Sarah Hyland is in quarantine like the rest of us. The “Modern Family” actress is spending COVID-19 with fiancé Wells Adams as the two social distance, although anyone wanting their fix of the 29-year-old only needs to hop over to her Instagram.
Sarah made headlines at the end of last week for delivering a straight-up mind-blowing set of push-ups as she rocked a tiny black bra – the star’s multiple health troubles made her steely strength all the more impressive.
Saturday is still the weekend, coronavirus or not. Sarah kicked hers off in bikini mode poolside, and she shared it on Instagram.
Sarah took to her stories on Saturday with content from Friday. The selfie-shot footage showed the sitcom star looking relaxed as she flaunted her slender frame in a stylish black bikini top – underwire cupping at the bust afforded a feminine finish as Sarah shot herself from above, eventually swinging the camera to show her pool’s grassy banks and her dog.
Also included in the story was “Bachelor in Paraside” alum fiancé Wells Adams – Sarah was asking whether facial hair on a man is “sexy” or not.
Sarah has been keeping busy amid her quarantine period. The star recently shared a closed-eye Q&A with Wells as the two discussed their relationship –the ABC star had given a nod to a similar challenge undergone by “Dinero” singer Jennifer Lopez and her fiancé Alex Rodriguez.
Fans seem to have a lot of love for this couple. The comments section to the video more than suggested this, with one fan writing:
“So cute when you guys moved your heads the same way ?❤️.”
Sarah has opened up about her vulnerable status amid the global coronavirus pandemic. Having undergone 16 surgeries in her life including two kidney transplants – the 2016 one was rejected – the star is at greater risk of falling very ill should she contract COVID-19.
Speaking on the “Brad Behavior” podcast, Sarah said:
“I am obviously immunocompromised with my transplant history and am on immunosuppressants,” adding: “For me, it’s really dangerous.”
Hyland also revealed that even a 24-hour bug for her can affect her.
Sarah has proven vocal amid coronavirus, speaking out for those whose compromised immune systems leave them in a highly dangerous position – at risk individuals include those with heart disease or diabetes, HIV, or other underlying health conditions.
“I feel like I have a responsibility to speak on behalf of the young and healthy looking immunocompromised people out there,” she began.
“I believe people in our positions should get paid time off right now, for we are the ones in danger. We are the ones who will become the number of deaths that are rising, that you see every day,” Sarah added, concluding:
“I know it is a hard line in the sand to draw but I truly believe if we are going to beat this we need to be home.”