The 33-year-old actress took to her Instagram Story on Friday to reveal that despite being vaccinated, she contracted the delta variant of COVID-19.
“That delta … she’s a little b—h,” the star wrote over a photo of herself.
Duff explained that her symptoms consisted of a “bad headache,” a loss of taste and smell, “sinus pressure” and “brain fog.”
“Happy to be vaxxed,” she concluded.
Hilary Duff has announced that she has been diagnosed with the delta variant of coronavirus. (Getty Images)
Duff received her vaccine in April, about a month after welcoming her third child.
Per the Daily Mail, the star shared a photo of herself receiving a dose of the vaccine on her Instagram Story on April 20. Alongside the image of herself receiving an injection, Duff posted a sticker reading “I got vaccinated.”
In a second photo, she put her bandage on display after the shot and wrote: “Other people raging other things today … I got that Pfizer.”
It is unclear whether production of the show will be affected. Reps for Hulu did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.
Earlier this week, the actress shared a photo of herself and her castmates with huge smiles while on the set of the show.
The news of the star’s diagnosis comes just days after she confirmed that production on her show ‘How I Met Your Father’ had begun. (Getty Images)
Duff had a COVID-19 scare earlier in the pandemic as well, sharing in late November 2020 that she had been exposed to the virus while working on the show “Younger.”
At the time, she again took to her Instagram Story to announce to fans that she was on day two of her quarantine after being “exposed.”