The glamorous way Sydney celebrities are doing lockdown amid the city’s Covid-19 crisis


Sydney commenced its first full day of strict lockdown on Sunday amid a surge in Covid-19 cases.

And while most residents are preparing for a two-week stint cramped inside their suburban homes, local celebrities are enjoying a much more glamorous experience.

From isolating inside lavish properties to cashing in with sponsored Instagram posts, here’s how the stars are spending lockdown.

How the other half do lockdown: Sydney’s celebrities are spending the next two weeks living in their lavish homes across NSW. Pictured: Phoebe Burgess and her son at her home in Bowral

Kicking off the list is former WAG Phoebe Burgess (née Hooke) who is isolating in the lap of luxury at her family’s sprawling estate in Bowral.

The mother of two, 32, was forced into self-isolation following a recent visit to the Joh Bailey hair salon in Sydney’s Double Bay.

Joh Bailey was added to Sydney’s growing list of Covid exposure sites on Tuesday, after it was revealed the venue had been exposed from June 17 to June 19. 

'Lockdown isn't all bad': Phoebe is isolating at her family's estate in Bowral. She uploaded this photo of herself and her children, Poppy, two, and Billy, four, playing in the garden on Monday

‘Lockdown isn’t all bad’: Phoebe is isolating at her family’s estate in Bowral. She uploaded this photo of herself and her children, Poppy, two, and Billy, four, playing in the garden on Monday 

The ex-wife of former NRL star Sam Burgess visited the hair salon on June 22 – just days after it was exposed to coronavirus – but has since tested negative to Covid-19. 

On Monday, Phoebe gave fans an update on her lavish lockdown by uploading a gallery of Instagram photos showing herself posing with her children, Poppy, two, and Billy, four, in the garden of her family’s estate.

‘Lockdown isn’t all bad,’ she wrote in the caption. 

Hairy situation: The mother of two, 32, was forced into self-isolation following a recent visit to the Joh Bailey hair salon in Sydney's Double Bay

Hairy situation: The mother of two, 32, was forced into self-isolation following a recent visit to the Joh Bailey hair salon in Sydney’s Double Bay

Idyllic: Phoebe shared this photo of her children running towards her parents' horse paddock

Idyllic: Phoebe shared this photo of her children running towards her parents’ horse paddock

Phoebe also shared a photo of her children running towards the horse paddock. 

On Sunday, Phoebe’s mother, Sarah Hooke, uploaded a photo of the former journalist spending time with her sisters, Harriet and Jemima, in the garden. 

The image showed the trio standing outside during what appeared to be a socially distanced meet-up. 

Socially distanced catch-up: On Sunday, Phoebe's mother, Sarah Hooke, uploaded a photo of the former journalist spending time with her sisters, Harriet and Jemima, in the garden

Socially distanced catch-up: On Sunday, Phoebe’s mother, Sarah Hooke, uploaded a photo of the former journalist spending time with her sisters, Harriet and Jemima, in the garden

In the caption, Sarah explained the women were ‘planning’ – perhaps for Harriet’s upcoming wedding.   

Francesca Packer has also reportedly been forced into isolation after coming into close contact with someone who had been exposed to Covid-19.

The billionaire heiress’ housemate Jacki Mann works at Joh Bailey’s hair salon. 

Lockdown: Billionaire heiress Francesca Packer (left) has been forced into isolation with housemate Jacki Mann (right), who works at Joh Bailey's hair salon

Lockdown: Billionaire heiress Francesca Packer (left) has been forced into isolation with housemate Jacki Mann (right), who works at Joh Bailey’s hair salon

Quarantine: According to The Sydney Morning Herald, Francesca and Jacki are isolating in her $16million penthouse in Darlinghurst (pictured)

Quarantine: According to The Sydney Morning Herald, Francesca and Jacki are isolating in her $16million penthouse in Darlinghurst (pictured)

Francesca, 26, and Jacki are isolating in her $16million penthouse in Darlinghurst, reports The Sydney Morning Herald.

Meanwhile, Pip Edwards and her new boyfriend, Bondi restaurateur Cameron Northway, are reportedly doing lockdown together in Sydney’s eastern suburbs. 

According to The Daily Telegraph, the pair enjoyed an outdoor exercise session at Centennial Park on Saturday.

Couples that train together! Pip Edwards (right) enjoyed a lockdown workout with her new boyfriend, Bondi restaurateur Cameron Northway (left), at Centennial Park on Sunday

Couples that train together! Pip Edwards (right) enjoyed a lockdown workout with her new boyfriend, Bondi restaurateur Cameron Northway (left), at Centennial Park on Sunday 

Locked down: On Monday, the Campbell Parade 'it girl' shared a photo of herself posing in skintight activewear as she began her first working week in lockdown

Locked down: On Monday, the Campbell Parade ‘it girl’ shared a photo of herself posing in skintight activewear as she began her first working week in lockdown 

Pip went public with her relationship with Cameron earlier this month. 

On Monday, the Campbell Parade ‘it girl’ shared a photo of herself posing in skintight activewear as she began her first working week in lockdown. 

‘Locked down WFH,’ she captioned the mirror selfie, which also featured a glimpse of her son, Justice, working on his laptop at the dining table.  

It's in the genes! David Warner shared a cute video to Instagram on Sunday of his daughters Ivy Mae, six, and Indi Rae, five, getting in some 'backyard cricket practice' at their home

It’s in the genes! David Warner shared a cute video to Instagram on Sunday of his daughters Ivy Mae, six, and Indi Rae, five, getting in some ‘backyard cricket practice’ at their home

Elsewhere in Sydney, cricketer David Warner posted a cute video to Instagram of his family getting in some ‘backyard cricket practice’ on day one of the lockdown.

The 34-year-old cheered on his eldest children, Ivy Mae, six, and Indi Rae, five, as they perfected their batting skills on the deck of their $2.3million mansion.   

‘Howzat!’ David was heard saying in the background of the video as Ivy and Indi took turns batting. 

Proud father: David cheered on his eldest children as they perfected their batting skills on the deck of their $2.3million mansion

Proud father: David cheered on his eldest children as they perfected their batting skills on the deck of their $2.3million mansion

Proud mother Candice, 36, was also on hand, spinning the ball to her daughters.

While she wasn’t old enough to play, the couple’s youngest daughter, Isla Rose, who turns two in a matter of days, enjoyed running after the ball in the backyard. 

‘A bit of backyard practice today! And I being the fielders of course,’ David wrote. 

Sporting power couple: David wed former Ironwoman Candice (left) in 2015, and the couple are content with their family of five

Sporting power couple: David wed former Ironwoman Candice (left) in 2015, and the couple are content with their family of five 

The Bachelor’s Anna Heinrich is also enjoying quality time with her seven-month-old daughter, Elle, as she isolates at home with her husband, Tim Robards. 

Uploading a photo of the adorable tot on Sunday, Anna wrote on Instagram: ‘MY LITTLE SUNSHINE #gettingmethroughISO.’  

Plenty of Sydney celebrities are also using lockdown as a time to focus on their lucrative Instagram influencer careers. 

'Getting me through iso': The Bachelor's Anna Heinrich is also enjoying quality time with her seven-month-old daughter, Elle, as she isolates at home with her husband, Tim Robards

‘Getting me through iso’: The Bachelor’s Anna Heinrich is also enjoying quality time with her seven-month-old daughter, Elle, as she isolates at home with her husband, Tim Robards

Ray of sunshine! Uploading a photo of the adorable tot on Sunday, Anna wrote on Instagram, 'MY LITTLE SUNSHINE #gettingmethroughISO'

Ray of sunshine! Uploading a photo of the adorable tot on Sunday, Anna wrote on Instagram, ‘MY LITTLE SUNSHINE #gettingmethroughISO’  

On Monday, singer Jack Vidgen uploaded a mirror selfie while modelling a purple tracksuit set, along with a discount code for the outfit’s label.

‘Good morning from lockdown! Every time I put a story up with this tracksuit set in it I have people asking where it’s from so I just thought I’d post it,’ he wrote.  

Bachelor reject Bella Varelis, meanwhile, promoted a makeup product on Monday by posting a photo of a freebee she’d received from the brand. 

Sponsored post: On Monday, singer Jack Vidgen uploaded a mirror selfie while modelling a purple tracksuit set, along with a discount code for the outfit's label

Sponsored post: On Monday, singer Jack Vidgen uploaded a mirror selfie while modelling a purple tracksuit set, along with a discount code for the outfit’s label

Sydney began its first day of lockdown on Sunday amid a rise in Covid-19 cases.

New South Wales recorded 30 new locally acquired Covid-19 cases on Sunday, bringing the total number of infections in the Bondi cluster to 112 as it’s feared the outbreak is rapidly getting out of control.  

Premier Gladys Berejiklian thrust the city into a two-week lockdown as cases spread further away from the eastern suburbs epicentre, with several burgeoning super-spreader sites being a matter of concern.  

Promotion: Bachelor reject Bella Varelis, meanwhile promoted a makeup product on Monday by uploading a photo of a freebee she'd received from the brand

Cha-ching! Plenty of Sydney celebrities are also using lockdown as a time to focus on their lucrative Instagram influencer careers

Promotion: Bachelor reject Bella Varelis (pictured), meanwhile promoted a makeup product on Monday by uploading a photo of a freebee she’d received from the brand

Chief Health Officer Kerry Chant on Sunday gave no guarantee that the lockdown would be lifted on July 9 as scheduled with cases surging and the long list of exposure sites growing at an alarming rate.

As it stands there are only four reasons for anyone in Greater Sydney, the Blue Mountains, Central Coast, Wollongong and Shellharbour to leave their homes. 

Those reasons are work that can’t be done from home, essential shopping, medical care and exercise in groups less than 10.  

Daily Mail Australia is not suggesting anyone mentioned in this story has Covid-19. 

Concerns: New South Wales Premier Gladys Berejiklian (pictured) thrust Sydney into a 14-day lockdown on Sunday. NSW recorded 30 new locally acquired Covid-19 cases on Sunday, bringing the total number of infections in the Bondi cluster to 112

Concerns: New South Wales Premier Gladys Berejiklian (pictured) thrust Sydney into a 14-day lockdown on Sunday. NSW recorded 30 new locally acquired Covid-19 cases on Sunday, bringing the total number of infections in the Bondi cluster to 112



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