Arie Luyendyk Jr. was not the only member of Bachelor Nation to suffer from COVID-19 over the Thanksgiving holiday. Molly Mesnick went to Instagram Monday to share that she and husband Jason Mesnick both had the awful virus too. What did she share with followers?
Molly Mesnick and former Bachelor Jason Mesnick had COVID
Molly went to Instagram to share the news with followers. She shared a photo of herself wearing a beanie and giving a thumbs up. She said, “The face of someone who is finally…FINALLY feeling somewhat normal after a crazy week – COVID hit our house 😩.”
Molly went on to say she has not idea how they even contracted the virus. She said, “I have been insanely careful going into the holidays, seeing absolutely no one…even to the point where I cancelled our family Thanksgiving weeks ago because I didn’t want any of THEM getting ME sick (fast forward: I would have been the one getting them sick! 🤦🏼♀️).”
She warned fans to not be fooled by her Instagram posts over past week
Molly continued telling fans not to be fooled by her Instagram posts over the past week. She said many were pre-recorded knowing she would be busy getting ready for the holidays. Or she pulled herself together enough to get it done.
Molly said, “Not gonna sugar coat it – Jason and I had a rough week! All of the standard symptoms (chills, body ache, headache, fatigue, loss of taste/smell – that one made for a fun Thanksgiving meal 🙄).”
She continued on saying both their kids are fine. Ty tested negative. Riley never slowed down. She said Riley continued to be her silly self. And, she did it! Molly shared a photo of Riley by the tree and elf this morning.
She went on to say, “We made it through the worst of it – just stuck at home for a little bit longer to make sure we don’t spread it to anyone else – and in perfect time because this house gains our magical little friend tomorrow, and I need all of the energy I can get to pull that off!”
Molly went on to say she wanted fans to know where she’s been. And, she also wants everyone to know that COVID is no fun and everyone should remain vigilant and stay safe.
Molly also thanked all their friends who checked on them and brought them food. She encouraged her followers to reach out to anyone they know with COVID and perhaps bring them dinner. She said she knows they have no energy and would greatly appreciate the gesture.
Do you know anyone who has had the virus yet? Stay tuned for more updates.