Actress Jane Seymour reveals that she quarantines at Sydney hotel after flying to Australia to film new movie
Jane Seymour has become the latest Hollywood star to take refuge in Australia during the coronavirus pandemic.
In an interview with The Daily Telegraph On Tuesday, the 69-year-old actress revealed that she was quarantined in a Sydney hotel room after recently flying in from the US.
The veteran actress will be filming the upcoming movie Ruby’s Choice in Sydney, saying she was “ very grateful to be able to work in Australia. ”
Down Under: Jane Seymour has become the latest Hollywood star to take refuge in Australia amid the coronavirus pandemic. Depicted
Speaking of quarantined life, Jane revealed that she had not received any special treatment and said she was “fine.”
‘I can handle it. When I see what happened in California, I am so impressed with how Australia handles it. I have absolute respect for whatever inconvenience it may be. It is clearly worth it, “she added.
But she admitted that she arrived in Sydney amid the current pandemic “was scary at first.”
Jetting in: In an interview with The Daily Telegraph on Tuesday, the 69-year-old actress revealed that she was quarantined in a hotel room in Sydney after recently flying in from the US
“They get you off the plane and you really feel like a criminal. It is very frightening, “she said.
“They put you on a bus like a prisoner, and they have police and armed guards.”
After arriving at her quarantine hotel, Jane confessed she was hoping to get a room with a harbor view, but said she was not.
Back to work: The veteran actress is going to film the upcoming movie Ruby’s Choice in Sydney, saying she was ‘very grateful to be able to work in Australia’
“I got all excited because I thought I might see something of Sydney, but they put me in a back room with a wall and a little bit of air and everyone could see Darling Harbor. But not me, ”she added.
The only time she left her hotel room was after injuring her leg during exercise and being rushed to hospital.
Jane said the nurses were “very nice and they are the only people I’ve seen since I got here.”
Life in lockdown: Speaking of quarantined life, Jane revealed she hadn’t received any special treatment and said she was ‘fine’
Her arrival comes after Dannii Minogue and Nicole Kidman infuriated incoming travelers by obtaining special permission to quarantine in the comfort of their home.
After returning to the Gold Coast from the US earlier this month, 48-year-old Dannii and her 10-year-old son Ethan received a medical waiver.
Meanwhile, Nicole, 53, and husband Keith Urban were allowed to quarantine their $ 6.5 million estate in the Southern Highlands after flying from their country to Sydney on Monday with their two daughters, Sunday 12 and Faith, nine.
“Given what happened in California, I am so impressed with how Australia handles it. I have absolute respect for whatever inconvenience it may be. Clearly worth it, ”she said