Two times Oscar-winning star and also well-known Hollywood actor, Tom Hanks, didn’t share anything after his treatment for COVID-19 but today, he broke his social media silence with a special photo.
On March 12, Tom Hanks and his wife Rita Wilson are in Australia to shoot the movie, and Tom Hanks had announced that he and his wife got coronavirus diagnosis via his official Instagram account.
After this unexpected news, he had shared nothing on his social media accounts. Today, he finally shared a new photo on Instagram and started to return his old days after the tough process.
Today is a very special day for all humanity in the world because it marks the 50th anniversary of Apollo 13. On April 11, 1970, James Lovell, John Swigert Jr., and Fred Haise Jr. were launched into space for a lunar landing.
Tom Hanks didn’t forget the importance of today and shared a super-rare photo of astronauts, who worked for NASA’s Moon mission, to pay his respect to them.
Here’s what he captioned:
“50 years ago. 1. Send men to the moon. 2. Return them safely to the Earth. Not easy. Apollo 13. Hanx.”
A user named Camile Lavallee commented:
“I hope you’re feeling better!!! ♥️”
Another user named Dennis Hopes wrote this:
“This is truly amazing.”
You can see the Instagram post of him right below.