Kristen Bell and husband Dax Shepard wear matching face masks at home amid coronavirus pandemic

Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard gave an up-close look at their skincare routine while in bed amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. 

‘Nothing better to do but celebrate #dryhumpday with some moisture masks, couples style. Xo,’ the 39-year-old Frozen star cheekily captioned a photo of herself and husband, 45, cuddled up in matching sheet masks. 

In the picture, the Armchair Expert podcast host and Bell smiled softly while in their pajamas. This comes after they shared informing content about coronavirus. 

Date night: Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard gave an up-close look at their skincare routine in bed during ongoing coronavirus pandemic on Wednesday

This is not the first time the pair, who share five-year-old Delta and six-year-old Lincoln, have showed fans their at-home spa treatments. 

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Before reports surfaced earlier this week that the A-list couple waived  some of their their tenants’ payments for April amid California’s new ‘stay at home’ order, Shepard shared a similar snap. 

‘Two of Hollywood’s newest, fresh-faced talents,’ he wrote in a shirtless picture next to Bell in bed and throwing up shaka sign on March 4. 

Masking: This is not the first time the pair, who share five-year-old Delta and six-year-old Lincoln, have showed fans their at-home spa treatments

The lovebirds first began dating in late 2007 and married in Beverly Hills in October 2013.

Dax had been travelling in recent weeks as the coronavirus epidemic worsened so he and Kristen opted for caution and had him steer clear of her and their two kids by self-quarantining at a friend’s empty apartment when he initially returned.  

During the heightened response to COVID-19, the Forgetting Sarah Marshall star has been sharing helpful health tips on how to stay safe during these stressful times. 

Staying grateful: The Bad Moms actress has also taken the time to thank healthcare workers, teachers and organizations that help feed kids in need

In another post, she wrote: ‘Many people have many [different] reasons for being more susceptible to this virus that we others may be. Some may be obvious, others may not.

‘It’s incredibly important that we socially distance, to protect the vulnerable ones among us. Let’s show up for one another, by staying home for one another.’

The Bad Moms actress has also taken the time to thank healthcare workers, teachers and organizations that help feed kids in need.

Family of four: The lovebirds first began dating in late 2007 and married in Beverly Hills in October 2013; seen on February 25

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