If this quarantine has done anything good then I would put ideas and innovative efforts people have been making to keep themselves busy. When making dalgona coffee and banana breads didn’t seem exciting for prolonged periods, people started to do productive work. Some started joining online courses, some learnt new skills to aid them in their jobs, and some got even more artsy. So what has been The Real Housewives doing? Let’s dig deeper and you’ll see for yourself.
Real Housewives of New York star Jill Zarin
Jill Zarin has been busy with making masks. She used this time at home and with her daughter she put a start to a new business. Jill was a star of the show, “Real Housewives of New York”, and her daughter Ally Shapiro is a TV personality, an actress and has been a part of few episodes of Real Housewives. Jill Zarin 57, was born in Woodmere, New York. She is the busiest star of her league. She is running her family business Zarin Fabrics and also attends social events with punctuality.
Stores their masks reached
Currently the duo are doing a business in face masks (face shields) and their products have landed in 4000 stores already. These masks are selling at Homegoods, Big Drop, Zitomer and other stores you now need to set a foot into. If anything is selling in COVID-19 crisis it is mask and sanitizer. Jill and Ally took their cue and started a new thing. They have donated a large number of masks to frontline workers because those are the people who suffered the most during these hard times. When everyone was asked to stay home, doctors and paramedics had to leave the comfort of their homes to serve people.
According to Ally and Jill, their masks have been worn by known figures as well like Charli D’Amelio, Dixie D’Amelio, Kris Jenner and Addison Rae.