Oprah Winfrey and Her Boyfriend Stedman Graham Do Puzzle Together during Quarantine
Oprah Winfrey and Stedman Graham immersed themselves in a puzzle as they tried to keep busy in the evening while in quarantine.
The longtime couple, Oprah Winfrey and Stedman Graham had a lonely start with their quarantine arrangement because Stedman had to spend the first two weeks staying their guesthouse.
According to Daily Mail, he had been traveling a lot for his work engagements across the country, and the couple decided to take the extra precaution of self-isolating separating.
At the time, Oprah was recovering for pneumonia and wanted to follow the strictest social-distancing measures.
She joked about her conversation with Stedman and said, "I was like, 'You ain't coming in here and sleeping in my bed. It doesn't work that way."
Stedman Graham and Oprah Winfrey arrive on the red carpet for the premiere of "The Butler" on August 5, 2013, New York | Source: Getty Images (Photo by Gilbert Carrasquillo/FilmMagic)
Since reuniting the couple has been inseparable and keeping each entertained. Recently, Oprah revealed her surprise to the activities her and Stedman have enjoyed while spending time together, sheadmitted:
"Never in a million years did I see me and @stedmangraham doing a puzzle on a weekday night."
Oprah shared that she has been coming up with weekly themes for her wellness program, "Your Life in Focus." She revealed this week theme was "Connect," she posed a question based on the week's theme and said:
"How can relationships and, most importantly, yourself grow in this time of social distancing?"
While Oprah has been focusing on her mental and physical growth during the much-needed downtime with Stedman, she had also grown something unique in her vegetable garden.
Just hours before settling down to the puzzle, she excitedly revealed a giant cabbage that she had been growing. In her caption, she teased, "the lockdown has not stopped green things from growing. I get a lot of joy from gardening."
Oprah hasn't let the pandemic affect her philanthropic endeavors. According to CBS Chicago, she has donated $12 million to organizations helping communities struggling to survive amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
The media mogul has chosen five cities that she calls home to which her multi-million-dollar donations will be going towards. These include Chicago, Mississippi, Milwaukee, Nashville, Kosciusko, and Baltimore.