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Kate Langbroek says hotel quarantine in Melbourne with her family of six is ‘very intense’

Kate Langbroek says hotel quarantine with her family of six is ‘very intense’ after they returned to Australia from Italy

Kate Langbroek is back in Australia and halfway through mandatory hotel quarantine in Melbourne, after returning home following a two-year stay in Italy.

And the radio presenter described the experience of living in close quarters with her of family of six as ‘very intense’ during an interview with The Project on Tuesday.

The 55-year-old said: ‘It’s really, very intense to have six people together in a very small space with not even a window that you can open.’

Too close: Kate Langbroek is in hotel quarantine in Melbourne with her family of six. She told The Project on Tuesday: ‘It’s really, very intense to have six people together in a very small space with not even a window that you can open.’ Pictured is Kate with her three sons

‘The only consolation is you can yell at the kids as loud as you want, no one will come!’ Kate joked. 

‘You can do whatever you want. No one is breaching the security of that front door. They’ll just leave you to it,’ she added.

Elsewhere in the interview, Kate explained her family was almost split up into two groups of three for their two weeks of quarantine.

'No one is breaching that front door': Kate joked, 'The only consolation is you can yell at the kids as loud as you want, no one will come'

‘No one is breaching that front door’: Kate joked, ‘The only consolation is you can yell at the kids as loud as you want, no one will come’

‘When we came off the plane, and there were only 30 people on our plane, we just got allocated a hotel,’ she said.

‘The first hotel we were at had no capacity for six people to all be together so we were going to be split up for the two weeks, into two groups of three.’

Fortunately for Kate and her family, they were sent to another hotel that could accommodate them.

‘And a great view by the looks of things,’ The Project host Lisa Wilkinson added.

Freedom: The radio presenter revealed she and her family will be let out of quarantine on 11:59pm on the 24th of December

Freedom: The radio presenter revealed she and her family will be let out of quarantine on 11:59pm on the 24th of December

Kate revealed they will be let out of quarantine on 11:59pm on December 24.

She will join KIIS FM’s 3pm Pick-Up next year alongside Katie ‘Monty’ Dimond and Yumi Stynes, replacing departing host Rebecca Judd.

Kate and her husband of 17 years, Peter Lewis, returned to Australia last week after relocating to Bologna, Italy, with their four children, Lewis, Sunday, Artie and Jan, in January 2019.

Back home: Kate and her husband of 17 years, Peter, returned to Australia last week after relocating to Bologna, Italy with their four children, Lewis, Sunday, Artie and Jan, in January 2019

Back home: Kate and her husband of 17 years, Peter, returned to Australia last week after relocating to Bologna, Italy with their four children, Lewis, Sunday, Artie and Jan, in January 2019

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