Amanda Seyfried says it’s “f–king hard” to spend the holidays separated from family.
The “Mean Girls” star celebrated Christmas apart from her husband, Thomas Sadoski, and their 1-year-old son, Thomas, after she and her mini-me daughter, 4-year-old Nina, were exposed to COVID-19.
“It kills me that my girl and I are separated from her dad and brother this Christmas,” Seyfried, 36, wrote on her Instagram Stories on Saturday.
“It’s a s–t time to be in isolation and it’s happening everywhere,” she continued.
Seyfried said she was trying her “very, very best to find the beauty, adjust to the reality, and make incredible memories” of her “barn holiday” with little Nina.
“But it’s f–king hard. And that’s OK too,” she added. “Happy Christmas Eve to all. Hold the people you can hold tighter, even.”
Seyfried revealed that she was exposed to the coronavirus days just “three days before” she was eligible to receive her booster shot.
“I’m left wondering if the six-month rule between shots still holds the same weight,” she inquired on Instagram.
“If I’d been able to get my booster sooner, maybe I would have dodged the virus,” she continued. “Maybe. Should that rule still apply?”
Seyfried wed Sadoski in 2017. They welcomed daughter Nina in March 2017, and she gave birth to son Thomas, named after his father, in September 2020.