Our favourite heartthrob from To All the Boys I've Loved Before has been sharing his new look on Instagram and people are quick to shame him for it. 

The actor is sporting a beard and looking a bit different than the character he portrays on screen. To which his 'fans' have been reacting in the worst way possible. 

To all these people, may I just remind you - we are in the middle of a pandemic. 

There are much bigger things to worry about than how one looks during this time, Noah's doing whatever he needs to do to stay sane. As are most of us. It could be a look for a new project or it could just be him not caring about how long his beard is getting. Either way, we'll always be a part of the Noah Centineo fan club.

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Using funds donated by you directly to our Favored Nations Core Fund, we bought 1000 medical-grade KN95 masks. ⁣ ⁣ After we received the masks we wanted to make sure we donated them to the right place, so we contacted the Los Angeles Mayor’s office and were told that Sean Penn’s non-profit @COREresponse was in desperate need of masks on the front line as they provided free Covid-19 testing throughout LA.

Thank you @jeffgorell and @mayorofLA for pointing us in the right direction and for everything you’re doing for the City of Los Angeles. ⁣ ⁣ And thank you @COREresponse, @annyounglee, @seanpenn and @losangelesfiredepartment for your selfless work on the ground to combat the global pandemic COVID-19.⁣ ⁣ People in Los Angeles, Atlanta, Napa, and Malibu, head to coreresponse.org/covid19 to schedule your free COVID-19 test, or to sign-up to volunteer to support COVID-19 relief work. Thank you FN fam for Giving a Shit! gas!!

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The actor's non-profit distributed face masks and other supplies from the money that was donated to them via his charity, Favored Nations. And that's why we love this gorgeous man. Beard or no beard.