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Renee Zellweger spent confinement “at war” with the squirrels in her garden.

The 52-year-old actress used her enforced time at home during the coronavirus pandemic to tackle various projects around her home, but found her attempts to clean up her garden were thwarted by local wildlife digging holes In the ground.

She said, “I was outside every day, building and planting things,” she says. “Nature does what it does and, you know, the squirrels and I were at war. ?’ I’m there every day with my shovel and bucket. Then I’m inside to tinker. Because you become silent and you become creative. Agitation is the enemy of creativity.”

The ‘Thing About Pam’ actress – who is dating Ant Anstead – has also found time to study her mother’s native language, Norwegian, via a phone app.

She laughed, “Now my mom and I can have wonderful conversations about dogs not eating spiders.”

Renee found “heaven” from the pandemic because she loved being able to lead a quiet, quiet life.

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She told the new issue of American magazine Harper’s Bazaar: “It was heaven! I was so blessed that I was not directly affected by the plague. Apart from the horrible effect on society, I think I’m really cut out for a pandemic life.

From 2010 to 2016, the “Judy” star took a voluntary break because she wanted some space to have every moment of her life planned out for her.

She said, “I needed to not have something to do all the time. Not knowing in advance what I’m going to be doing for the next two years. I wanted to plan for some accidents.”

Although she is very happy with Ant, Renee is comfortable with her own company and enjoys going to concerts alone.

She explained, “You can stay as long as you want! Dance as long as you want, go to the bathroom, you don’t need to find anyone. Good luck!”

This article was originally published on famoustainment.com.