Oprah Winfrey Has A Battle With Duvet Cover She Cannot Win Amid Coronavirus Lockdown

Though she has established herself as a source of knowledge and wisdom, the Queen of All Media reveals on social media she struggles to tuck the inner of her bedspread into its cover.

AceShowbiz - Coronavirus lockdown has shown a side of Oprah Winfrey many rarely see. Although she has been known for years as the source of knowledge and wisdom, the former host of "The Oprah Winfrey Show" clearly was in need of a helping hand when it came to changing her duvet cover.

On Thursday, April 30, the 66-year-old media mogul shared an Instagram video capturing her battle in completing the house chore. Standing on the side of a four-poster canopy bed, she was seen trying to figure out how to get the inner duvet into a fresh cover to no avail. "Anyone else find it challenging getting a duvet inside a cover? There must be a method I'm missing," she asked in the caption.

Oprah's cry for help was soon met with advice from her famous friends. Rita Wilson was among the first to inform the "Selma" actress/producer , "It takes two, O!" Fellow actress Nia Long gave a more specific instruction by writing, "You have to connect the corners of the comforter with the little tie on the inside of the duvet cover. All four corners should have the tie. I'm with ya."

The team behind her Oprah Magazine, however, could not help being amused over her failing effort. "You didn't say one word in this video but the struggle is LOUD and real," they wrote in the comment section. Meanwhile, comedienne Cheryl Hines offered a simple solution to the problem. "I usually crawl inside the duvet," she shared, before noting, "That can't be right."

While she encountered difficulties in changing duvet cover, Oprah apparently did not do as bad in the kitchen. In early April, she shared an Instagram video of her preparing Jamie Oliver's spaghetti carbonara without the assistance of her personal chef Raymond Weber. At some point in the clip, she said, "Okay, Jamie, doesn't look exactly like yours but okay!"

When she was about to finish cooking, the longtime partner of Stedman Graham admitted to be forgetting to add salt and pepper to the dish, and quickly made an adjustment. In the note accompanying the video, she wrote, "My hat , my shirt, my sweats off to all the moms and dads out there cooking round the clock meals. God Bless y'all!"

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