Jesinta Campbell jets to Queensland to join husband Buddy Franklin in the covid-safe AFL bubble


WAG Jesinta Campbell admits she’s ‘cooked’ as she jets to Queensland with her two children and bags of luggage to join husband Buddy Franklin in the covid-safe AFL bubble

Model and WAG Jesinta Campbell sure had her hands full as she jetted to Queensland on Thursday to join her AFL star husband Buddy Franklin in the covid-safe bubble. 

The 29-year-old flew to her home state from Sydney with their two children, Tullulah, one, and Rocky, four months, and bags and bags of luggage. 

Jesinta documented their journey on her Instagram stories and said she was ‘cooked’ upon landing. 

She’s got her hands full! On Thursday, WAG Jesinta Campbell admitted she was ‘cooked’ as she jetted to Queensland with her two children to join husband Buddy Franklin in the covid-safe AFL bubble

Jesinta flew to Brisbane to join Sydney Swans star Buddy, 34, who had previously spent four weeks away from the family for work. 

For the travels, Jesinta kept comfortable in a beige tracksuit and Louis Vuitton sneakers, with her dark locks tied into a low ponytail. 

She kept her daughter Tullulah entertained on the flight with colouring in pencils and an activity book. 

Reunited: Jesinta flew to Brisbane to join Sydney Swans star Buddy, 34, who had previously spent four weeks away from the family for work

Reunited: Jesinta flew to Brisbane to join Sydney Swans star Buddy, 34, who had previously spent four weeks away from the family for work

Mum on the move! She kept her daughter Tullulah entertained on the flight with colouring in pencils and an activity book

Mum on the move! She kept her daughter Tullulah entertained on the flight with colouring in pencils and an activity book

Upon landing in Brisbane, Jesinta shared a mask selfie showing herself cradling one of her tiny tots and writing: ‘We made it. I’m cooked.’

In another image, as she pushed a double pram, Jesinta wrote how she felt lucky to be able to reunite her family amid the pandemic and the subsequent border closures.

‘It’s not lost on me how privileged we are to be able to reunite our families,’ Jesinta wrote. 

'It's not lost on me': In another image, as she pushed a double pram, Jesinta wrote how she felt lucky to be able to reunite her family amid the pandemic and the subsequent border closures

‘It’s not lost on me’: In another image, as she pushed a double pram, Jesinta wrote how she felt lucky to be able to reunite her family amid the pandemic and the subsequent border closures

Lucky! She said that at the airport, she lost one of the bags that was filled with nappies, but one of the AFL staffers who appeared to travel with her relocated the bag

Lucky! She said that at the airport, she lost one of the bags that was filled with nappies, but one of the AFL staffers who appeared to travel with her relocated the bag

She added: ‘Thank you to the AFL and Queensland Health for keeping us safe and making this possible.’

Jesinta flew interstate with three suitcases of luggage, which included labelled kids Tupperware for her children and medication. 

She said that at the airport, she lost one of the bags that was filled with nappies, but one of the AFL staffers who appeared to travel with her relocated the bag. 

Jesinta and her tiny tots are now undergoing mandatory 14-day hotel quarantine.  

Currently a number of AFL teams are in the Sunshine State at the covid-safe AFL bubble to ensure they can keep the game going amid the coronavirus pandemic. 

There is also an NRL hub for players and their families, where WAGS including Zoe Marshall and Tahlia Giumelli are staying.

Quarantine ready: Jesinta flew interstate with three suitcases of luggage, which included labelled kids Tupperware for her children and medication

Quarantine ready: Jesinta flew interstate with three suitcases of luggage, which included labelled kids Tupperware for her children and medication

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