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Inside Phoebe Burgess’ self-isolation with her two children in the Southern Highlands

Horse riding, arts and crafts, and tea parties: Inside Phoebe Burgess’ self-isolation with children Billy, one, and Poppy, three, at her family’s sprawling Southern Highlands estate

Former WAG Phoebe Burgess appear to have relocated to her family’s Bowral home in New South Wales amid the global coronavirus pandemic.

The mother-of-two has been sharing updates from the sprawling Southern Highlands estate since Friday. 

Following her split from husband Sam Burgess, Phoebe, 30, appears to have chosen to self-isolate and practice the government’s suggested social-distancing measures away from Sydney, and her ex-partner.

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Horse riding, arts and crafts, and tea parties: Inside Phoebe Burgess' self-isolation with children Billy, one, and Poppy, three, at her family's sprawling Southern Highlands estate

Horse riding, arts and crafts, and tea parties: Inside Phoebe Burgess’ self-isolation with children Billy, one, and Poppy, three, at her family’s sprawling Southern Highlands estate

‘Home is where the [heart] is. This has never been more true, feeling very grateful for the people who make home, home. Hope you are all in isolation with your loved ones too,’ she wrote last week on her Instagram.

Phoebe has been doing her best to keep her two toddlers occupied and entertained during the time spent together as a family.

She filmed daughter Poppy doing a range of arts and crafts activities, playing dress-ups and signing along to children’s film Frozen. 

Phoebe has been doing her best to keep her two toddlers occupied and entertained during the time spent together as a family

Phoebe has been doing her best to keep her two toddlers occupied and entertained during the time spent together as a family

Mother-daughter time: The doting mother enjoyed a tea party with her little girl

Mother-daughter time: The doting mother enjoyed a tea party with her little girl

Fresh air: On the remote property, Phoebe has also had the chance to spend time outdoors with her youngsters

Fresh air: On the remote property, Phoebe has also had the chance to spend time outdoors with her youngsters

Another photo showed the doting mother enjoying a tea party with her little girl. 

On the remote property, Phoebe has also had the chance to spend time outdoors with her youngsters, and even go horse riding.

While she told her followers to ‘stay home’ and only go to the shops for essentials, she has also showed support for a local Bowral cafe by popping out for a takeaway coffee and breakfast.  

'Poppy's first ride': Phoebe also gave her daughter a chance to ride one of the family's horses on the property

‘Poppy’s first ride’: Phoebe also gave her daughter a chance to ride one of the family’s horses on the property

Helping out: While she told her followers to 'stay home' and only go to the shops for essentials, she showed support for a local Bowral cafe by popping out for a takeaway coffee and breakfast

Helping out: While she told her followers to ‘stay home’ and only go to the shops for essentials, she showed support for a local Bowral cafe by popping out for a takeaway coffee and breakfast

Phoebe had previously stayed in the Southern Highlands home with her children, following her split from footballer husband Sam Burgess. 

In October, The Sunday Telegraph reported that Phoebe and Sam had broken up for a second time after initially splitting in December.

The pair had rekindled their marriage in April, but an insider claimed things ‘just didn’t work’ and Sam ‘moved out several weeks’ earlier.

Over: In October, The Sunday Telegraph reported that Phoebe and Sam had broken up for a second time after initially splitting in December

Over: In October, The Sunday Telegraph reported that Phoebe and Sam had broken up for a second time after initially splitting in December

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