Victoria Beckham admits ‘everything feels strange and uncertain’ with coronavirus and thanks fans for kindness – The Sun


VICTORIA Beckham has admitted she is finding everything “strange” and “uncertain” amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The 45-year-old took to Instagram today to post an inspirational message about the situation and to thank the NHS for their hard work.

⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates

She wrote: “Everything feels strange and uncertain with Covid-19.

"My thoughts have been with all of you – my community and your loved ones.

"I hope everyone is keeping safe and protecting themselves x.”

She continued: "We are continuing to learn from the experts and navigating a new way of communicating and supporting each other through this time.



"Most of all, I am thinking of the incredible NHS staff and healthcare workers around the world."

The fashion designer concluded: “The solidarity and kindness that has spread online is overwhelming and we must continue to be kind and resilient.”

It is unclear if Victoria, David and their kids Brooklyn, 21, Romeo, 17, Cruz, 15, and Harper, eight, are still in Miami or if they have returned to the UK.

They had flown out to be beside David for the launch of his football team.

Victoria revealed at the time that they had made the decision to go because family was “the most important thing” at times like this.

She wrote: "The family and I are here in Miami for the launch of @davidbeckham ’s team.

"At times like this, the most important thing is to be with loved ones and to support each other.

"Let’s listen to the experts and stay safe x kisses from us all x".

CORONAVIRUS CRISIS – BE IN THE KNOW

Get the latest coronavirus news, facts and figures from around the world – plus essential advice for you and your family.

To receive our Covid-19 newsletter in your inbox every tea time, sign up here.

To follow us on Facebook, simply 'Like' our Coronavirus page.

Victoria’s comments come as coronavirus fatalities today hit 137 as Northern Ireland recorded its first death and Scotland's death toll doubled.

Scotland recorded three more deaths in the past 24 hours, bringing its total toll to six as the deadly bug continues to sweep across the UK with 2,692 cases.

Schools across the UK will be shut down by the end of the week as part of the response to the deadly bug.

Source: Read Full Article