The festive evening was held in the “tiny” company.
American actress Selma Blair, famous for her role in films about Hellboy, shared her feelings about an unusual Christmas for her after the coronavirus and the death of her mother. On her page on the social network, she wrote: “It was difficult for me to stay awake and cry. The vacation was difficult for some. First Christmas without Mom. ” In her post, the star described how she met the Christmas holidays with her 9-year-old son Arthur amid the ongoing pandemic.
The actress celebrated Christmas in a “tiny” company with her son. She said that she did not invite either friends or relatives, as she was worried about Molly Cook’s mother, who died in May of this year. In a post on Instagram, Selma also wrote words of gratitude and sympathy to everyone who was at the forefront of the COVID-19 pandemic: “Medical professionals, teachers and restaurant owners. I humbly thank you for being here. “
This year turned out to be difficult for the actress also because earlier (in 2018) she had a disappointing diagnosis – multiple sclerosis, which over time influenced the star. Blair tries not to hush up what is happening to her and openly talks about what happens to her because of the disease, both physically and emotionally. As a guest in one of Miley Cyrus’s programs, Selma shared that she supports psychologically everyone who is faced with a “horrifying” diagnosis and talked about how she helps her fight the disease.
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Author: Galina Skozlovskaya