Olivia Munn shows off her long brown legs as she hugs her dog in the backyard
Olivia Munn enjoyed rest and relaxation on Wednesday with her dog Frankie.
The Love Wedding Repeat actress looked attractive when she lay down and hugged her fluffy white friend.
‘Tie-Dye and Dogs: A Quarantine Story,’ the 39-year-old star endorsed the sunny Instagram snapshots.
Relax! Olivia Munn enjoyed some time in the sun on Wednesday, showing her brown legs as she lay down on a bed in her backyard
Olivia showed off her long brown legs as she donned a small pair of striped shorts with a tie-dye hoodie in shades of blue, pink and yellow.
She let her natural beauty shine, keeping makeup minimal and opted for book glasses over her usual contacts. To make her look easy, she let her chocolate brown locks hang loose.
She played with her dog Frankie in a few of the frames, saw the pup stroke and then brighten up and give him a hug.
Puppy Love: The Love Wedding Repeat actress was with her fluffy white dog Frankie
Tie dye for! ‘Tie-Dye and Dogs: A Quarantine Story,’ the 39-year-old star endorsed the sunny Instagram snapshots
Olivia is quite an animal lover, also the owner of another rescue dog named Chance.
The actress joked about how she and her dogs spend quarantine while talking to Additional last month.
Responding to co-star Sam Claflin talking about his’ heavy ‘quarantine with two toddlers at home, she laughed:’ I’m at home and I’m the parent of two dogs, so I get what he’s going through, I get it! ‘
“We also have the alphabet on our window. Lots of homeschooling for me and my dogs! ‘
Grab your chance! Olivia is quite an animal lover, also the owner of another rescue dog named Chance
Olivia also helped people find their own foster animals at a time when animal shelters urgently need help.
Munn works with dog walking service Wagg and TheGreaterGood.Org to share the Stay Home And Foster initiative.
“It’s very important, because quarantine will close shelters and kill animals,” she explained.
More information can be found at StayHomeAndFoster.com.
Help a Dog: Munn partners with the dog walking app Wagg and TheGreaterGood.Org to share the Stay Home And Foster initiative to encourage people to adopt or groom cats and dogs during home orders