Celebrity Parents Karolína Kurková Says Coronavirus Isolation Gives Her a 'Rare Chance to Bond' Deeply with Family Karolína Kurková is featured on Parents magazine's May cover alongside sons Noah, 4, and Tobin, 10 By Jen Juneau Jen Juneau Twitter Jen Juneau is a digital news writer for PEOPLE. A '90s teen and horror film connoisseur, she started at the brand in 2016, after a decade of working as a technical writer and then moonlighting as a journalist beginning in 2013. Originally from New Orleans, Jen grew up both in NOLA and Florida and eventually attended the University of Central Florida in Orlando (still her home base!), where she earned a bachelor's in English/technical communication, with a minor in magazine journalism. People Editorial Guidelines Published on April 1, 2020 10:05 AM Share Tweet Pin Email Karolína Kurková is counting her blessings amid the spread of the novel coronavirus. The Czech supermodel, 36, is featured on the cover of Parents magazine’s May 2020 issue alongside her sons Noah Lee, 4, and Tobin Jack, 10. In the issue, available Wednesday, she gets candid about how she’s focusing on what she has — and the opportunities to nurture those aspects of her life — while she, her boys and husband Archie Drury are practicing social distancing. “I’m grateful to be able to stay at home and isolate when we know how many heroes are putting themselves on the line to fight this virus,” says Kurková. “For us, I’m finding that staying home gives us a rare chance to bond together as a family on a much deeper level than ever before.” “I’m focusing on being with my sons and husband during this time, showing them life skills and finding activities that can bring us joy,” she explains. “We’re learning about patience, gratitude and values, and are teaching them all about the brave doctors, nurses and others who are on the front lines helping us all stay safe.” Never miss a story — sign up for PEOPLE’s free daily newsletter to stay up-to-date on the best of what PEOPLE has to offer, from juicy celebrity news to compelling human interest stories. Mei Tao for PARENTS Karolína Kurková and her kids cover Parents magazine’s May 2020 issue. Mei Tao for PARENTS Here’s How to Isolate Yourself If You Get Coronavirus — and When It’s Safe to Go Outside Again Like many parents with preteen-age kids, Kurková has jumped on the TikTok train, thanks to her older son. But the amusement of making videos is secondary to the side effect it has of letting her be involved in Tobin’s life. “Tobin’s friends have been filming TikTok dances, so they come over to our house and I join in,” says the mother of two. “It’s actually fun, but the real reason I’m doing it is because I want to understand what’s going on in his life these days. That way I can help if he needs me.” Kurková’s kids have a wide variety of active interests, though, thanks to their mom: “My rule is, for every hour they spend watching a screen, they have to spend an hour doing something outdoors.” The “healthy habits” the model wants to teach her sons extend to their self-sufficiency in the kitchen, too. As she tells Parents, “Tobin can now make pasta and chicken fingers for himself, his brother and his friends. I can see how empowered he feels.” RELATED VIDEO: Andy Cohen Opens Up About Coronavirus Symptoms and Reuniting with Son Benjamin After Quarantine As for how she prioritizes self-care while balancing a career and being a mom, Kurková’s go-to is a good sheet mask, which she calls “an easy way to get an at-home facial.” “I’ll leave one on for 15 minutes while I’m making breakfast or before I go to bed. Even faster is splashing my face with ice-cold water,” she says. “I don’t smoke, I’m not a big drinker and I eat fresh foods. I think those three things have helped to keep my skin healthy.” Two more tricks up her sleeve? Cupping and acupuncture treatments, which the former Victoria’s Secret Angel says “give my skin a glow, but they also recharge me.” As information about the coronavirus pandemic rapidly changes, PEOPLE is committed to providing the most recent data in our coverage. Some of the information in this story may have changed after publication. For the latest on COVID-19, readers are encouraged to use online resources from CDC, WHO, and local public health departments. To help provide doctors and nurses on the front lines with life-saving medical resources, donate to Direct Relief here.