Monday, June 29, 2020 12:26 IST
Amid this epidemic of Coronavirus, people are escaping from their homes and spending most of their time with family. However, many people are also suffering from depression due to lockdown. In such a situation, keeping yourself mentally fit is become a big challenge. Meanwhile, the actress Sunny Leone has shared a video on her social media which will make anyone happy. In the video, we can see her jumping over a trampoline along with her children.
Sunny Leone shared the fun video on Instagram and wrote, "I think there is an angel on my shoulder coming through the sunlight!" A few weeks ago Sunny left India to spend some quality time with her family in America. Check out her video here-
Apparently, Sunny Leone keeps on sharing her new photos and videos every day whether she is riding a horse or spending quality time with family. She keeps updating her fans with her daily social media posts. Recently also she went to a Wildlife Care Center with family and appealed to everyone to help the animals. The actress had revealed that she had the opportunity to take her children to Los Angeles, where she and her husband felt they would be safer from the Coronavirus pandemic.
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