Kate Langbroek reveals she's getting tested for COVID-19 after flying into Melbourne from Italy

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Kate Langbroek reveals she's getting tested for COVID-19 after flying into Melbourne from Italy

Kate Langbroek reveals she's getting tested for COVID-19 after flying into Melbourne from Italy and celebrates her 'first fresh air br

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Kate Langbroek reveals she’s getting tested for COVID-19 after flying into Melbourne from Italy and celebrates her ‘first fresh air break in 10 days’ while in hotel quarantine

She’s just flown back to her native Australia from her new home in Italy, for a visit. 

And on Saturday, radio presenter Kate Langbroek revealed she was getting tested for COVID-19 and even celebrated her ‘first fresh air break in 10 days,’ while in mandatory hotel quarantine in Melbourne. 

The 54-year-old shared pictures and videos of herself and son Lewis, 16, getting tested for coronavirus.    

Testing: Kate Langbroek revealed on Instagram on Saturday that she was getting tested for COVID-19 after flying into Melbourne from Italy and celebrate her 'first fresh air break in 10 days' while in hotel quarantine

Testing: Kate Langbroek revealed on Instagram on Saturday that she was getting tested for COVID-19 after flying into Melbourne from Italy and celebrate her ‘first fresh air break in 10 days’ while in hotel quarantine

In one video, Kate stands ready to take the test and says: ‘Covid test.’

She captioned the image: ‘Okay. I’m taking the test,’ adding hashtags including ‘vius be gone.’

She also shared a clip of Lewis having his temperature taken and a swab being taken from his mouth, as a nurse tells him he’s going ‘really well.’ 

Safety first: She also shared a clip of Lewis having his temperature taken and a swab being taken from his mouth, as a nurse tells him he's going 'really well'

Safety first: She also shared a clip of Lewis having his temperature taken and a swab being taken from his mouth, as a nurse tells him he’s going ‘really well’

Fresh air! On Saturday, she also shared a picture of herself in sparkly gold pants, a colourful jacket and face mask while on the rooftop of their hotel

Fresh air! On Saturday, she also shared a picture of herself in sparkly gold pants, a colourful jacket and face mask while on the rooftop of their hotel

On Saturday, she also shared a picture of herself in sparkly gold pants, a colourful jacket and face mask while on the rooftop of their hotel. 

‘Quarantine update: First fresh air break in 10 days… glorious Melbourne day on the roof… and later, our COVID TEST!’  

Kate and Lewis have just jetted back to Melbourne from their new home in Bologna, Italy. 

She has kept her fans updated with their mandatory 14-day hotel quarantine, which is required for all passengers after arriving from overseas to help stop the spread of COVID-19.

Lockdown: Kate and her family have just spent 10 weeks in lockdown in Italy at their apartment in Bologna, amid the coronavirus pandemic

Lockdown: Kate and her family have just spent 10 weeks in lockdown in Italy at their apartment in Bologna, amid the coronavirus pandemic

Kate and her family have just spent 10 weeks in lockdown in Italy at their apartment in Bologna, amid the coronavirus pandemic.  

In May, Kate revealed that spending 10 weeks in lockdown amid the coronavirus pandemic has made her a ‘better mother’ to her four children.

Kate shared a sweet photo of herself and her son Artie, 12, standing on some steps near their Bologna apartment.

‘Through our lockdown, I have become a better mother. Isn’t that an amazing thing to happen?’ she wrote in the Instagram caption.

Kate’s fans were quick to praise her on how well she has coped during the difficult period. 

Kate and husband Peter Lewis relocated to Bologna, Italy, with their four children, Lewis, 16, Sunday, 15, Artie, 12, and Jan, nine, in January 2019.

It was was supposed to be a ‘family gap year,’ but they decided to extend the break for an additional 12 months. 

Family: Kate and husband Peter Lewis relocated to Bologna, Italy, with their four children, Lewis, 16, Sunday, 15, Artie, 12, and Jan, nine, in January 2019

Family: Kate and husband Peter Lewis relocated to Bologna, Italy, with their four children, Lewis, 16, Sunday, 15, Artie, 12, and Jan, nine, in January 2019

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