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Rebecca Judd says she will miss son Oscar, eight, when he returns to school after months in lockdown

She’s been homeschooling her children for weeks while in lockdown amid the coronavirus pandemic.  

And on Friday, Rebecca Judd said that she’ll miss her son Oscar, eight, when he returns to school next week.  

The doting mother, 37, shared a sweet image of Oscar on Instagram as they enjoyed their ‘last iso lunch’ together at home.

‘Our last iso-lunch together before school returns’: On Friday, AFL WAG Rebecca Judd said she will miss her eldest son Oscar when he returns to school next week

For lunch, the two enjoyed a delicious Japanese take away meal – sushi and gyoza.

She wrote in the caption: ‘Our last iso-lunch together before school returns for year three (students) next week in Victoria.’

‘I’m going to miss the sounds of you, your classmates and your amazing teacher from distant zoom lessons, and your cricket bat hitting balls into my walls every day, Oscar.’

Doting: Bec said that the house 'will be so quiet' when Oscar is back at school

Doting: Bec said that the house ‘will be so quiet’ when Oscar is back at school 

‘Really, I will. The house will be so quiet,’ she added.

Last week, the mother-of-four has revealed her relief at her children going back to school after homeschooling them for months during the coronavirus epidemic. 

She described last Monday as a ‘bloody happy day’, when her brood were back off to the school gates.

‘I was so anxious going into iso [isolation], and now I am so anxious going out it. You adapt to the change pretty quickly,’ Rebecca said on the 3PM Pick-Up.

Relief: Last week, the mother-of-four has revealed her relief at her children going back to school after homeschooling them for months during the coronavirus epidemic

Relief: Last week, the mother-of-four has revealed her relief at her children going back to school after homeschooling them for months during the coronavirus epidemic

Family: Bec is mother to son Oscar, eight, daughter Billie, six, and toddler twins Tom and Darcy, both aged three, who she shares with husband Chris

Family: Bec is mother to son Oscar, eight, daughter Billie, six, and toddler twins Tom and Darcy, both aged three, who she shares with husband Chris

She explained that she sent most of her children off to school and was thrilled that the school canteen was open so she no longer had to make school lunches. 

‘I have sent three of my four today. The school canteen is open. I am so over being the tuck-shop lady,’ she added.

‘I don’t know if your kids are doing this. But my kids are getting five or ten minute snack breaks every 40 minutes. All day, every day.’ 

Bec is mother to son Oscar, eight, daughter Billie, six, and toddler twins Tom and Darcy, both aged three, who she shares with husband Chris.

Study time: The brunette started homeschooling in March after the state government ruled to shut down all schools in an attempt to limit the spread of COVID-19

Study time: The brunette started homeschooling in March after the state government ruled to shut down all schools in an attempt to limit the spread of COVID-19

Study time: The brunette started homeschooling in March after the state government ruled to shut down all schools in an attempt to limit the spread of COVID-19

It's not easy! She explained that she sent most of her children off to school and was thrilled that the school canteen was open so she no longer had to make school lunches

It’s not easy! She explained that she sent most of her children off to school and was thrilled that the school canteen was open so she no longer had to make school lunches

The brunette started homeschooling in March after the state government ruled to shut down all schools in an attempt to limit the spread of COVID-19. 

Bec set-up mock classrooms for her four children at the family’s $7.3 million mansion in Brighton, Melbourne.

During this time she documented the trials and tribulations of having her family home full-time.

Detailing life in isolation, she hilariously said she was ‘hiding’ from her kids in a frazzled Instagram story she posted in March. 

In one of her posts, the makeup-free WAG was seen sitting on the floor against a cupboard while a robot vacuum cleaner buzzed by her.

In the footage, Bec looked frazzled.

‘I’m hiding in the kitchen from my kids. I need a break,’ she said. 

'I need a break': During this time she documented the trials and tribulations of having her family home full-time. Detailing life in isolation, she hilariously said she was 'hiding' from her kids in a frazzled Instagram story she posted in March

‘I need a break’: During this time she documented the trials and tribulations of having her family home full-time. Detailing life in isolation, she hilariously said she was ‘hiding’ from her kids in a frazzled Instagram story she posted in March

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