How celebs celebrate christmas at lockdown

To Christmas 2020 there may be no large family celebrations: Federal government rules allow gatherings of up to four other people from the immediate family circle; children 14 and under are not included in the calculation. Of course, the smaller the meeting, the lower the risk of infecting oneself or others with the Coronavirus to infect.

Many people are relying on a so-called before the holiday Pre-quarantineThey isolate themselves for a few days before meeting their relatives at Christmas. But how do celebrities actually keep it with the holidays?

Christmas 2020: Jens Spahn celebrates Christmas Eve with only one person

Federal Minister of Health Jens Spahn (CDU) plans to reduce Christmas celebrations exclusively to the immediate family circle: "Christmas Eve is the first time I am alone with my husband," the politician said in a press conference. If it is possible, the couple wants to attend Christmas mass "with registration and under hygienic conditions."

Lothar Wieler, President of the Robert Koch Institute (RKI), on the other hand, celebrates Christmas with other family members: "I have a family of four," he said at the same press conference. "My daughters go into pre-quarantine, my wife as well and I am more or less always in quarantine. Just sitting in my office."His "also extremely cautious" parents-in-law are there as a "second unit".

SPD health expert Karl Lauterbach wants to be "especially careful" at Christmas: He also spends the holiday in the smallest family circle, as he said in an interview with the radio station Deutschlandfunk. During the celebration, he and his family would "partly wear masks" and air very much. In addition, he wants to be tested before.

Helene Fischer celebrates Christmas in a small circle

Helene Fischer spends the celebration also corona-conditioned in small round. "We follow the rules and recommendations and will spend Christmas in a very small family setting," the singer told the German Press Agency.

Only if people now stand together and everyone does everything in his power, the fight against the virus can succeed. "The health and professional livelihoods of millions of people depend on it. We should accept the current restrictions in order to be able to live freely again as soon as possible," Fischer stressed.

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Christmas: Jan Hofer prepares YouTube goose

It is not known with whom former "Tagesschau" anchorman Jan Hofer will celebrate Christmas. One thing is certain, however: When it comes to roasting his Christmas goose, he lets himself be helped online.

"We have ordered a goose, I will pick it up and finish it at home," the 68-year-old told the German Press Agency in Hamburg. The goose would be prepared by a favorite restaurant of Hofer in Heath.

In addition, the chef had posted a Youtube video online describing exactly what needs to be done at home with the goose. "Nothing at all can go wrong. We've done this before and it was really gigantically good. This goose works to the point."

Heidi Klum celebrates Christmas with her patchwork family

Actors Anna Loos and Jan Josef Liefers celebrate together with their children, as reported by Bild. The menu has already been decided: "Culinary-wise, we've been together longer than we've been married," the newspaper quotes the couple as saying. "We've been having roast goose with red cabbage, kale and dumplings on Christmas Eve for 18 years now. The children also cook. It's a lot of fun."

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Heidi Klum celebrates the feast of love with her patchwork family. On Instagram, the boss of the series "Germany's Next Topmodel" shared a photo of a richly decorated Christmas tree, in front of which she poses with her children, her husband Tom Kaulitz and her brother-in-law Bill Kaulitz.

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