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Diane Keaton dons a medical mask, latex gloves, and a deputy star while walking

Diane Keaton dons medical mask, latex gloves, and a deputy star on a walk in Los Angeles during a corona virus pandemic

She is known for her often eccentric appearance.

And Diane Keaton was back on Saturday, with the 74-year-old Academy Award-winning actress wearing an eclectic ensemble on a walk in Los Angeles.

The Annie Hall star clearly had the coronavirus before and in the middle of her mind, with a medical mask and latex gloves for the outing.

Idiosyncratic: Diane Keaton was back on Saturday with the 74-year-old Academy Award-winning actress wearing an eclectic ensemble on a walk in Los Angeles

Idiosyncratic: Diane Keaton was back on Saturday with the 74-year-old Academy Award-winning actress wearing an eclectic ensemble on a walk in Los Angeles

The First Wives Club actress paired the quarantine dress with houndstooth-patterned trousers and a heavily knitted cardigan.

There was a scarf around her neck and she covered her silver tresses with a baseball cap marked with the letter ‘d’.

Keaton – born Diane Hall – added a touch of flair to the outfit with a pin-on Sheriff’s Deputy Badge that reads ‘ARIZONA TERRITORY’.

The look: the First Wives Club actress paired the quarantine attire with houndstooth-patterned pants and a heavy knitted cardigan

The look: the First Wives Club actress paired the quarantine attire with houndstooth-patterned pants and a heavy knitted cardigan

The look: the First Wives Club actress paired the quarantine attire with houndstooth-patterned pants and a heavy knitted cardigan

A flair to remember: Keaton - born Diane Hall - added a touch of flair to the outfit with a pin-on sheriff's deputy badge that reads 'ARIZONA TERRITORY'

A flair to remember: Keaton - born Diane Hall - added a touch of flair to the outfit with a pin-on sheriff's deputy badge that reads 'ARIZONA TERRITORY'

A flair to remember: Keaton – born Diane Hall – added a touch of flair to the outfit with a pin-on sheriff’s deputy badge that reads ‘ARIZONA TERRITORY’

Keaton is just one of millions of California residents living under ‘stay-at-home’ orders amid the coronavirus pandemic that is flooding the world.

The order, which entered into force on March 19 by Governor Gavin Newsom, means that only “essential services” are open and operational, in an effort to slow down the spread of the deadly COVID-19 virus.

Residents are still allowed to leave their home to buy food and exercise, but are encouraged to keep a distance of 6 feet between each other while on the move.

The order is effective until further notice.

In a class of its own: Diane is known for her often eccentric red carpet looks. Seen here in May last year

In a class of its own: Diane is known for her often eccentric red carpet looks. Seen here in May last year

In a class of its own: Diane is known for her often eccentric red carpet looks. Seen here in May last year

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