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Entertainment Kate Langbroek's husband sued for breaking lockdown rules in Italy: 'It was pretty intense'

07:35  03 april  2020
07:35  03 april  2020 Source:   celebrity.nine.com.au

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Kate Langbroek et al. taking a selfie: Kate Langbroek and her husband Peter Allan Lewis. © Instagram Kate Langbroek and her husband Peter Allan Lewis. Kate Langbroek has revealed that her husband Peter Allan Lewis was sued by the city of Bologna, Italy, for breaking lockdown rules.

Langbroek, who has been living in self-isolation with her family for four weeks amid the coronavirus crisis, opened up to Triple M Sydney's Moonman in the Morning about the incident.

"Peter, my husband actually got stopped by the police on his bicycle three weeks ago at 7am on a Sunday," Langbroek said.

"They'd changed the rules the night before, it was pretty intense, he's being sued by the city of Bologna. They said to him 'Have you got a lawyer?'

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"We can't even walk a dog now. I've probably only left the house five times in a month. It's very difficult."

Despite the strict rules to contain the virus in Italy, Langbroek admitted that she's connecting with her family on a new level.

Kate Langbroek et al. sitting at a table with a plate of food: Kate Langbroek with her husband and their four children in Italy. © Instagram Kate Langbroek with her husband and their four children in Italy.

"I'm far less filled with maternal rage than I have been before. It's like the stages of grief. You move into acceptation, then exhaustion, and there's not point resisting as this is just how it is."

On April 1, Langbroek revealed on Hughesy & Ed's radio show that the lockdown has had a positive impact on her marriage to Lewis.

"We lie in bed like little gumnut babies just clutching each other's hands until we fall asleep ready to start it all again the next day," Langbroek told Hughesy & Ed.

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Langbroek has been holed up at home with Lewis and their four children, Lewis, Sunday, Artie and Jan.

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