• Arnold Schwarzenegger is in self-isolation. (Twitter)Source: Twitter
"We will get through this together."
By
Samuel Leighton-Dore

16 Mar 2020 - 4:39 PM  UPDATED 19 Mar 2020 - 11:55 AM

Actor and former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger might be in quarantine at home, but he's certainly not alone. 

Addressing the coronavirus pandemic in an unusually wholesome fashion, the Terminator star was joined in a video posted to Twitter by his pet donkey Lulu and miniature pony Whiskey.

"See, the important thing is you stay at home," Schwarzenegger says, standing in his home kitchen, feeding the two pets carrots.

"Because there is a curfew now. Nobody is allowed out, especially someone that is, like, 72 years old. After you're 65, you're not allowed out of the house anymore in California," he continues.

"Stay at home as much as possible."

Stroking Lulu and Whiskey, Schwarzenegger adds: "We don't go out. We don't go to restaurants. We don't do anything like that anymore here.

"Look at that beautiful smile she has," Schwarzenegger then says, looking at Lulu.

Schwarzenegger has previously shared a hand washing tutorial along with his dog, Cherry.

"I wash my hands a minimum of 50 times a day," he says in the clip.

"Anything that I do, I wash my hands over and over and over again."

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