Karen Elson is carrying out random acts of kindness to spread hope during the Covid-19 lockdown.
The British model recently took part in the #VoguePostcardsfromHome photo series on Instagram, in which she shared her experience self-isolating at her home in Nashville, Tennessee with her children Scarlett, 13, and Henry, 12.
Karen later reposted the fashion publication’s post, and shared her gratitude for her own health during the global crisis, noting that she’s trying to do her part to spread hope in her community.
“I count my lucky stars every single day, for my health, my family’s health and that I can provide for my family. These are luxuries that I shall never take for granted ever again,” she wrote alongside a picture of her on her doorstep holding up a sign that reads, “SENDING LOVE TO OUR NEIGHBOURS FROM A DISTANCE.”
“I made this sign for my neighbour and his family as he was hospitalised due to coronavirus. My kids and I wanted to something kind because at this moment random acts of kindness mean everything,” the 41-year-old added.
Karen went on to explain her concern for those struggling during the pandemic, and said her Redhead Radio series on Instagram, in which she sings one of her favourite tracks, has been keeping her going.
“What’s the most challenging for me is worrying about those I know who are seriously ill or for the families of those who have tragically passed and worrying for people I care about who are struggling to survive in this crisis. Singing a song a day is as much a relief for me as it is for anyone who enjoys them,” she concluded.
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