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5 celebrity blended families who are making it work during coronavirus lockdown


5 celebrity blended families who are making it work during coronavirus lockdown - EpicNews

Sharnaz Shahid

During the coronavirus pandemic, these stars have been making positive their youngsters spend high quality household time with each their dad and mom. From Bruce Willis and Demi Moore holding pyjama events to Stacey Solomon and Joe Swash, we check out a number of the celebrity blended families who have been making their preparations work amid the restrictions, which has been enforced all around the world.

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Peter Andre and Kate Price

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Over the course of the deadly outbreak, the doting dad-of-four has been taking good care of his eldest two youngsters Junior, 14 and Princess, 12, whom he shares with ex-wife Katie Prince. Earlier this month, the previous mannequin opened up about her reunion with their youngsters after spending six weeks aside from them. “I can’t believe how much the kids have grown in six weeks – Pete’s had them sleeping in grow bags,” she informed the Sun. “I welled up, it’s been a tough six weeks not being able to hug them.”

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Stacey Solomon and Joe Swash


On Monday, the Loose Women star revealed that her eldest two sons had gone to their fathers’ homes during their half-term. “The big boys have gone to their dads’ for the holidays,” she mentioned on Instagram Stories. “The little one is still sleeping – I think he’s catching up on his birthday. [Joe] has gone to the shop, so I’m sunbathing in the garden.”

Bruce Willis and Demi Moore


Bruce has been self-isolating in Idaho together with his ex-wife Demi and their three daughters Scout, Rumer and Tallulah. Sending social media into meltdown after a photograph of the actor posing together with his household went viral, many had been fast to ask why Bruce’s present spouse, Emma Heming Willis and their two younger daughters Mabel, eight, and Evelyn, 5, had been nowhere to be seen. Setting the file straight final month, Scout defined that her stepmum Emma had initially supposed to affix the group however a medical emergency had left her stranded in Los Angeles. “Travel got crazy, so my stepmom stayed in LA with my little sisters,” she mentioned. After spending over 4 weeks aside, Bruce and Emma had been lastly reunited this month.

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Reese Witherspoon and Ryan Phillippe


Reese and Ryan’s eldest son has been splitting their time between each dad and mom. The father-and-son duo have been having fun with numerous sporty actions – together with bike driving – for the reason that begin of COVID-19. The Cruel Intentions actor took to social media just lately to pose with alongside his son with a masks and gloves. “Safe bois out for essentialz,” he captioned. Meanwhile, Reese has shared numerous glimpses into her house life along with her three youngsters.

Fearne Cotton and Jesse Wood


The radio presenter recently spoke of the difficulties of getting a blended household during the coronavirus lockdown. Speaking on digital camera as she home-schooled her son Rex, Fearne informed her followers: “I, like many of you, are part of a blended family, and after last night’s announcement it’s really difficult to know how to play that because my step-kids come and go, from both houses, from our house to their mum and step-dad’s.”

Fearne and Jesse Wood share two youngsters; seven-year-old Rex and four-year-old Honey. Fearne can also be a stepmother to Jesse’s son and daughter, 18-year-old Arthur, and 14-year-old Lola. She added: “And from what we’ve read, I think the best approach to take is, as long as both sets of parents have no symptoms – or children – and haven’t had for the last two weeks, we should be able to continue having the kids dropped off, or picking them up, so that we can spend time with them, because the thought of not seeing them for god knows how long, is tricky. There’s so much more I want to say but my brain is scrambled, I haven’t had much sleep. So much love to you all, stay home and safe.”