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Jesinta Franklin reveals she is being tormented by ‘the bloody Wiggles’ on her car stereo

Jesinta Franklin reveals she is being tormented by ‘the bloody Wiggles’ on her car stereo


Jesinta Franklin is a doting mother to two young children, Tullulah, one, and Rocky, eight months. 

And the 30-year-old model shared a relatable post on Tuesday while promoting a supplement company.

Jesinta, who is an ambassador for the brand, attempted to do an Instagram story in her car, only for The Wiggles to begin blaring on her car stereo. 

Oh no! Jesinta Franklin revealed she is being tormented by ‘the bloody Wiggles’ on Tuesday, sharking her woes on Instagram

‘Somehow The Wiggles are playing,’ Jesinta said, seemingly surprised. 

‘I feel like that happens every time I get in the car now – the bloody Wiggles are blaring,’ she said. 

‘Gone are the days of playing hip music in your car – it’s now all about the Wiggles,’ she added.  

The star regularly shares details of life as a busy mother-of-two on Instagram. 

Hitmakers! 'I feel like that happens every time I get in the car now - the bloody Wiggles are blaring,' Jesinta said. Pictured: The Wiggles at The ARIA Awards this month

Hitmakers! ‘I feel like that happens every time I get in the car now – the bloody Wiggles are blaring,’ Jesinta said. Pictured: The Wiggles at The ARIA Awards this month

Fears: In an interview for the August issue of Marie Claire Australia, Jesinta admitted she worries for her children, who are part Indigenous Australian

Fears: In an interview for the August issue of Marie Claire Australia, Jesinta admitted she worries for her children, who are part Indigenous Australian

Jesinta shares Tullulah and Rocky with her husband-of-five-years, AFL star Lance ‘Buddy’ Franklin.

In an interview for the August issue of Marie Claire Australia, Jesinta admitted she worries for her children, who are part Indigenous Australian.

‘As parents, we’re trying to raise Lulu and Rocky to be resilient and to stand up for themselves,’ she explained.

‘It’s heartbreaking to know they will face prejudice and racism at some stage in their lives – it’s not about if, it’s about when – but they’ll know that kind of behaviour isn’t OK.’  

Young family: In addition to Tullulah, Jesinta is also mum to an eight-month-old son, Rocky, who she shares with her husband of five years, Lance 'Buddy' Franklin

Young family: In addition to Tullulah, Jesinta is also mum to an eight-month-old son, Rocky, who she shares with her husband of five years, Lance ‘Buddy’ Franklin

The former Miss Universe Australia 2010 said while she’s ‘guided’ by her 34-year-old AFL star husband, she’s ‘also taken the initiative to educate myself’.

She said she’s determined to ensure her kids are connected to their culture, and wants to ‘be the best mum to our First Nations babies and the best ally I can be’.

‘I feel like I have a big responsibility to ensure my kids can connect to culture and can continue to share their history and be the storytellers for the next generation,’ she added.

'I feel like I have a big responsibility to ensure my kids can connect to culture and can continue to share their history and be the storytellers for the next generation,' she said

‘I feel like I have a big responsibility to ensure my kids can connect to culture and can continue to share their history and be the storytellers for the next generation,’ she said

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