Adrienne Bailon and Israel Houghton Share a Video Wearing Matching Masks – See Her Advice to Fans
Adrienne Bailon posted a video of her and her hubby goofing around in matching facemasks. Bailon also shared some essential everyday advice to her followers.
American singer, actress, and TV personality Adrienne Bailon seems to be having a peach of a time following her latest social media appearance.
Bailon, who recently expressed her gratitude for living and bonding with her entire family due to the novel Coronavirus pandemic, shared an adorable clip of her and her husband, Israel Houghton, on Thursday.
Adrienne Bailon and Israel Houghton attending an event on a yacht in October 2018. | Photo: Getty Images
The loop video which the actress shared with her 5 million Instagram followers featured Bailon and Houghton smiling at the camera while wearing matching black face masks.
Houghton seemed particularly cheerful as the gospel singer played with his mask, sliding it off only to put it back on while donning a big smile. Adrienne then took the opportunity to offer her fans some advice for their everyday activities. She said:
"...stay hydrated, be anti-racist, wear a mask, wash your hands, take care of each other, love yourself."
Bailon's message was warmly received by her adoring fans who expressed their love for the couple and confirmed that they follow the suggestions on her daily checklist religiously.
Others praised the actress for her performance on the daytime talk show "The Real" as well as her music efforts while some fans queried Bailon about where she and Houghton got the eye-catching masks.
Bailon and Houghton have been criticized for not having any children.
The couple recently moved to their new house in Calabasas, California. However, due to the emergence of the novel Coronavirus, the state governor announced a statewide shelter-in-place order the day after the duo's big move.
Consequently, Bailon and Houghton spent the first few weeks at their new home with almost no furniture to speak of as the lockdown also impacted their internal decoration plans.
Nonetheless, the duo refused to let the situation get in the way of their lives and they found innovative ways to continue their hectic schedules. Bailon said about their dilemma:
"We hate the reason why we're quarantined, but we've really been enjoying and loving this time at home together."
Bailon has also found ways to help her community. She regularly shares information about the Black Lives Matter movement on social media, including suggestions about where people can donate to the campaign. She also often highlights the importance of voting.
Bailon and Houghton have been married for nearly four years. The couple tied the knot on November 11, 2016 at the lovely Hotel Plaza Athénéel in Paris where they had previously gotten engaged.
It's not been all fun and rosy for the duo. They have come under harsh scrutiny for not having any children since their marriage, given Bailon's fertility struggles. However, the two remain a happy couple.