Rose Byrne reveals she received her vaccine ‘months ago’


Rose Byrne reveals she received her Covid vaccine ‘months ago’ as she discusses how filming her new TV latest series Physical was a ‘great escape’ from the pandemic

Rose Byrne has revealed she received her Covid vaccine ‘months ago’. 

The 41-year-old Australian actress said she got the jab a while back in the US. 

‘I got the vaccine months ago, before we left. We were very privileged,’ she told  The Australian, referring to herself and her actor husband Bobby Cannavale. 

Jabbed: Rose Byrne revealed to The Australian that she received her vaccine ‘months ago’. She said: ‘I got the vaccine months ago, before we left. We were very privileged,’ she said, likely referring to herself and her actor husband Bobby Cannavale

The actress also discussed what it was like filming her new series, Physical, under Covid-safe protocol in California last year.

The Apple TV+ is set in the 80s and the actress plays tortured housewife-turned-aerobics guru Sheila Rubin as she battles her eating disorder. 

She said: ‘It took a whole lot of protocols with space and safety and all the equipment, especially for people not wearing masks.’ 

Strict conditions: The 42-yearold also discusses what it was like filming her new series, Physical, under Covid-safe protocol in California last year amid the pandemic

Strict conditions: The 42-yearold also discusses what it was like filming her new series, Physical, under Covid-safe protocol in California last year amid the pandemic

Safety first: Rose said, 'It took a whole lot of protocols with space and safety and all the equipment, especially for people not wearing masks'

Safety first: Rose said, ‘It took a whole lot of protocols with space and safety and all the equipment, especially for people not wearing masks’

The brunette beauty added that there was regular testing on-set to ensure everyone was safe, and said the series’ 80s setting was a great escape to work on amid the pandemic.

Rose has been in back home in Australia since last year with her husband and their sons – Rocco, five, and Rafa, three – enjoying the laid back lifestyle Down Under offers.

She shared that Bobby has really settled in the Aussie way of life, saying: ‘He loves it. He loves spending time here. He loves the beach, he loves the lifestyle, the food, the climate we’ve got here.’

Life Down Under: Rose has been in back home in Australia since last year with her husband and their sons - Rocco, five, and Rafa, three - enjoying the laid back lifestyle Down Under offers. Pictured is Rose and Bobby in 2019

Life Down Under: Rose has been in back home in Australia since last year with her husband and their sons – Rocco, five, and Rafa, three – enjoying the laid back lifestyle Down Under offers. Pictured is Rose and Bobby in 2019

'He loves it': She shared that Bobby has really settled in the Aussie way of life, saying: 'He loves spending time here. He loves the beach, he loves the lifestyle, the food, the climate we've got here'

‘He loves it’: She shared that Bobby has really settled in the Aussie way of life, saying: ‘He loves spending time here. He loves the beach, he loves the lifestyle, the food, the climate we’ve got here’

It comes after Rose revealed in a recent interview with Marie Claire Australia that it can be ‘really hard’ balancing motherhood and work.

‘As a parent it’s always pretty chaotic. We’re an example of a household that balances both parents going to work. But I also totally respect mothers who stay at home,’ she said.

‘It’s really hard work and recognising that is what [trailblazing feminist] Gloria Steinem fought so much for. Why is raising a family not working?’

Balancing act: In an interview with this month's Marie Claire Australia, she admitted it can be 'really hard' balancing motherhood and work. 'As a parent it's always pretty chaotic. We're an example of a household that balances both parents going to work'

Balancing act: In an interview with this month’s Marie Claire Australia, she admitted it can be ‘really hard’ balancing motherhood and work. ‘As a parent it’s always pretty chaotic. We’re an example of a household that balances both parents going to work’

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