Stay at home as much as you can during these uncertain times of the Covid-19 outbreak. It looks like celebrity mummy Stefanie Sun has been heeding the advice. So, what has she been up to at home?
Well, letting the sun in to warm up her place, according to Stefanie.
This was one of the eight things that could be done at home, said the singer in a series of photos posted on her social media accounts on Tuesday (March 24).
Other activities are doing stretching, taking selfies, growing plants, video chats, discovering new things online, playing peek-a-boo and reading.
She posted several photos of the above activities, including playing peek-a-boo with her daughter and several books on her shelf.
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Her daughter appears for the first time in her photos, but her face cannot be seen clearly in them.
Stefanie, 41, is married to Dutch-Indonesian businessman Nadim van der Ros, and they have a seven-year-old son “Little Na” and a daughter who turns two in July.
Fellow local singer JJ Lin commented on her Instagram that she could write songs while staying at home.
Stefanie released her last studio album, No. 13 – A Dancing Van Gogh, in 2017.
Stefanie will be celebrating her 20th year in show business this year, as she announced in January that her new concert tour will kick off in June. Details of the tour, including for the planned Singapore stop, have yet to be unveiled.
A version of this article first appeared in The Straits Times.
(Photo: Stefanie Sun/Instagram)
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