Radio star Kate Langbroek talks about being in lockdown in amid the ...

'It really makes you appreciate the freedoms and the of a normal life': Radio star Kate Langbroek talks about being in lockdown in amid the coronavirus pandemic... but claims it's 'more terrifying' being in Australia

By Demeter Stamell For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 10:43 GMT, 26 March 2020 | Updated: 10:43 GMT, 26 March 2020

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After trading Australia for last year, Kate Langbroek now finds herself in lockdown with her family as her adopted country battles the coronavirus pandemic.

has been one of the countries hit hardest by the health crisis, but appearing on The Project on Thursday, the 54-year-old radio star claimed it's 'more terrifying' to be in Australia right now.  

'It's more terrifying to be where you are, where you can see the wave coming. We were just thrust into it. We didn't have time to even register much,' she said. 

Housebound: After trading Australia for Italy last year, Kate Langbroek (pictured) now finds herself in lockdown with her family as her adopted country battles the coronavirus pandemic

Housebound: After trading Australia for last year, Kate Langbroek (pictured) now finds herself in lockdown with her family as her adopted country battles the coronavirus pandemic

But she added of life in lockdown: 'It's eminently doable. It's not ideal. It really makes you appreciate the freedoms and the of a normal life.'

Speaking to the program from her home in Bologna, Kate revealed how life has changed for herself, her husband of 17 years, Peter Allen Lewis, and their four children.  

'The lockdown

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