Phoebe Burgess would lock herself up in the pantry to get some time to herself from her kids in lockdown

As a single mother of two young children, Phoebe Burgess sometimes just needs a break.

And in an interview with Who magazine on Tuesday, the Southern Highlands socialite revealed the clever tactics they used to get the well-deserved “me-time” away from Poppy (4) and Billy (2) during the Covid lockdown.

Phoebe, 32, who shares her children with ex-husband Sam Burgess, said she would lock herself up in the pantry for a breather while playing hide and seek with her children.

Flawless technology: Phoebe Burgess has revealed her clever tactics to deprive her children Poppy (4) and Billy (2) of their well-deserved “me-time” during the Covid ban

When asked how she manages to “find time for herself,” she said, “It’s just not that much of a reality for me right now, unless it’s a you or a squid game on Netflix at 10pm while my daughter Poppy snores like a snorer freight train next to me.

“If I lock myself in the pantry while hiding, I usually get a few solo minutes!”

She added that she has also tried to work in more “mommy time” activities that she enjoys doing herself into family days, with her current obsession with “scootering”.

“We’re together, we’re outside, but we’re still in our own little worlds on our scooters. I love anything that is an adventure with the children, ”she said.

Fun for mom and the kids! She added that she also tried to work in more “mummy time” activities that she still loves to this day, with her current obsession being with “roller-skating”.

Former rugby league WAG: Phoebe shares her two children with ex-husband Sam Burgess

She said that while she absolutely loves hanging out with her kids, being crammed together around the clock during the lockdown hasn’t been the easiest ride.

“I wouldn’t necessarily call lockdown relaxation with two high-energy, needy and adolescent children at any point in time!” She laughed.

Phoebe isn’t the only soccer WAG to admit hiding from their kids.

Lockdown Life: She said that while she absolutely loves hanging out with her kids, being crammed together around the clock during lockdown hasn’t been the easiest ride

Takes a Minute: Last year AFL WAG Bec Judd shared videos on Instagram of hiding from her kids in the kitchen during Melbourne’s seemingly endless lockdown

Last year, Bec Judd shared videos on Instagram of hiding from her children in the kitchen during the seemingly endless lockdown on Melbourne.

Make-up-free Jaggad founder, who is married to AFL star Chris Judd, sat on the floor against a cupboard while a robotic vacuum cleaner hummed past her.

She said, “I’m hiding from my children in the kitchen. I need a break’.

Bec is the mother of son Oscar, nine, daughter Billie, six, and twins Tom and Darcy, four.

Help me roomba! The make-up-free Jaggad founder sat on the floor by a cupboard while a robot vacuum cleaner whizzed past her

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