Even Angelina Jolie is heading to the grocery store to stock up on necessities in wake of the coronavirus panic that has caused thousands of Americans to flock to their nearest stores. The actress was spotted out and about in Los Angeles, California, on Saturday with her 11-year-old daughter, Vivienne, alongside her, according to Harper's Bazaar.
Jolie chose the store Lassens to do her shopping which is a natural food and vitamin store. Despite the panic that is gripping the nation due to the pandemic, Jolie looked as cheerful as she could be. She was smiling and appeared to be in relatively good spirits.
Despite the fact that it seemed to be primarily a casual outing, Jolie appeared as fashionable as ever. She wore a long white layered dress with ornately embroidered flowers along with a long tan trench coat. She had her purse strung over one shoulder.
The actress was makeup-free and wore her hair up in a bun. She accessorized with a pair of large sunglasses that helped to shield her face from the flashing cameras pointed at her and her daughter. She finished the look off with a pair of light pink flats. The flats are by the brand Chloé and are a pair that Jolie is spotted wearing frequently. They appear to be her go-to shoes for casual occasions just like this one.
In one hand Jolie held a coffee cup and in the other, she clung to some jam-packed grocery bags.
As The Daily Mail reported, Vivienne was also dressed in preparation for the rainy Los Angeles weather. She wore a simple hooded light blue jacket that tied in the front and a pair of light wash jeans that she wore cuffed. Her pale blue Toms sneakers matched her outfit perfectly. Vivienne also clutched onto a packed grocery bag in one hand.
Jolie isn't the only one who is trying to get prepared in wake of the coronavirus outbreak. She is among many trying to take extra precautions by gathering up anything they might need in coming weeks in order to avoid going out in public and exposing themselves to the virus.
Nevertheless, President Donald Trump is reportedly not worried.
"We're gonna all be great, we're gonna be so good. Relax. We're doing great. It all will pass," he said, as The Inquisitr previously reported.
There have been 559 new confirmed cases of the coronavirus as of Sunday.