Actress and comedian Ali Wentworth, the wife of ABC News chief anchor George Stephanopoulos, has tested positive for the coronavirus, she announced on her Instagram account.
“I have tested positive for the coronavirus. I’ve never been sicker. High fever. Horrific body aches. Heavy chest. I’m quarantined from my family,” Wentworth wrote in a post to her 185,000 followers.
“This is pure misery,” she added with the hashtag “stayhome.”
Stephanopoulos shared a video of Ali giving an update on her coronavirus diagnosis.
George spoke with Robin Roberts and Michael Strahan of GMA, he said that he’s been taking care of her at their home while they’ve tried to quarantine their children.
“It’s been a rough couple of days,” he said. “She had the fever. She had the symptoms, but she was feeling a little bit better yesterday afternoon.”
Sending lots of love this morning to @AliEWentworth and @GStephanopoulos’ family! Ali shares experience with us after testing positive for COVID-19: “You know I’m feverish if I’m allowing myself on national television with no makeup on.” https://t.co/x5IwkW5sfQ pic.twitter.com/wBxAiEs33z
— Good Morning America (@GMA) April 2, 2020