She is currently residing in the States alongside her partner, Simon Cowell.
And Lauren Silverman took extra precaution when she headed out to do her food shop in Malibu on Friday.
The socialite, 42, donned a white face mask and plastic gloves to protect herself amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Staying safe: Lauren Silverman took extra precaution when she headed out to do her food shop in Malibu on Friday
Keeping casual, the mum-of-two donned a black zip up hoodie teamed with white sporty leggings.
She pushed a shopping cart filled to the brim with brown bags to her car – no doubt stocking up for her family.
Lauren shares six-year-old Eric with the X Factor judge and has another son, Adam, 14, from a previous relationship.
Extra measures: The socialite, 42, donned a white face mask and plastic gloves to protect herself amid the coronavirus pandemic
For her outing, the beauty wore her raven tresses slicked into a bun and completed her casual ensemble with a large Chanel bag slung around her body.
It comes after Simon pledged to donate £1.3 million to charities that have been hit hard amid the ongoing COVID-19 crisis.
Simon revealed in The Sun he was ‘devastated’ to hear that charities, such as Shooting Star Children’s hospice, were struggling to continue their services due to the ‘knock-on effect’ of the global pandemic.
Chic: Keeping casual, the mum-of-two donned a black zip up hoodie teamed with white sporty leggings
In his own column for the publication, Simon said he would be taking on £500,000 of the deficit faced by Shooting Star, which he is Vice-President of, and he would also continue his pledges that were already in place.
The Britain’s Got Talent judge also said he would donate to other charities, and will show his support for Feeding Britain and Feeding America.
Simon explained: ‘I have also decided with my team at Syco to donate $1,000,000 (£800,000) towards the immediate needs of some of the most vulnerable people impacted by this virus, and this will be split between Feeding Britain and Feeding America, where I work and live.
Stocking up: She pushed a shopping cart filled to the brim with brown bags to her car, no doubt stocking up for further self-isolation along with her family
Worrying time: Lauren picked up a newspaper to keep up with the current affairs which are gripping the globe
‘I don’t like celebrities telling people what to do, and I know this is a hugely difficult time for so many — worries about family, health, jobs, paying the mortgage and feeding their family are at the forefront of people’s minds.
‘But there are still other people in business and in entertainment with resources available. So today it’s those people I’m urging to rise to this enormous challenge.’
Shooting Star were forced to close one of their two hospices and their charity shops in the wake of the coronavirus crisis impacting their funding, Simon wrote.
The charity helps 800 families with children and young people who are struggling with life-threatening conditions, and Simon has been working with them since 2002.
Simon added that he hoped the global pandemic would bring the public together, and will help people ‘see the world differently.’
Doing good: It comes after Simon pledged to donate £1.3 million to charities that have been hit hard amid the ongoing COVID-19 crisis (pictured last year)