Pierce Brosnan’s lost 2 close friends because of coronavirus

Hollywood star Pierce Brosnan is one of the most celebrated stars in the tinsel town and is known for starring in the James Bond series, reportedly revealed that two of his close friends have passed away due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The former “James Bond” actor who is currently quarantining along with his beloved wife Keely Shaye Smith and kids at their cottage in Kauai, Hawaii revealed that “I lost two friends to COVID-19. They were friends of 45 years, and I am godfather to his son. No matter where you are and how beautiful it may be, you still have this awful threat to life looming. Apart from that, the 67-year-old actor has also discussed the seriousness of the ongoing situation of the deadly spread of coronavirus and that everyone on this planet needs to be aware and save from this lethal pandemic.

The beloved Hollywood star Pierce Brosnan, who was starred in four Bond films also mentioned that the people should be involved in something or the other and keep on moving in life with all the ups and downs. This is a war-like situation as we can see people are dying. He hopes that after COVID-19 is over the world would change. He believes and expects that the people will be more aware, and this planet would become a humble and a kind planet with compassionate.

At that time, when the COVID-19 pandemic started to get serious, the Foreigner actor was shooting for Disney’s live-action “Cinderella”, in which singer Camila Cabello has been starred in the title role.

“The World Is Not Enough” star also disclosed that as soon as he realized the seriousness of the novel Coronavirus in the area, he decided to return back home to self-isolating with his family – wife, journalist Keely Shaye Smith and children, Paris and Dylanss – in their cottage on Kauai, Hawaii.

He further added that “On the following day, he was on a plane. He had been told that he could not get out, and he wanted to stay with his family.