Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard Waive April Rent for Their Tenants | 22 Words

Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard have cemented themselves as one of the most iconic couples around and for good reason too.

They may be extremely famous, but they always manage to keep things real and they're always kind.

And now, the famous couple has announced that they will be enacting another generous deed amidst the medical and economic crisis.

Keep scrolling to find out more...

Kristen Bell is one of television's best-loved actresses.

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The comedy star is well known for roles on Veronica Mars, Gossip Girl, and The Good Place. 

She's married to Dax Shepard...

Who is a multitalented actor, writer, director, and podcast host. Match made in heaven, right?

The pair met in 2007...

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They've been together for a long time - but decided to delay their marriage until California legalized same-sex marriage in 2013. What a couple of cuties!

They're known for being the definition of couple goals.

They're incredibly cute together, and can often be spotted in adorably intimate public displays of affection.

They've always avoided becoming a "boring married couple"...

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They're very open about how they want to remain young and fun, even as they grow old together. Adorable. 

But that isn't to say that they make it look easy.

What's fantastic about Dax and Kristen is how open they are about how much work it takes to make a successful marriage.

The couple are open about both marriage and parenthood...

And, though they make both look like great fun, they also admit that it's not always rosy. In fact, the pair have admitted to being enrolled in couple's therapy to make sure that they make it work.

But make it work, they do.

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And talking about the difficulties of marriage and parenthood only serve to normalize these issues and make everyone feel a bit better about their imperfect lives.

Dax has also been open about other struggles...

He's claimed, that from the age of just eighteen until the year 2004, he struggled on and off with substance abuse. He's now clean and living his best life, which is incredible.

And his wife has always been supportive of his journey.

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Having an addicted partner is never easy, so we take our hats off to Kristen for constantly standing by his side.

All in all, they're a very unproblematic couple...

And a recent revelation about the pair goes on to prove this.

Of course, the world has currently come to a standstill due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Since January of this year, COVID-19 has taken the world by a storm and it has truly unleashed its devastating effects.

The virus has spread like wildfire across the world...

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And so far, 17,451 people have died, with a further 400,456 have tested positive for the virus globally. These numbers are utterly terrifying.

Several countries have now gone into a total lockdown in a bid to prevent the spread of the virus...

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And here in the States, hundreds of thousands have been left quarantined to their homes... without jobs.

Lots of people are struggling...

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And many are struggling to make ends meet after being suddenly forced out of work.

Paying rent is a serious issue for many people right now...

But this is no longer so for the tenants of Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard.

Kristen and Dax own Pringus Property LLC...

They own at least 2 residential buildings, so they're officially landlords.

But Kristen and Dax have made a big decision for their tenants...

According to TMZ, the married couple has decided to forgo rent collection for next month amid the coronavirus pandemic, during which many of their tenants are without jobs as California is under a "stay at home" order.

They emailed their tenants last weekend with the good news...

The message expressed empathy and encouragement, and the manager - who is Dax's sister - promised to work with residents going forward as best as possible as everyone learns to adjust to the public health crisis.

Many landlords have also jumped on this bandwagon...

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And a lot of lucky tenants out there face some easier times during this global crisis.

But for the majority of the population affected by COVID-19...

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Times are extremely tough. Make sure to keep scrolling to learn about Washington State announcing a "stay at home" order...