‘It’s a look!’: Helen Mirren dons a blue face mask and goggles during a flight while posing for a selfie in PPE
She has spoken out in support of the NHS during the coronavirus pandemic.
And Helen Mirren showed that she does her best to stay safe by posing for a selfie while wearing a face mask and goggles on a Sunday flight.
The 74-year-old actress looked chic as she modeled her PPE alongside an LA Dodgers cap and a casual white sweater.
Safety First: Helen Mirren, 74, made sure to put on a face mask and goggles during a flight in a selfie she shared with her Instagram account on Sunday
Helen made sure that her mask covered both her nose and mouth and even tucked the top of her face under her big glasses.
She completed her travel attire with a pair of white and silver earphones and endorsed the snap “It’s a look!”.
Hundreds of fans went to the comment section to praise Helen for wearing a face cover during her flight.
One person wrote, “Oh thank goodness, someone next to me who is wearing safety goggles and wearing it correctly over the mask is also wearing correctly. Full points. ‘
Support: The British actress (pictured September 2019) has previously praised the NHS for their hard work during the coronavirus pandemic
While another praised the star by medal, ‘serving PPE fierceness’.
Last month, Helen uploaded a candid and heartfelt video to her Instagram to celebrate International Nurses Day and show her support.
In the video she said, “Today is International Nurses Day. I work for L’Oreal with the famous slogan “Because you are worth it”.
“Well, today we can tell the nurses with our hands on our hearts that you are worth it.
Supportive: Dame Helen Mirren spoke out in support of NHS nurses while using the famous L’Oreal slogan ‘Because you were worth it’ last month
“Thank you for everything you did, for your courage and for everything you will do.”
Helen added, “In the future, when you come to negotiate your salary increases, you can say very loudly together” because we’re worth it. ”
The star also recently shared how she kept her ‘dark dragons’ at bay during shutdown – by being stuck in the yard.
The Calendar Girls actress revealed in an interview with Yours magazine: ‘I like to spend time in my garden.
“When I have a few free hours, I love digging in the mud. It is so soothing, rewarding and a really good way to keep away those dark dragons I sometimes have. ‘
Because you’re worth it: the actress uploaded a candid and heartfelt video to her Instagram to celebrate International Nurses Day and show her support