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Lily Collins has her arms full of toilet paper as she heads home from visiting relatives

Lily Collins stocked up on paper towels and toilet paper at a relative’s Los Angeles home as California remains under lockdown amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

The 31-year-old actress wore a blue denim shirt as she gripped multiple rolls of toilet paper and paper towels while stepping down an entrance way at a home in the City of Angels.

The British-born beauty rounded out her ensemble on the sunny weekday in a pair of black leggings and white slip-on shoes as she stocked up on essentials amid a time they have been hit-and-miss items at the retail chains that remain open amid the health crisis.

Out and about: Lily Collins, 31, stocked up on paper towels and toilet paper at a relative's Los Angeles home as California remains under lockdown amid the COVID-19 pandemic

Out and about: Lily Collins, 31, stocked up on paper towels and toilet paper at a relative’s Los Angeles home as California remains under lockdown amid the COVID-19 pandemic

The Okja actress had her silky brown locks down and wore sunglasses and a mask, amid orders in Los Angeles County to cover one’s face while out in public.

The Love, Rosie star, whose father is singer Phil Collins, is currently dating director, Charlie McDowell, 36, and they recently posed for their first Instagram shot as a couple.

‘Our #firstpicturetogether. But thankfully not our last…’ she wrote alongside a shot of the pair standing near a fence.

The second-generation star has been linked to McDowell – who’s the son of veteran performers Malcolm McDowell and Mary Steenburgen – since last summer.

Cautious: The Okja actress had her silky brown locks down and wore sunglasses and a mask, amid orders in Los Angeles County to cover one's face with a mask while out in public

Cautious: The Okja actress had her silky brown locks down and wore sunglasses and a mask, amid orders in Los Angeles County to cover one’s face with a mask while out in public








Together at home: Collins has continued to lockdown to quell the spread of the international pandemic

Together at home: Collins has continued to lockdown to quell the spread of the international pandemic 

She also to took to Instagram with another shot of herself and the filmmaker, posed standing atop a wooden bench as he embraced her.

‘And our second pic… proof that we quickly got the hang of it…,’ the Inheritance star wrote in the caption.

The couple continued to lockdown as international pandemic has impacted a number of celebrities, as Collins last month urged her followers to stay at home in an effort to protect healthcare workers, essential workers and family; flatten the curve of the virus; and keep others safe.

‘We need to stick together now more than ever and remind ourselves that this is all personal and incredibly close to home,’ she said. ‘Please continue to spread the word and stay healthy, for your sakes and those around you…’








In love: The Love, Rosie star, whose father is singer Phil Collins, is currently dating director, Charlie McDowell, 36, as they recently posed for their first Instagram shot as a couple

In love: The Love, Rosie star, whose father is singer Phil Collins, is currently dating director, Charlie McDowell, 36, as they recently posed for their first Instagram shot as a couple

Romance: She also to took to Instagram with another shot of herself and the filmmaker, posed standing atop a wooden bench as he embraced her

Romance: She also to took to Instagram with another shot of herself and the filmmaker, posed standing atop a wooden bench as he embraced her 

Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson, Idris Elba and Andy Cohen are among the notable names who have tested positive for COVID-19, as well as Prince Charles and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

Other notable Hollywood names to test positive for coronavirus include actresses Olga Kurylenko, Debi Mazar and Rachel Matthews; and actors Kristofer Hivju and Daniel Dae Kim. Performers to succumb to coronavirus-related symptoms include Jaws actress Lee Fierro, 91, Aliens actor Jay Benedict, 68, and Nashville actor Allen Garfield, 80.

As of Wednesday, the death total for COVID-19 was at 24,429 people in the U.S., with 601,472 total positive diagnoses, Johns Hopkins University reported. On a global level, 134,178 people have died amid 2,056,055 positive diagnoses worldwide. 

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