"My sweet child, maybe tomorrow will be different, but today has been, without a shadow of doubt, a good day. And I have you to thank. We still have today, you and I."
Zoe and the rest of her family have been following the self-quarantine measures to try and reduce the spread of the Coronavirus, and while it's brought a lot of anxiety, they've been trying to make the most out of their days together.
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