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LISA Armstrong has showed off a glowing complexion as she pampers herself during self-isolation.

The professional make-up artist shared a selfie with fans revealing that she’d been busy getting the house spring cleaned before giving herself time for a “pamper”.

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Lisa took the time to enjoy some self-care[/caption]

“Spring clean done, now time for a pamper…. #stayhome #staysafe,” she captioned the snap which saw her pose with no make-up and two eye masks helping her skin to recover.

Lisa been quarantining herself along with the rest of the nation as they cope with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Her decision to indulge into some self-care comes as The Sun exclusivly revealed she was back on civil terms with ex-husband Ant McPartlin, two months after finalising their mammoth £31million divorce settlement.

The former couple spent years wrangling over the details of their split but are now seeing each other to hand over their shared pet dog Hurley.

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She finalised her divorce from Ant McPartlin after years of bitter arguments[/caption]

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Lisa is an award-winning MUA for British TV including Strictly[/caption]

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The pair share custody of their pooch Hurley[/caption]

Sources say their willingness to be face-to-face again is a “huge step forward” — and a sign things have moved on.

A friend said: “For a long time this just wouldn’t have been possible without an intermediary. Some of the rows at the height of the break-up were utterly explosive.”

The UK coronavirus death toll today rose to 465 after 43 more deaths in the last 24 hours.

Among the latest deaths is a 47-year-old with no underlying health conditions.

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Yesterday, 87 more deaths were recorded in just 24 hours across the UK in the biggest leap yet.

The UK death toll has halved since yesterday – but tonight did see the biggest increase in the number of infections across the UK – up 1,542 to 9,529.

There are now fears that half of the UK population may have already contracted the virus. as only hospital patients are now being routinely screened.