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Florence Pugh admits she 'felt low' at the beginning of lockdown

by Leah Septimus (2020-07-13)


무시무시한 상어!! _lego JAWS _ BLI 0301 / 조립도_레고_legoFlorence Pugh has admitted she struggled with 'feeling low' at the beginning of the coronavirus lockdown.

The Oscar-nominated actress, 24, said that she managed to life her spirits during isolation by dancing and growing a vegetable patch in her garden, which she has used to create some delicious dishes.

Florence joins a slew of stars including Sienna Miller and Kim Kardashian offering their takes on life in lockdown for 완결 웹툰 추천 the June/July 2020 issue of US Vogue.






Hard: Florence Pugh has admitted she struggled with 'feeling low' at the beginning of the coronavirus lockdown, but has embraced cooking and growing a vegetable patch


Florence explained that she struggled during the early days of coronvirus lockdown, which began last month.






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She said: 'For the first few days I felt low. Then my dad reminded me that I needed to dance and I needed to cook and I needed to do all of the things that make me happy.

'I instantly started shimmying and boogeying in the morning and I felt so much happier and just...bubbly all day.'






Challenges: The Oscar-nominated actress has openly documenting her cooking skills on Instagram, as she opened up about struggling to adjust to life in isolation































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Florence then revealed she's now embraced living at home by focusing on a vegetable patch, which she has been using to create some delicious dishes.

She added: 'I've also turned toward chopping and cooking and flavors. I have this vegetable patch that I put in in autumn of last year, so that's where I'm getting all my cabbages, and my leeks—and my elephant garlics!'

Florence also said she's never found any huge benefits from meditation and finds more solace through cooking.













She joins a slew of stars in Vogue's Postcards from Home issues, which sees numerous stars offer their perspectives of living during the coronavirus lockdown. 

Among them Sienna Miller, Kendall Jenner, Kim Kardashian and Ashley Graham. 

Florence has also been isolating with her boyfriend Zach Braff, 45, and recently had to defend her relationship after being attacked by trolls.

Sharing a lengthy video on Instagram, the star said she should not be told who she 'should and shouldn't love,' after her birthday tribute to Zach was hit by a torrent of abusive comments. 






US Vogue's June/July 2020 issue will be available on 23 May 


Florence has been entertaining fans with her culinary exploits by sharing snaps of her recipes on Instagram.

Of how she decides what to make, she said: 'Lots of my recipes are all to do with - well, they're not my recipes, I've copied them off someone, pretended they're mine.

'I'm always trying to use as much of the stuff I have in my fridge as possible. Or I'm trying to reuse an old vegetable.

'Or make sure that it gets the longest life possible. I think it's really important to use all the things that were originally going to be wasted.'

US Vogue's June/July 2020 issue will be available on 23 May


















Defiant: It comes after Florence hit out at trolls who critcised her relationship with boyfriend Zach Braff, 45, insisted they couldn't tell her who she 'should and shouldn't love'




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Postcards From Home: Creativity in a Time of Crisis | Vogue