The “The Good Wife” star has not been wasting time since she recovered from the novel coronavirus disease a few months ago, and she has something new for her fans to enjoy.
63-year-old actress and singer Rita Wilson, the longtime wife of 64-year-old actor Tom Hanks, had a rough start of the year when her husband and her fell ill with COVID-19 early in March, becoming the first celebrities to suffer it.
Fortunately, those days are behind for the couple, and they have since managed to stay busy with their work as much as the pandemic allows, and as for Wilson, she has just announced the release of her latest album “Halfway to Home.”
Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson attending the 92nd Annual Academy Awards at Hollywood and Highland in Hollywood, California in February 2020. I Image: Getty Images.
On September 4, 2020, Wilson took to her Instagram account to promote the album, which is already available both in iTunes and Amazon, posing alongside the vinyl presentation of the record, which features her on the cover.
Wilson looked flawless in the snapshot, donning the same beautiful smile she is seen with on the record cover.
To encourage her fans to buy her record, which is selling for less than five dollars, Wilson reminded them on the post caption that the price is less than what one would pay for “about two cappuccinos.”
“[The album] will give you a musical buzz! Plus, you’ll have it forever!” Wilson added.
Hanks and Wilson recently made headlines together once again when they celebrated having officially become Greek citizens, as no other than the Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis shared on social media late in July.
The politician shared a snapshot that pictured him and his wife Mareva Grabowski next to Hanks and Wilson, with the Hollywood couple holding and showing their Greek passports to the camera.
Wilson is of Greek descent on her mother’s side, and Hanks had already been made an honorary citizen of the country early in January 2020, when he proudly took to his Twitter to reveal.
TOM’S LATEST BIRTHDAY
The official Greek citizenship was kind of a late birthday present for Hanks, who celebrated his 64th birthday on July 9, marking the occasion with a fun day at the pool, as he shared on Instagram.
The Academy Award-winning actor posted a video that captured the moment when he takes a huge dive into a pool, causing a big splash, reproduced in slow motion.
Hanks nicknamed himself a “Greyhound” in the post’s caption, and was happy to add another year to his age, sharing it with his loving fans.