Scarlett Moffatt is leaving groceries on the doorstep's of elderly people amid the coronavirus panic as older people have been told to self-isolate.
The thoughtful TV star took to Instagram to ask her followers how she could best help the people who were most vulnerable to the virus.
Those over 70 or suffering from other health problems are at higher risk if they do contract the potentially deadly virus.
Scarlett, 29, "Going shopping tomorrow how can I help local elderly people in my area – I can leave food on their doorstep?"
She urged her fans not to panic buy, and added: "I do feel like we need to make sure we aren't just thinking about ourselves in this situation.
"It is an epidemic and we need to make sure we aren't hoarding things unnecessarily and that we can helping people as much as we can."
The telly star, who recently co presented on Radio 1 with Strictly star Dev Griffin, had booked a Thailand trip with her boyfriend Scott Dobinson,but it has now been cancelled as the government has urged the public not to travel unless it's essential.
It comes as the virus has killed 55 people in the UK, and infected 1,543.
Scarlett recently declared she's not apologising to anyone who thinks her looks aren't "good enough".
She shared a natural selfie on Instagram and wrote that she's "taking back ownership" of her body.
In the defiant message, Scarlett insisted she's embracing her looks flaws and all – and refuses to say sorry to any trolls who don't like her.
She wrote: "2020 is the year I feel like a boss & I'm not afraid to say it.
"I’m taking ownership for my body and not apologising to anyone who thinks my looks aren’t 'good enough for them."
Scarlett then went on to add a plug for her collaboration with high street store Peackcocks.
She added: "That’s why I added this boss lady tee to my edit with @peacocks_fashion plus 15% goes to the amazing charity @makeawishuk which help make dreams come true head to peacocks website or instore & feel like a boss with my tee for a tenner."
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