American television journalist Don Lemon shares pictures of himself and his personalized lemon-printed face mask in a new Instagram post.
CNN anchor Don Lemon took to his Instagram account to share pictures of himself wearing a personalized face mask with lemons on it and revealed it was a gift from a friend.
Don Lemon at Apple TV+'s "The Morning Show" world premiere in October 2019. | Photo: Getty Images
The first picture showed Don Lemon sitting in a car wearing a black shirt and a facemask. The mask had a black background, which allowed the lemons on it to stand out distinctively.
The second image was of several beautiful face masks that looked to have been hand made. Some of them were of bright backgrounds and had lemons on them similar to the one Don wore. Others were of various patterns and designs. Captioning the post, Don wrote:
"Thanks to my friend @wdrewsmith for the personalized face masks. He began quilting to pass the time on quarantine & got good fast."
Don Lemon, who got engaged to his partner Tim Malone last year, has been following the rules of quarantine and social distancing strictly after being advised by his friend and co-anchor Chris Cuomo.
Thanks to his friend, Don has been able to make his face masks more stylish and suited to his name with the lemons imprinted on the face masks.
He believed Chris would make a full recovery.
Following the post, were comments sent from well-wishers and lovers of the news anchor. Within hours of the post dropping, it had gained over 15,000 likes, and the numbers seem only to increase.
Although comments on the post were eventually limited, some people were still able to get their message across to Don Lemon. One user expressed that she would love to get a customized mask for herself while another said the masks were fitting for Don. Someone also said:
"Great ??. Please wear them all the time whenever you go outside! Stay Safe!!!!?❤️?."
Don recently got emotional while hosting a show when he was asked about his friend and co-anchor Chris Cuomo, who has had to battle the novel coronavirus.
Don revealed that although he believed Chris would make a full recovery, he was saddened by the fact that his friend had to battle the virus in the first place.
While he found it hard to deal with the loss of his sister when she died from a drowning accident sometime in 2018, he expressed that the experience has made him value friendship and relationships more.
With the country set to begin easing the lockdown, it seems Don is ready and fully kitted with one of the essentials needed to navigate the new way of living.