TV and Showbiz / 27-03-2020

Jesinta Campbell can't wait till social distancing due to coronavirus is over to get a manicure

Beauty salons were ordered to close their doors on Wednesday after Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced tough new measures in a bid to curb the spread of coronavirus.

And on Friday, AFL WAG Jessinta Campbell revealed that a 'manicure' was the one thing she was really looking forward to once social distancing ends. 

The 28-year-old posted a picture of a woman whose nails were freshly manicured with fancy 'rose gold paper' French tips.

Jesinta Campbell can't wait till social distancing due to coronavirus is over to get a manicure

'When the life resumes': Jesinta Campbell said on Friday she can't wait for social distancing to be over so she can get a manicure again 

 'When the life resumes and I can get a manicure again...,' she captioned the post.

As of Friday morning, there are 3,050 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Australia, including 13 deaths. 

It comes after the new mother revealed on her app that she's been trying out 'the traditional art of postpartum belly binding' since welcoming daughter Tullulah, last month.

The former Miss Universe Australia said that she's explored the practice with the help of her doula and rather than it being for 'aesthetics,' it's to 'support her body in the process of healing post-birth.' 

Fancy: The 28-year-old posted a picture of a woman whose nails were freshly manicured with fancy 'rose gold paper' French tips

Jesinta - who is married to AFL star Lance 'Buddy' Franklin - shared pictures of the binding on her belly.

She recommended to fans that they should use a $75 binder kit from Etsy shop, and said it's best to use organic and natural cotton muslin.

'Once completed the wrap feels like a warm hug, with my body feeling so supported,' Jesinta said on her app, adding that she has been getting her stomach bound daily. 

Family: Last month, Jesinta welcomed her first child, a daughter called Tullulah, with husband Lance 'Buddy' Franklin (pictured)

'The wrap feels like a warm hug': Jesinta revealed this week that she's been trying out belly binding to help with her postpartum recovery... after giving birth to newborn daughter Tullulah

Jesinta said that new mothers should always check in with their doctor before getting the binding done.

She said that from her research, benefits can include a reduction of postpartum bleeding and fluid retention and it is said to help with abdominal separation.  

Pandemic: As of Friday morning, there are 3,050 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Australia, including 13 deaths

  



27-03-2020 00:30, source: dailymail, by James Foster
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