Armie Hammer’s wife Elizabeth reveals that they and their two children have been quarantined in the Cayman Islands
Armie Hammer’s wife Elizabeth reveals that they have been quarantined in the Cayman Islands with their two children for almost a month, claiming ‘It was not planned’
Armie Hammer and his wife Elizabeth Chambers Hammer drove the corona virus quarantine with their two young children in the Cayman Islands.
Elizabeth, 37, made the announcement Thursday in an Instagram post telling the story of the family’s tub during her stay in tropical paradise.
“Left home yesterday for the first time in almost a month for our second shopping run and the experience was drastically different from before,” she wrote in the caption of a photo showing her in the shop wearing a protective mask and gloves.
Spreading: Armie Hammer and wife Elizabeth Chambers Hammer have been quarantined with their two children in the Cayman Islands for about a month
The former model, 37, and the Call Me By Your Name star, 33, left their Los Angeles home to New York about five weeks ago and headed to the Cayman Islands about a week later.
She said “it was not planned,” but they decided to linger there when the coronavirus outbreak hit a fever.
“Due to travel restrictions, school closings, and the fact that we planned to be here with our extended family for spring break two weeks later, we made this decision for the health and safety of our family. But that’s not the point … I just know that this is a very sensitive time and emotions are increasing, so I felt the need to explain it, ‘wrote Elizabeth.
Coronavirus crisis: Elizabeth, 37, shared how the Hammer family flows during their sequester, along with a photo of her messages for the first time in almost a month
Safety First: The previous model promoted social distance when she returned to grocery shopping in the Cayman Islands on March 25
She then praised how well the government in the British Overseas Territory in the Western Caribbean Sea appears to be handling the COVID-19 crisis.
There are strict curfews, closings, and essential business visits are only allowed on certain days based on the first letter of your last name. And it seems to work. ‘
She added, “There are no lines or crowds and when I asked the cashier if they were busy / overwhelmed on weekends she said it is never very busy and no lines due to the mandates. I’ve received reports from a few people that local supermarkets on the east coast have implemented one-way aisles and @birdbakery we use tape on the floor as a guideline for social distance when guests have to come in. ‘
Family affairs: Armie and Elizabeth are locked up in their home in the Cayman Islands with their daughter Harper, five, and son Ford, three; they are depicted on March 10
Before going to the Cayman Islands, the Hammers made a stop in New York City; the couple are pictured on March 9 with their son Ford in NYC
Elizabeth finished the post by asking her 253,000 followers to share how their local businesses and supermarkets and the balance between social distance and customer demand.
“Share and stay safe (and at home if possible),” she concluded.
Her Instagram post comes a day after her husband shared a selfie of his new mohawk and handlebar mustache.
“Killing the game,” Hammer captioned the funny photo that also featured him dressed in a fringed crop top and colorful swimsuit.
Armie’s family moved to the Cayman Islands when he was seven and they lived there for five years.
Cabin Fever Creativity: Armie took to Instagram on Wednesday to debut his mohawk and handlebar mustache