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Lara Worthington (née Bingle) has admitted that she wore the same tank top for days while quarantining in a Sydney hotel.
Posting to Instagram on Saturday, the 33-year-old posted a throwback photo of herself after putting together a State of Liberty Lego set.
'Quarantine achievement! Also didn’t change my T-shirt for a few days,' the mother-of-three captioned the post.
In the photo, which was taken during a mandatory hotel quarantine stay in January, Lara beamed as she held her masterpiece in her hands.
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She was sporting a bare-faced look, while her hair was tied up in a pony tail.
Earlier this year, Lara returned to her hometown of Sydney after living in Los Angeles with her husband of seven years, actor Sam Worthington.
The genetically blessed couple are parents to sons Rocket, five, and Racer, four, and their 11-month-old who's name is yet to be announced.
Lara and Sam have been based in the US with their family for years.
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According tomagazine last year, the couple decided to relocate back to their native Australia for an 'extended stay.'
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The publication reported that the pair will be temporarily moving Down Under while Sam performs in the Sydney Theatre Company's production, Appropriate.
The production will take place in March, and along with Sam's Avatar commitments in New Zealand, 'a more permanent move Down Under doesn't seem totally off the cards just yet'.
In an interview with, the doting mum said that she thinks her body was 'meant to have kids' and she would 'happily' have more in the future.
Since her return Down Under, Lara has showed off her impressive physique in a number of beach-side photoshoots.
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