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Allison Langdon takes son Mack to film 60 Minutes

She’s the 60 Minutes journalist who is also mother to a four-month-old baby boy named Mack.

And Allison Langdon, 37, melted fans’ hearts this Friday by sharing a snap of herself holding the little tot at the airport as they embarked on a journey together for the latest installment of 60 Minutes.

The snap showed Allison in the airport standing by the Qantas terminal holding her son in her arms. 

Working mum! Allison Langdon is proving that you can work and be a mum at the same time in her latest Instagram post

She wore an all black ensemble that was matched with a dark grey scarf to fight the winter weather.

Baby Mack matched his mum in an adorable monochrome striped jumpsuit.

She dragged with her a large black suitcase as she was about to head out on another exciting 60 Minutes assignment. 

Multitasking! The 37-year-old journalist shared a snap on Friday of her and her young son at the airport as they embarked on a journey together for the latest installment of 60 Minutes

Multitasking! The 37-year-old journalist shared a snap on Friday of her and her young son at the airport as they embarked on a journey together for the latest installment of 60 Minutes

The snap was captioned: Mack’s first 60 Minutes trip! He was a big help wasn’t he Stefanie [60 Minutes producer]??

Many comments on the snap were crediting Allison’s hard work juggling her career and her family, with one person writing: ‘Inspirational mumma right there!’

Despite managing her busy home and work life, Allison told whimn.com.au that she is still discovering things as a mother.

Inspiration: Many comments on the snap were crediting Allison's hard work juggling her career and her family, with one person saying: 'Inspirational mumma right there!'

Inspiration: Many comments on the snap were crediting Allison’s hard work juggling her career and her family, with one person saying: ‘Inspirational mumma right there!’

She said: ‘I have found that you can’t do it all and be good at it.’ 

‘Juggling this new world of motherhood, I have just worked out that you have to be 50 per cent good at everything and accept that.’ 

‘I have had to come to terms with the fact that I’m not going to be brilliant at everything right now and that’s OK,’ she explained. 

Balancing act: 'Juggling this new world of motherhood, I have just worked out that you have to be 50 per cent good at everything and accept that'

Balancing act: ‘Juggling this new world of motherhood, I have just worked out that you have to be 50 per cent good at everything and accept that’



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