Amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Marion Ross has revealed what she had been up-to. The actress revealed that she had simply been staying out of trouble.
Marion Ross, who starred as Marion Cummingham in the 1974 Comedy series, "Happy Days," recently revealed what her daily routine looks like amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
While speaking to Fox News, Ross explained that her quarantine routine was a simple one. According to her, all her day entailed was staying indoors and staying out of trouble.
The actress also revealed that she was getting support from her family, who had been ensuring she stayed safe amid the pandemic. Ross further explained that her family was extremely committed to her wellbeing. She added:
"My daughter and son also bring me groceries and make sure I have everything I need."
The 91-year-old went on to speak about this period being an excellent opportunity to connect and bond with family members. She also added that she had been reaching out to some of her friends to know how they are and also to have a chat.
Marion's children, Jim Meskimen and Ellen Plummer, are also in Hollywood just like their mother.
In a bid to keep being positive during this crisis, Marion stated that she had tried to stay off the news as much as she could. When asked for her motherly advice to people during the pandemic, Ross had a simple message to share. She said:
"We will get through this, children. Just be good and stay home!"
While growing up in Minnesota, young Marion had strong desires to become an actress. Her acting career kicked off in the early '50s after she landed a contract with Paramount studio.
Marion's children, Jim Meskimen and Ellen Plummer, are also in Hollywood just like their mother. While Jim works as an actor, Ellen has worked as a writer for popular series such as "Friends."
It appears Marion didn't just have a successful career; she also has two successful children who she clearly inspires!