Chelsea boss Frank Lampard covered his face with a scarf as he stepped outside to walk his dog amid London’s coronavirus crackdown on Monday.
Lamps, 41, took no chances by wearing gloves and a baseball cap during his stroll with pooch Minnie in plush Kensington Gardens.
The former England midfielder has been self-isolating since March 13, when one of his players, Callum Hudson-Odoi, tested positive for the killer bug.
Hudson-Odoi has since revealed he is feeling much better and training at home – along with other members of the squad.
Lampard appeared to adhere to social distancing guidelines by keeping away from fellow dog walkers on his jaunt.
His TV star wife Christine, who he married in December 2015, recently spoke about having the Stamford Bridge boss around the house a lot more amid the ongoing health crisis.
Speaking as she hosted Loose Women last Thursday, Christine explained their 18-month daughter Patricia was loving having her daddy home.
She said: “Frank’s been at home and he never is, he’s always away and I have never seen our little girl or dog happier.
“It’s just us, it’s literally just us in the house 24 hours a day and it’s just felt strangely quite nice.
“But it’s early days!”