Written by on March 19, 2020

This week, Kate Middleton placed a “help wanted” ad for a nanny to home school her two oldest children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte. A spokesperson for their school said (quote) “Due to the increasing numbers of children and staff being absent, Thomas’s London Day Schools have decided to move to remote learning.” (The Sun, UK)

Rob Kardashian has socially distanced himself from the family for years. During this pandemic, his sisters are reportedly “taking the social-distancing very seriously. No one in the family is socializing right now. Everyone is just hanging out at their separate houses.” Once the pandemic passes, the sisters will throw Rob his 33rd birthday. (People)

Quarantine and Cardi B mix like oil and water. She needs answers from administration officials. Cardi said using words the government won’t allow repeated on the radio (quote) “I need to know what’s goin’ on. If you work at the freakin’ Pentagon, let a bitch know. I wanna get dressed up. I wanna put a lace front on and go out. And I can’t!”

The coronavirus threw a monkey wrench into the Friends reunion. Taping for the HBO Max special had been scheduled for next week. Production on 70 shows on the Warner Bros studio lot have been suspended, including the one-time Friends special. (The Hollywood Reporter)

The pandemic forced the postponement of Tyra Banks’ grand opening of her ModelLand theme park, as well as Sam Smith’s third studio album, To Die For. (Variety)

A few sneaky celebrities will use coronavirus as an excuse to disappear under the guise of “self-isolation” after a face and breast lifts. Doctor Terry Dubrow of the Botched reality series told TMZ (quote) “You’re not allowed to have elective cosmetic surgeries in Beverly Hills, right now. I’m in Orange County. We’re still open during this pandemic.”

The Department of Health in San Francisco determined dispensaries for legal marijuana are a crucial business. In particular in a time when San Francisco citizens have been told to shelter in place. An official tweeted on Tuesday (quote) “Cannabis is an essential medicine for many San Francisco residents. Dispensaries can continue to operate while practicing social distancing.” Marijuana shops will remain open along with pharmacies, grocery stores, gas stations and banks.

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