Ariel Winter’s role as Alex Dunphy on ABC’s hit Modern Family just came to an end.
But the 22-year-old star seemed busy with personal errands on Saturday.
Ariel was spotted grabbing some essentials from the store in Los Angeles, wearing a surgical face mask, as the coronavirus pandemic has made the city require masks in public.
Essentials: Ariel Winter was spotted Saturday grabbing some essentials from the store in Los Angeles, wearing a surgical face mask, as the coronavirus pandemic has made the city require masks in public
She looked casual in grey sweats and a plain grey tee that she paired with black furry boots.
She protected herself with a large blue surgical mask and blue latex gloves as she texted on her phone outside the store.
Her bleached blonde locks were down in an easy straight style for the outing.
Ariel left the store pushing a large cart full of plastic bags.
Protected: She looked casual in grey sweats and a plain grey tee that she paired with black furry boots and protected herself with a large blue surgical mask and blue latex gloves
Full: Ariel left the store pushing a large cart full of plastic bags
The actress has starred on ABC’s perennially popular comedy as the bookish daughter Alex Dunphy.
ABC announced last week that it would send the show off in style with a one-hour documentary airing just before the finale.
The special will include footage going from the most recent season all the way back to the inaugural shows from 2009.
So far, the show has won an astounding 22 Emmys, including five consecutive honors for Outstanding Comedy Series.
Family first: his is an interesting life in Ariel’s life as she is currently being featured on Modern Family’s 11th and final season, which airs its finale this Wednesday, April 8
Now that shooting for Modern Family is finished, Ariel has had plenty of down time to social distance at home following California Governor Gavin Newsom’s shelter-in-place order on March 20.
Though she’s been able to break-up the time time at home with some trips for essential services, she’s also found ways to occupy herself around the house.
Earlier this month, she posted a funny video of herself after she uncovered a massive cardboard cut-out of her head.
‘Quarantine cleaning really unearths things you hate as well as great ideas for entertainment,’ she wrote.
The accompanying video showed the film and TV actress going to town on the flat head with a baseball bat.
As a friend tossed it in the air, she swung with the bat as if it were a piñata.
Special discovery: Ariel found a novel way to break up the shelter-at-home boredom when she discovered a massive cardboard cut-out of her head while cleaning