Joel Edgerton smokes an e-cigarette while coming out of self-isolation after flying to Sydney from the Turks and Caicos 17 days ago
He flew from the Turks and Caicos Islands to Australia last month and, like other international arrivals, went on self-isolation for two weeks.
And Joel Edgerton came out of quarantine on Friday and, after 17 days of wear at his Sydney home, looked much worse from wear.
The 45-year-old Zero Dark Thirty star puffed on an e-cigarette while strolling in a white shirt and black shorts.
Freedom! Joel Edgerton smoked an e-cigarette outside his Sydney home on Friday after flying out of the Turks and Caicos Islands to Australia 17 days ago and becoming self-insulated
He wore a beard and held his car keys while staring intently at his iPhone.
Joel’s girlfriend, Vogue fashion editor Christine Centenera, was spotted in Bondi on Wednesday with P.E Nation founder Pip Edwards.
The couple had flown to Sydney Airport from the Turks and Caicos Islands on March 17. Their mandatory period of self-isolation ended on April 1.
Do you feel good to be at home? Joel flew to Sydney Airport from the Turks and Caicos Islands on March 17. His mandatory period of self-isolation ended on April 1
They had arrived before the government ruled that Australians returning from abroad should spend their two-week quarantine period under surveillance in hotels.
As a result, they were allowed to isolate themselves at home.
The first case of coronavirus in the Turks and Caicos Islands was confirmed on March 23, six days after Joel and Christine returned to Australia.
Do not worry! Joel had arrived before the Australian government ruled that citizens returning from abroad should spend their two-week quarantine period under surveillance in hotels
The couple had spent time at the beach resort of Amanyara, on the Caribbean island of Providenciales.
Joel and Christine debuted their romance at GQ Australia’s Man of the Year Awards in Sydney on November 14, 2018.
As of Friday afternoon, there are 5,315 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Australia, including 25 deaths.
Pandemic: As of Friday afternoon, there are 5,315 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Australia, including 25 deaths