Arielle Charnas is back on Instagram after a three-week hiatus. The influencer paused on social media after receiving a reaction for not being quarantined during the current coronavirus pandemic.
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“We miss you so much !! Thank you for letting me take the time to reflect and be with my family ”, the 32-year-old woman captioned a photo her and her two young daughters – Ruby Lou and Esme Rae. “He opened my eyes in many ways, both personally and professionally, and it is for this growth that I am extremely grateful. I can't wait to reconnect with all of you – I love you. "
Arielle Charnas attends the opening of the Bulgari 5th Avenue flagship store on October 20, 2017 in New York City. Shutterstock
Last month, the New York designer – who is behind the fashion and lifestyle brand Something Navy – was criticized for not isolating herself after having tested positive for COVID-19. Instead, she was caught hand in hand with her youngest daughter in the Hamptons, instead of following the advice of quarantined doctors for two weeks.
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"I just wanted to come here and apologize. I never, in a million years, wanted to hurt anyone," said Charnas via Instagram on April 2, while apologizing in tears. "We are not bad people. I'm sorry for anyone who has offended or hurt you in the past two weeks … I'm just sorry to disappoint my community in any way. "
She continued: “I am not writing this to make excuses and I am not seeking validation; I want to share the truth behind the story and, above all, express my sincere remorse. I apologize to anyone who accidentally damaged my decisions … I always had my critics and accepted that. It is part of what I do. But this month, the voices of the critics were very loud, offensive and largely uninformed … I fully recognize that I made mistakes in the process. "
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She continued to observe that her loved ones would take all measures to ensure that they did not come into contact with anyone else and that no one showed symptoms for 72 hours. "With all of this, I learned that the reality of the career and the path I chose for me comes with a powerful responsibility".
Former model TRESemmé has been married to her husband, Brandon Charnas, for five years since she married on Fisher Island, Florida, in October 2014.
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