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Idris Elba says coronavirus quarantine is a ‘test of your relationship'

2 monthes ago   |   By Metro

Idris is getting real about living in isolation amid Covid-19
As he continues quarantine after contracting coronavirus , Idris Elba has opened up on the effect the past fortnight has had on his mental health and his relationship, after wife Sabrina Dhowre also tested positive recently.
Last week Idris revealed he'd contracted the deadly Covid-19 condition despite showing no symptoms.
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Now he's shared an update with fans, recording an Instagram Live with Sabrina overnight as they continue to remain holed up in isolation after both testing...
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