Lauren Graham on readjusting to home life with Peter Krause after work separation

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Lauren Graham says readjusting to home life with boyfriend Peter Krause has been “difficult” after being separated for work for the past five months.

“Normally it’s a two-hour flight, I’d come home on the weekends, but I couldn’t do that [because of COVID], so we were separated for almost five months, which had never happened before,” Graham, 54, explained during Thursday’s episode of “The Ellen DeGeneres Show.”

“So when I came home the house was a little different.”

While Graham filmed “The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers,” in Vancouver, Krause, 55, and his son Roman, 19, spent quality time bonding during lockdown. Upon her return, the “Talking as Fast as I Can” author knew she’d have to adjust to their newly formed habits.

“I think the reentry was more difficult,” the actress said. “It was more like they were the married couple, and I was the person who … they were like, ‘We don’t do it that way anymore.’ They were like, ‘No, no, no, this is how things happen.’”

Krause also began a “Covid Corner” in their home to bring a little humor to their pandemic lifestyle.

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“Peter started a thing, I guess just to make COVID life fun where he’d go to the store and stock up on ridiculous amounts of whatever and leave it in the corner of the living room and he’d call it, ‘COVID Corner,’ as if that somehow made these piles of stuff fun or a place to visit or a place to show the guests,” Graham continued.

“Nobody’s coming over, but he’d be like, ‘Hey guys! Have you seen COVID Corner?’ It’s not like an amusement park. But I felt like I had to respect COVID Corner and allow it to exist because these times are tough, and everyone just dealt with it their own way.”

Graham and Krause met in 2010 when they played onscreen siblings in NBC’s “Parenthood,” which ran for six seasons.

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