Ashley Tisdale praises AA for allowing husband Christopher French to stream meeting from home


Ashley Tisdale praises Alcoholics Anonymous for allowing her husband Christopher French to stream meeting from home amid coronavirus outbreak

Ashley Tisdale has taken to Twitter to thank Alcoholics Anonymous for their action during the coronavirus outbreak.

The 34-year-old shared a public thank you message to the organization on Saturday as their streaming service allowed her husband, Christopher French, to attend his meeting while at home.

‘Thank you #AlcoholicsAnonymous for having a streaming service at your meetings,’ she began the tweet.

‘My husband was able to stream his favorite meeting. Anyone else who doesn’t feel great about leaving the house check out the Zoom app.’¬†

Gratitude: Ashley Tisdale, 34, thanked Alcoholics Anonymous for online meetings that allowed her husband, Christopher French, to attend from home during the coronavirus outbreak

The actress and singer shared her gratitude for AA on social media on Saturday

The actress and singer shared her gratitude for AA on social media on Saturday

Christopher replied to his wife’s tweet, adding: ‘Yeah, it’s kind of an amazing resource to be able to connect with 12-step recovery meetings from home.’

He also took to his Instagram Stories to continue to share the message.

‘Connected with one of my favorite recovery meetings this morning via the Zoom app, it’s so awesome to see some of these resources being used to connect with people in a positive way rather than just spreading ‘news’ & Fear,’ he began.

‘If you’re struggling don’t hesitate to look online and ask around.’

He concluded with: ‘I guarantee you can find ways to connect with others in whatever your community might be while you’re at home in your pjs or whatever.’

One day at a time: French, 38, also expressed thanks for online AA meetings

One day at a time: French, 38, also expressed thanks for online AA meetings

Paying it forward: The couple also shared an AA resource link for people in recovery

Paying it forward: The couple also shared an AA resource link for people in recovery

Staying connected: The couple also encouraged people in recovery to connect with each other during this time of uncertainty

Staying connected: The couple also encouraged people in recovery to connect with each other during this time of uncertainty 

The pair have been at home keeping isolated amid the deadly coronavirus, which has already caused over 50 deaths in the United States.

Ashley began dating the musician back in 2012 and they married in 2014.

They currently reside in Los Angeles with their two dogs, Ziggy Stardust and Sushi Sue.

Going strong: The couple started dating in 2012 and were married in 2014; they are pictured while out on a dog walk in May 2019

Going strong: The couple started dating in 2012 and were married in 2014; they are pictured while out on a dog walk in May 2019