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Selena Gomez glammed up in designer clothing for a COVID-safe, outdoorsy spread shot by photographer Darío and styled by Yashua Simmons.

'Make sure you pick up the phone and call frequently,' the 28-year-old 'Texican' pop star advised fans in the December/January edition of Vogue México & Latin America.

'We have to make sure we are aware not only of our family, but also of our friends. People feel lonely and isolated, and a simple call to ask how they are doing is very helpful.'  

Leggy: Selena Gomez glammed up in designer clothing for a COVID-safe, outdoorsy fashion spread shot by photographer Darío and styled by Yashua Simmons

Leggy: Selena Gomez glammed up in designer clothing for a COVID-safe, outdoorsy spread shot by photographer Darío and styled by Yashua Simmons

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Hairstylist Marissa Marino coiffed the former Disney Channel star's signature raven locks and make-up artist Melissa Murdick brought out her brown eyes and pink pout.

In her cover story, Selena revealed her aunt and paternal grandparents Ricardo and Mary 'crossed the border between Mexico and the States by hiding in the back of a truck.'

'Family is everything to me. I am very close to my family,' Gomez - a third-generation Mexican-American - gushed.

'My [maternal] grandparents [David and Debbie Cornett] live with me and I wouldn't have it any other way. In my family we fight a lot and love even more.  

The 28-year-old 'Texican' pop star advised fans in the December/January edition of Vogue México & Latin America: 'Make sure you pick up the phone and call frequently. We have to make sure we are aware not only of our family, but also of our friends. People feel lonely and isolated, and a simple call to ask how they are doing is very helpful'

The 28-year-old 'Texican' pop star advised fans in the December/January edition of Vogue México & Latin America: 'Make sure you pick up the phone and call frequently. We have to make sure we are aware not only of our family, but also of our friends. People feel lonely and isolated, and a simple call to ask how they are doing is very helpful'

Glam: Hairstylist Marissa Marino coiffed the former Disney Channel star's signature raven locks and make-up artist Melissa Murdick brought out her brown eyes and pink pout

Glam: Hairstylist Marissa Marino coiffed the former Disney Channel star's signature raven locks and make-up artist Melissa Murdick brought out her brown eyes and pink pout

'I love when people say that your friends are the family you choose, but your family is the family you are stuck with and I think sometimes that brings other challenges but at the same time it brings a sense of history and connection that doesn't it can be replicated.'

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