Armie Hammer braved the outside to recite some poetry.
The “Name Me by Your Title” actor, 33, went to Central Park “weeks in the past,” we’re informed, to recite poet Wendy Cope’s “Valentine.” The outcome, which was posted Monday, is a vibrant spot in the course of the ongoing coronavirus quarantine that has shutdown New York Metropolis.
“Right here he’s, the attractive and proficient Mr Armie Hammer reciting one among my favourite poems by Wendy Cope on a crisp spring day in Central Park,” the Instagram account Poetry in the Wild posted Monday morning. “Hear and swoon my mates.”
“My coronary heart has made its thoughts up / And I’m afraid it’s you. / No matter you’ve received lined up, / My coronary heart has made its thoughts up / And in the event you can’t be signed up / This yr, subsequent yr will do. / My coronary heart has made its thoughts up / And I’m afraid it’s you,” the poem reads.
Followers instantly swooned over Hammer’s scintillating rendition in the feedback.
“That is SO BEAUTIFUL! I like him wholeheartedly and I believe that he did it completely,” commented one fan.
“Will he do it once more, please ???” begged one other.
“Wouldn’t thoughts @armiehammer as my valentine,” wrote one other love-struck fan.