'It's re-calibrated what is important': Hugh Jackman says the silver lining of the COVID-19 pandemic has been spending more time with
‘It’s re-calibrated what is important’: Hugh Jackman says the silver lining of the COVID-19 pandemic has been spending more time with his children
Hugh Jackman has been self-isolating in New York with his wife, Deborra-lee Furness, and their two children during the coronavirus pandemic.
And on Monday, the 52-year-old actor revealed that being able to reconnect with his family has been the one upside of the global health crisis.
‘It’s re-calibrated what is important,’ the Wolverine star told ET Canada.
Silver lining: Australian actor Hugh Jackman,52, admitted being able to spend time together to reconnect with his family amid the coronavirus pandemic has been a bonus
‘In many ways that has been a bonus, the silver lining has been quality time that I thought wouldn’t happen again,’ he continued.
The Greatest Showman star said that he and his family were keeping themselves occupied by doing puzzles together, playing games, watching movies and baking.
Hugh added that he was able to finish watching Stranger Things, Succession and Ozark on Netflix with his 15-year-old daughter, Ava.
‘In many ways that has been a bonus, it has been quality time that I thought wouldn’t happen again,’ the Wolverine star told ET Canada recently. Pictured with his son Oscar in April
Hugh shares Ava, and son Oscar, 20, with his wife, Deborra-lee.
While Hugh appears to have adjusted to life under lockdown, the X-Men actor recently revealed his growing concerns for his children.
Speaking to WHO magazine in May, he said: ‘I mainly worry for my kids right now. I’m not scared for myself.’
Lonely: Hugh recently told WHO magazine he was worried about his children ‘not being around friends’. Pictured alongside his wife Deborra-Lee Furness
‘I am worried about them, their mental state, school, not being around friends and the disruption,’ he added.
It comes after Hugh and Deborra-lee, 64, recently urged fans to stay at home to protect others amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
‘We stay home for all of our family, and for all the people working in essential services. All the doctors and healthcare workers,’ Deborra-lee said.
Staying home: It comes after Hugh and Deborra-lee, 64, recently urged their fans to stay at home to protect others amid the COVID-19 pandemic