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Jesinta and Buddy Franklin are reunited after WAG’s quarantine hell


She spent two weeks in hotel quarantine on the Gold Coast with her two young children before flying into Melbourne on Friday to be reunited with her AFL star husband, Buddy Franklin.

And Jesinta Franklin was finally enjoying some fresh air and quality time with her young family over the weekend after a tough few weeks.

Buddy, 34, and Jesinta, 29, took their little ones to the park on Saturday for some much-needed bonding and playtime.

Finally fresh air! Jesinta Franklin spent time at a Melbourne park with her AFL star husband Buddy and their two young children, Tullulah, one, and Rocky, four months, over the weekend after couple were finally reunited on Friday 

The couple both bundled up in casual and comfortable activewear.

Jesinta had her son Rocky, four months, strapped to her chest in a baby carrier while Buddy pushed their daughter Tullulah, one, in a stroller.

The couple were separated for weeks due to border closures around the country.

Jesinta spent quarantine with her children, with the intention of joining the Sydney Swans and GWS Giants in their Queensland pods.

Playtime: Buddy and Jesinta took their little ones to the park on Saturday for some much-needed bonding and playtime

Playtime: Buddy and Jesinta took their little ones to the park on Saturday for some much-needed bonding and playtime

Keeping it casual: The couple both bundled up in casual and comfortable activewear

Keeping it casual: The couple both bundled up in casual and comfortable activewear

But she, along with over 100 other WAGs and family members, faced disappointment after Queensland’s Delta outbreak and announcement of a three-day lockdown over the weekend saw the Sydney teams uprooted for a third time and sent to Melbourne. 

But as Jesinta jetted into Melbourne with her kids on Friday, Victoria was plunged into its sixth lockdown.  

While Jesinta didn’t mention any details of her flight to Melbourne, earlier in the week AFL bosses said they were prioritising jetting families over to Victoria without a further lockdown period.

Doting:  Jesinta had her son Rocky, four months, strapped to her chest in a baby carrier while Buddy pushed their daughter Tullulah, one, in a stroller at times

Doting:  Jesinta had her son Rocky, four months, strapped to her chest in a baby carrier while Buddy pushed their daughter Tullulah, one, in a stroller at times 

Separated: The couple were separated for weeks due to border closures around the country

Separated: The couple were separated for weeks due to border closures around the country

Separated: The couple were separated for weeks due to border closures around the country

Quarantine hell: Jesinta spent quarantine with her children, with the intention of joining the Sydney Swans and GWS Giants in their Queensland pods. But she, along with over 100 other WAGs and family members, faced disappointment after Queensland's Delta outbreak and announcement of a three-day lockdown over the weekend saw the Sydney teams uprooted for a third time and sent to Melbourne

Quarantine hell: Jesinta spent quarantine with her children, with the intention of joining the Sydney Swans and GWS Giants in their Queensland pods. But she, along with over 100 other WAGs and family members, faced disappointment after Queensland’s Delta outbreak and announcement of a three-day lockdown over the weekend saw the Sydney teams uprooted for a third time and sent to Melbourne

Premier Daniel Andrews said there was ‘no alternative’ because the Indian Delta strain of coronavirus is so contagious.

‘None of us want to be in a situation where we have to lockdown again but the Delta variant moves so fast,’ he said. 

‘There are no alternatives to lockdown. If you wait, it will spread. And once it spreads, you can never even hope to run alongside it.

‘I would prefer we didn’t have to make this decision now. But my fear is if we were to wait a few days there is every chance instead of being locked down for a week, this gets away from us.’

Residents are only allowed to leave home for exercise, essential shopping, care-giving, essential work and getting vaccinated.

Oh no: But as Jesinta jetted into Melbourne with her kids on Friday, Victoria was plunged into its sixth lockdown

Oh no: But as Jesinta jetted into Melbourne with her kids on Friday, Victoria was plunged into its sixth lockdown

Friends: At one stage, Jesinta appeared to be joined at the playground with a friend and her children

Friends: At one stage, Jesinta appeared to be joined at the playground with a friend and her children

Natural beauty: Jesinta went makeup free during the outing and covered her face with a protective face mask

Natural beauty: Jesinta went makeup free during the outing and covered her face with a protective face mask 



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