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Terry Dubrow Did Something He's Never Done Before During Self-Quarantine, According to Heather
The RHOC alums discuss life at home during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Terry Dubrow has always been a busy guy. The balance between his work schedule, which includes his medical practice, TV work, and other ventures with his longtime partner, and role as a dad and husband has been a hot topic for the plastic surgeon and wife Heather Dubrow: Those struggles were documented during their time on The Real Housewives of Orange County. However, when the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic hit, Terry had to slow down and spend more time with Heather and their four kids, Maximillia, Nicholas, Katarina, and Collette, during self-quarantine.
Since Terry works as an active member of the medical community, the Dubrows took the self-quarantine very seriously. "It’s very difficult. Obviously when we went on lockdown, we went on lockdown. Terry was home for 10 weeks! He’s never been home that long," Heather told Cheat Sheet in a recent interview.
The Dubrows didn't just make more time for each other during quarantine, but also welcomed two new dogs named George and Roxy. At the time, Heather noted, "If you've ever thought about adopting or fostering an animal, the time is NOW. You need them as much as they need you!"
During that time, the Dubrows also shared some of their at-home antics on Instagram, which included baking, haircuts, exercise, and just some zaniness mixed with some silliness.