Don Lemon of CNN and Fiancé Tim Malone Celebrate Easter Together with Simple Meal
CNN's Don Lemon shares a simple Easter meal with fiancé Tim Malone while practicing social distancing measures at home in New York.
With the threat of COVID-19 on the rise, people have been forced to spend Easter Sunday at home with their loved ones.
Despite the different circumstances, Don Lemon and Tim Malone still made the most out of their holiday by eating a hearty meal together.
Don and Tim have had their hands quite full despite being in quarantine, as they've been taking care of their poodles.
Don Lemon and Tim Malone at the “Clive Davis: The Soundtrack of Our Lives” opening Gala in April 2017. | Source: Getty Images/GlobalImagesUkraine
A HEARTY EASTER MEAL
There's nothing that screams "home" more than waffles and bacon, and that's exactly how the CNN anchor and his fiancé decided to celebrate the holiday.
Dressed in matching green sweaters, the pair smiled for the camera before digging into their hearty looking home-cooked meal.
STAYING AWAY AMID THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC
Lemon recently listed his Harlem apartment on the market for $1.75 million to move closer to work. He purchased the unit in 2013 for $1.5 million.
Right now, the lovely couple is in Lemon's Sag Harbor home as they're practicing their social distancing measures, in order to escape from the hustle and bustle of New York City even just for a while.
Although he purchased a new home in New York to be closer to work as compared to Harlem, staying in Sag Harbor amid the COVID-19 pandemic was an easy decision that he and Malone decided to go with.
Don and Tim have had their hands quite full despite being in quarantine, as they've been taking care of their poodles, Boomer and Barkley along with the newest member of their family named Gus.
They brought the adorable pooches along to Sag Harbor, and it appears to be quite a fun-filled family affair for them.
Of course, Don has still been working from home as an anchor on "CNN Tonight," often accompanied by his dogs as he works.
Last year, Malone popped the question to Lemon in their then-home in Harlem, putting two identical tags on Boomer and Barkley that read: "Daddy, will you marry papa?" Of course, his answer was yes.
Now, they are living happy lives, alongside their three darling poodles who keep them company amid everything going on.