Tom Holland During Quarantine 2020 | Funny Tom Holland Quarantine Videos | Try Not To Laugh |

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By FilMonger

The cinema world’s best Spider-Man (or, at least, the first one to generate more than $1 billion from a single film) has had quite the eventful few weeks, even from the confines of his home. 

Early into his quarantine, Tom Holland went live on Instagram with his brothers (Harry, Sam and Pat), during which they completed a puzzle and spoke about their registered charity: The Brother’s Trust.

Their organisation focuses on giving a voice to charities that struggle to gain footing in the seemingly never-ending sea of existing non-profit organizations. It was founded by Holland’s parents, Nikki and Dom Holland, but Tom functions as the main focal point of the fundraising efforts.

After one of his Instagram lives, the Holland family continued with their puzzle war over the next few days. On  March 22, he reportedly woke up not feeling well. After announcing this on Instagram, a few fans took to Twitter to proclaim their concern. Ultimately, nothing came from it and he seems to be doing fine now.

Via Instagram, The Brother’s Trust made an exciting announcement about a donation from the Anthony Nolan Charity, which focuses on saving the lives of individuals with blood cancer.

Holland has also had some fun while in quarantine. He participated in a fitness challenge that doesn’t seem to have an official name but has been dubbed by some as the “Coronavirus T-shirt Social Media. Challenge.” This challenge requires participants to put on a t-shirt while doing a handstand.

Rumor has it that Holland has also ended his nine-month romantic relationship with childhood friend Olivia Bolton. Because of Holland’s determination to keep his dating life private, exact details are difficult to come by.

In a very Tom Holland manner, he also decided to adopt three chickens, in order to deal with the current egg shortage in the UK.

His career doesn’t seem to have been impacted too much by the virus; Onward (2020) was quickly moved from the movie theater to Disney+.At the end of the day, Tom Holland seems to be enjoying his quarantine, and it’s safe to say that he hopes you are too.