Heidi Klum Is Self-Isolating While Awaiting The Results Of A Coronavirus Test

March 15, 2020 / Posted by:

The undisputed queen of Halloween, Heidi Klum has had a rough few days. Apparently, she started to feel icky last week and had nobody to take to care of her (her husband, former anime character-turned-beefy-babe Tom Kaulitz has been on tour with his band, Tokio Hotel). She even had to call in sick to America’s Got Talent (a show that is definitely still hip and fresh).

With her options running out, Heid had to do something! So she jumped on Instagram and posted a couple of worrying stories about her condition. She suspected she might have the Coronavirus and was desperate to get her hands on a test kit, but to no avail.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GMvkTIW1GbE

Well, Heidi has finally been tested and decided to share the news (not the results). With Tom now finally returned and exhibiting similar symptoms as his wife, the two are taking precautionary measures to stay isolated while waiting for a diagnosis. And she chronicled the pain and difficulty of not being able to jump her husband’s bones in the caption.

https://www.instagram.com/p/B9vJ3QvJy1c/

In case you aren’t taking this seriously enough, Heidi’s put on a black and white filter to really hammer it home. In all seriousness, it is actually TERRIFYING that we are living like this right now. Take some of Heidi’s advice and exercise those hashtags. As for me, I’m going to re-enact this scene later today with my cat from the opposite sides of my glassed-in shower (fully clothed, you pigs!)

Pic: YouTube

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