Hilary Duff reveals she is isolating from family due to COVID-19 exposure

The actress shared the unique ways she's communicating from isolation.

Actress Hilary Duff must spend at least two weeks away from her family after being exposed to COVID-19.

The "Younger" star on Saturday took to Instagram to reveal her quarantine.

The 33-year-old said that she is isolating in the family's basement. She's married to Matthew Koma and is mom to 8-year-old Luca and 2-year-old Banks.

Despite the mounting frustration, Duff and her family are already finding ways to feel less lonely, such as loudly stomping on the ground three times -- a code to tell each other "I love you." The singer filmed herself sending the message to Luca and waiting in anticipation for a response. A wide smile breaks across Duff's face when, after a few seconds, she hears her son's feet stomping above her.

Duff also revealed that her kids may have gone overboard with gifts. "My sweet family was leaving so many sweet treats outside my door, I finally threatened to run up stairs... break quarantine and breathe all over them," she said Sunday.

To prevent her from spending the next two weeks indulging on desserts, her kids hilariously "left an apple pie ... candle" at the door -- which she happily lit.

The "Lizzie McGuire" alum is definitely counting down the days until she can physically hold her children. She shared a few snaps of them from isolation.