Tim Robards and Anna Heinrich get on the PDA as they step out of isolation for a walk in Sydney … after neighbors had a coronavirus fear
Tim Robards and wife Anna Heinrich packed the PDA on Sunday while enjoying a sunny morning walk in Sydney.
The couple opted for a break from self-isolation and held hands as they walked through the affluent Rose Bay.
It comes after production on Neighbors has been temporarily halted due to a coronavirus scared, with chiropractor Tim now starring on the hit soap.
Get the sun! Tim Robards and Anna Heinrich packed the PDA as they stepped out of self-isolation to take a walk in Sydney on Sunday … after neighbors had a coronavirus fear
For the relaxing walk, Anna showed her decorated pins in a beige skirt, which she paired with a crisp white T-shirt and white sneakers.
The lawyer and reality TV star wore her blonde locks over her shoulders and dark sunglasses, with light makeup.
Tim also opted for a casual look, with a gray T-shirt and khaki shorts.
Casual: For the relaxing walk, Anna showed her decorative pins in a beige skirt, which she paired with a crisp white T-shirt and white sneakers
The couple looked relaxed on the outing as they walked along the waterfront.
Tim and Anna met in The Bachelor in 2013 and tied the knot in Italy in 2018.
The couple is in a distant past, with Tim in Melbourne for neighbors and Anna in Sydney.
Long distance love! The couple is in a distant past, with Tim in Melbourne for neighbors and Anna in Sydney
Tim told Who magazine in January that while they miss quality time together, they “chat on FaceTime five times a day.”
On Wednesday, it was announced that Neighbors production had stopped due to a coronavirus fear.
But Friday, it was revealed that the long-running soap will resume filming.
Staff returned to set in Nunawading, Melbourne on Friday after an employee who came into contact with a COVID-19 patient was tested negative.
Producers are now taking precautions to reduce the spread of the deadly virus, including dividing the crew and assigning work areas to allow for social distance.
As of Sunday afternoon, there are 1,316 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Australia and seven deaths.
The numbers: As of Sunday afternoon, there are 1,316 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Australia and seven deaths