‘She’s so happy’: Jesinta Campbell shares a sweet video of daughter Tullulah running up to her father Buddy Franklin as the family reunites after almost seven weeks apart
And on Saturday, the 29-year-old WAG and model shared a sweet black and white video of her family as they enjoyed a lockdown walk together.
Jesinta shared an adorable clip of daughter Tullulah, one, running up to her father and taking his hand during the family’s leisurely weekend stroll.
‘She’s soooo happy’: Jesinta Campbell, 29, shared a sweet video of her daughter Tullulah running up to father Buddy Franklin as the family reunited after almost seven weeks apart
‘She’s soooo happy,’ the brunette beauty dotingly captioned the clip.
Jesinta also put up a black and white photo of Buddy holding hands with their daughter while walking.
Buddy had been stationed in Queensland with his Sydney Swans teammates and other teams and officials after the AFL was moved to Queensland due to Covid outbreaks in both Sydney and Melbourne.
Adorable: Jesinta also put up a black and white photo of her AFL star husband Buddy holding hands with their daughter while walking
Jesinta had flown up and completed hotel quarantine with Tullulah and young bub Rocky, four months, with the intention of joining the Swans and 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.
Jesinta’s arrival to Victoria comes as the state is plunged into its sixth Covid lockdown.
What a whirlwind! Jesinta is now is Victoria, after completing hotel quarantine in Queensland with her family only for the AFL teams to be relocated to Melbourne
On Thursday, she told The Herald Sun that she was planning to fly to Melbourne to reunite with Buddy.
‘It’s day by day and the whole thing has changed so many times, but we’re hoping to get out,’ she said.
‘It’s been tough but it’s just the reality of the world we’re living in at the moment. Not only me and what all the other Swans and GWS players’ partners have to do, but thousands of Australians,’ she added.
‘It’s been tough’: On Thursday, she told The Herald Sun that she was planning to fly to Melbourne to reunite with Buddy