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Kate Langbroek says sending children to school ‘feels like a miracle’ after two-year stint in Italy

Kate Langbroek says sending her children to school ‘feels like a miracle’ – after ‘intense’ quarantine with family following their return from a two-year stint in pandemic-ravaged Italy

Kate Langbroek has been through a difficult few years, living in Italy with her family of six during some of the worst days of the pandemic. 

The radio star and her brood returned to Australia late last year, after extensive lockdowns and mandatory hotel quarantine in Melbourne. 

Now the 55-year-old is marvelling at the joy of the small things – such as sending her children back to school. 

Home: Kate Langbroek has been through a difficult few years, living in Italy with her family of six during some of the worst days of the pandemic. Now the 55-year-old is marvelling at the joy of the small things – such as sending her children back to school. Pictured with her family

On Friday, Kate shared a photo of her children in school uniforms, setting off for their day. 

She captioned the simple photograph: ‘When going to school feel like a miracle. #firstday’.   

Last month, Kate was in a mandatory hotel quarantine with her husband and their four children in Melbourne after returning from a two-year stint in one of the worst countries affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, Italy.

Normal: On Friday, Kate shared a photo of her children in school uniforms, setting off for their day. She captioned the simple photograph: 'When going to school feel like a miracle. #firstday'

Normal: On Friday, Kate shared a photo of her children in school uniforms, setting off for their day. She captioned the simple photograph: ‘When going to school feel like a miracle. #firstday’

On Christmas Eve, Kate revealed the group were finally free from lockdown – as she captioned a beaming picture of the family with: ‘When negative is a positive…’

She added the caption: ‘six do quarantine’ and ‘Christmas, here we come.’  

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

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

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

When the gang were halfway through their quarantine in the middle of December, Kate spoke out about her experience during an interview with The Project.

‘It’s really, very intense to have six people together in a very small space with not even a window that you can open,’ she candidly said. 

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

Tough: When the gang were halfway through their quarantine in the middle of December, Kate spoke out about her experience during an interview with The Project, calling it 'intense'

 Tough: When the gang were halfway through their quarantine in the middle of December, Kate spoke out about her experience during an interview with The Project, calling it ‘intense’ 

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