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Gizelle Bryant Enlists Daughters' Help in Trying to Stay Occupied During Self-Quarantine
"Can’t wait until we all feel safe [and] free again," The Real Housewives of Potomac mom said.
Gizelle Bryant is staying home with her teenage daughters Grace, Angel, and Adore amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. All the while, Gizelle is trying to keep herself preoccupied — with no help from her kids.
The Real Housewives of Potomac cast member shared an update on how she and her family are holding up during the self-quarantine in her recent Instagram Story, and it sounds like the Bryant brood would rather do their homework than hang out with Mom. "Bored to tears! So I decided to tell my kids to stop doing school work and play with me. They said I'm annoying," Gizelle wrote. "Back to being bored again."
So, Gizelle decided to do a little healthy eating instead. Unfortunately, it doesn't sound like that worked out too well for her, either. "Just tried cauliflower crust pizza. It's gross," she said in her Instagram Story. "Grabbing a bag of Cheetos."
Gizelle then resorted to just playing around on her phone and watching all of the TikTok videos everyone has been making while they too are social distancing at home. However, it sounds like Gizelle isn't exactly a fan of what she sees. "If I see another [TikTok] on my timeline of people who CAN'T dance," she wrote in her Instagram Story. "I mean... STOP."
The next day, Gizelle decided that a little fresh air would do her some good. Her latest update in her Instagram Story is that she is outside riding her bike. She also encouraged others to "get your bike on."
During this time of turmoil, Gizelle is focusing on what matters most: her family. She shared a throwback photo of her daughters, along with her ex-husband, Jamal Bryant, with whom she announced she had rekindled her relationship during the RHOP Season 4 reunion. "It was all so simple then," Gizelle wrote in a post on Instagram on March 19. "Can’t wait until we all feel safe [and] free again."
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