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Kate Langbroek enjoys a Freedom Day dinner out in St Kilda in Melbourne

Radio star Kate Langbroek and her husband Peter enjoy a Freedom Day dinner in St Kilda on Melbourne’s first night out of lockdown


Kate Langbroek wasted no time hitting the town to enjoy Melbourne‘s Freedom Day. 

The KIISS FM radio star, 56, and her husband, Peter Allen Lewis, enjoyed an alfresco meal on Friday evening, after lockdown was lifted on Thursday night. 

The pair looked in their element as they tucked into prawns and Aperol Spritz cocktails on Fitzroy Street in St Kilda.

Out and about: Kate Langbroek wasted no time hitting the town to enjoy Melbourne’s Freedom Day. The radio star, 56, and her husband, Peter Allen Lewis, enjoyed an alfresco meal on Friday evening, after lockdown was lifted on Thursday night. Both pictured 

Kate opted for a lilac jacket in faux fur fabric, as well as a floral top in a matching tone. 

She wore a scarf in pastel pink and yellow, with her hair down around her face, while skipping the makeup. 

Peter meanwhile looked casually cool in a dark denim shirt and black and white cap. 

Fun: The pair looked in their element as they tucked into prawns and Aperol Spritz cocktails on Fitzroy Street in St Kilda

Fun: The pair looked in their element as they tucked into prawns and Aperol Spritz cocktails on Fitzroy Street in St Kilda

Nice! The couple chatted happily as they ate and looked delighted when their meal arrived

Nice! The couple chatted happily as they ate and looked delighted when their meal arrived

Bright: Kate opted for a lilac jacket in faux fur fabric, as well as a floral top in a matching tone

Bright: Kate opted for a lilac jacket in faux fur fabric, as well as a floral top in a matching tone

The couple chatted happily as they ate and looked delighted when their meal arrived. 

Kate and Peter are no strangers to lockdown, having been trapped in the town of Bologna, Italy, during the height of the pandemic. 

They arrived back in Australia with their children at the end of 2020, after over a year overseas. 

Cool: Peter meanwhile looked casually cool in a dark denim shirt and black and white cap

Cool: Peter meanwhile looked casually cool in a dark denim shirt and black and white cap

Old hats: Kate and Peter are no strangers to lockdown, having been trapped in the town of Bologna, Italy, during the height of the pandemic

Old hats: Kate and Peter are no strangers to lockdown, having been trapped in the town of Bologna, Italy, during the height of the pandemic

Kate and her husband of 17 years, Peter, relocated to Bologna with their four children, Lewis, Sunday, Artie and Jan, in January 2019. 

After returning to Melbourne, they were again plunged into lockdown. 

Victoria officially lifted its stay-at-home orders at 11:59pm on Thursday after the beleaguered state passed its 70 per cent Covid vaccination target.     

Long time: Kate and her husband of 17 years, Peter, relocated to Bologna with their four children, Lewis, Sunday, Artie and Jan, in January 2019. All pictured

Long time: Kate and her husband of 17 years, Peter, relocated to Bologna with their four children, Lewis, Sunday, Artie and Jan, in January 2019. All pictured 

Home: They arrived back in Australia with their children at the end of 2020, after over a year overseas

 Home: They arrived back in Australia with their children at the end of 2020, after over a year overseas

Melbourne bounced back to life on Friday after the longest lockdown on earth, with pubs and restaurants opening their doors for the first time in 77 days.  

Melbourne’s CBD enjoyed a glorious 26C day for its first day out of lockdown, with locals swarming hotspots. 

Pubs opened at midnight to lines of young drinkers desperate to get out for their first Friday on the town in months. 

Life: Melbourne bounced back to life on Friday after the longest lockdown on earth, with pubs and restaurants opening their doors for the first time in 77 days

Life: Melbourne bounced back to life on Friday after the longest lockdown on earth, with pubs and restaurants opening their doors for the first time in 77 days

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