Inside Phoebe Burgess’ self-isolation with her two children in the Southern Highlands


How the other half self-isolate: Phoebe Burgess rides horses and throws a tea party for her children at her family’s Southern Highlands estate during the coronavirus pandemic

Phoebe Burgess is self-isolating at her family’s country estate near Bowral as the number of coronavirus cases in Australia continues to rise.

The mother-of-two, who separated from retired NRL player Sam Burgess last year, has been sharing updates from the Southern Highlands property since Friday.

‘Home is where the heart is. This has never been more true. Feeling very grateful for the people who make home, home. Hope you are all in isolation with your loved ones too,’ she wrote on Instagram over the weekend.

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Horse riding, arts and crafts, and tea parties: Phoebe Burgess is self-isolating at her family’s country estate near Bowral as the number of coronavirus cases in Australia continues to rise

Phoebe has been trying to keep her children, Billy, one, and Poppy, three, occupied during their time spent together as a family.

Poppy has been expressing her creativity with arts and crafts activities. She has also been playing dress-up and singing along to the Frozen soundtrack.

Another photo showed the doting mother enjoying a tea party with her little girl. 

They're a handful! Phoebe has been trying to keep her children, Billy, one, and Poppy, three, occupied during their time spent together as a family

They’re a handful! Phoebe has been trying to keep her children, Billy, one, and Poppy, three, occupied during their time spent together as a family 

Family time: The doting mother enjoyed a tea party with her little girl over the weekend

Family time: The doting mother enjoyed a tea party with her little girl over the weekend

Fresh air: Phoebe has been spending plenty of time outdoors while staying at the remote property. Pictured: Billy Burgess

Fresh air: Phoebe has been spending plenty of time outdoors while staying at the remote property. Pictured: Billy Burgess

Phoebe has been spending plenty of time outdoors while staying at the remote property.

She even helped her youngsters ride horses on the grounds.

In accordance with the government’s guidelines on self-isolation, she has rarely left the estate in the past few days. 

'Poppy's first ride': Phoebe even helped her youngsters ride horses on the grounds

‘Poppy’s first ride’: Phoebe even helped her youngsters ride horses on the grounds

Safety first: In accordance with the government's guidelines on self-isolation, she has rarely left the estate in the past few days. She has only been to the supermarket to pick up essentials and to a local café for takeaway coffee and breakfast

Safety first: In accordance with the government’s guidelines on self-isolation, she has rarely left the estate in the past few days. She has only been to the supermarket to pick up essentials and to a local café for takeaway coffee and breakfast

She has only been to the supermarket to pick up essentials and to a local café for takeaway coffee and breakfast. 

Phoebe had previously stayed at the Southern Highlands property with her children following her split from Sam late last year. 

In October, The Sunday Telegraph reported that the Burgesses had broken up for a second time after initially splitting in December 2018. 

Over: In October, The Sunday Telegraph reported that Phoebe and Sam Burgess had broken up for a second time after initially splitting in December 2018

Over: In October, The Sunday Telegraph reported that Phoebe and Sam Burgess had broken up for a second time after initially splitting in December 2018

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