Though the Boys have postponed the remaining dates of their DNA World Tour until 2021 due to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), Carter said each and every one of them are grateful for the time they are able to spend with their families.
"The silver lining is, there are plans to hopefully get touring back in June or July of next year," said Carter. "But we realize and understand the importance of being responsible when it comes to shows and touring. Right now, we're just waiting to see what happens and following the rules and being responsible and taking care of our families."
"We're all in quarantine but finding things to do with my son while we're indoors and just being present really is important — and that's another silver lining of the pandemic. We now all have to be home with each other," he added. "As a father and a husband (Carter shares 4-year-old son Odin Reign and 10-month-old daughter Saoirse Reign with wife Lauren Kitt), it is important for me to be present as much as I can."
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