Sam Smith fuels up on coffee after going through several ‘stages of a quarantine meltdown’

Sam Smith headed outside for a spot of fresh air after going through ‘several stages of a quarantine meltdown’ at their £12million London mansion on Thursday. 

The singer, 27, fuelled up on coffee as they strolled around North London, a day after telling followers they were in self-isolation amid the current coronavirus pandemic. 

Sam, who had shared an emotional Instagram post earlier in the day,  cut a downcast figure as they headed out with their headphones in.   

Coronavirus crisis: Sam Smith headed outside for a spot of fresh air after going through 'several stages of a quarantine meltdown' at their £12million London mansion on Thursday

Coronavirus crisis: Sam Smith headed outside for a spot of fresh air after going through ‘several stages of a quarantine meltdown’ at their £12million London mansion on Thursday

 Sam was casually-clad in a wool zip-up coat, flared jeans and white trainers. 

The Writing on The Wall hitmaker looked deep in thought as they stepped out alone for the stroll. 

Sam appeared to decide exercise was the best option to help their mental wellbeing after sharing their varying ‘stages of a quarantine meltdown’. 

Caffeine: The singer, 27, fuelled up on coffee as they strolled around North London, a day after telling followers they were in self-isolation amid the current coronavirus pandemic

Caffeine: The singer, 27, fuelled up on coffee as they strolled around North London, a day after telling followers they were in self-isolation amid the current coronavirus pandemic

Wearing a pained expression on their face in two snaps shared to Instagram, the second image saw Sam hold their head in their hands and appear to cry.

Earlier this week, Sam wished their followers the best amid the ongoing coronavirus crisis, as they admitted they were feeling ‘bored s**tless’ at home. 

Speaking to the camera in a three-part Instagram video, they said: ‘Hello everyone! This is a weird, weird, weird time, oh my gosh, very, very strange. 

Pensive: Sam, who had shared an emotional Instagram post earlier in the day, cut a downcast figure as they headed out with their headphones in

Pensive: Sam, who had shared an emotional Instagram post earlier in the day, cut a downcast figure as they headed out with their headphones in

Low-key: Sam was casually-clad in a wool zip-up coat, flared jeans and white trainers

Low-key: Sam was casually-clad in a wool zip-up coat, flared jeans and white trainers

Fresh air: The Writing on The Wall hitmaker looked deep in thought as they stepped out alone for the stroll

Fresh air: The Writing on The Wall hitmaker looked deep in thought as they stepped out alone for the stroll

‘I’m currently in my house. I have got a bit of a headache and allergies but I think I’m alright. But I wanted to stay in just to be safe.

‘This is a weird time. I wanted to reach out to every one of you right now, and send my love. I hope you’re okay.’

Sam alluded to their mental health struggles in the past as they pointed to their head and continued: ‘I hope you’re mentally alright. It’s going to be challenging for anyone who gets in here a little bit, like me.’

Walk: Sam appeared to decide exercise was the best option to help their mental wellbeing after sharing their varying 'stages of a quarantine meltdown'

Walk: Sam appeared to decide exercise was the best option to help their mental wellbeing after sharing their varying ‘stages of a quarantine meltdown’

They went on: ‘I just want to bring home and say how important this time right now is for all of us to remain a unit and look out for each other. All the older people – I’m worrying about my nan right now, I’m worrying about so many people.

‘Be patient and giving, and share things – share food people!’ 

Sam continued to muse: ‘This is going to be an odd and different few weeks. I am going to try and do as much as I can to help. All I can really do – I am pretty s**t at everything else – but I can sing.

Worrying times ahead: Earlier this week, Sam wished their followers the best amid the ongoing coronavirus crisis, as they admitted they were feeling 'bored s**tless' at home

Worrying times ahead: Earlier this week, Sam wished their followers the best amid the ongoing coronavirus crisis, as they admitted they were feeling ‘bored s**tless’ at home

‘So if I’m better in a few days I am going to play some songs and record them. And we can hopefully all have a little sing song together.   

‘It would be nice, we need it, music is a beautiful thing in a time like this.’

They signed off the message: ‘I love you all very much. Please stay safe. Drink loads of water. Read. I hate reading. Do things to keep busy. I am going to watch TV because I’m bored s**tless!’ 

Luxury bolthole: Sam lives in a £12m mansion in London which they have recently upped security measures at after being burgled twice in just one year

Luxury bolthole: Sam lives in a £12m mansion in London which they have recently upped security measures at after being burgled twice in just one year

The current global coronavirus tally is 246,777, and 10,062 have died. 144 of these deaths have taken place in the UK.

Sam lives in a £12m mansion in London which they have recently upped security measures at after being burgled twice in just one year. 

Over the weekend it was revealed Sam has applied for permission to install new CCTV cameras, motion sensors and entry system monitors at the five-bedroom, Grade II listed home in North London.

Sam is thought to have requested the security upgrade after their former property in south London was targeted by burglars twice in 2014. 

Difficult time: Sam shared emotional snaps as they went through several 'stages of a quarantine meltdown' while in self-isolation in their £12 million mansion

Difficult time: Sam shared emotional snaps as they went through several ‘stages of a quarantine meltdown’ while in self-isolation in their £12 million mansion


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