Kate Langbroek and her son Lewis don face masks as they head into Melbourne

Kate Langbroek and her 16-year-old son Lewis don face masks as they head into Melbourne together after being cleared of COVID-19

It was safety first for Kate Langbroek and her 16-year-old son Lewis as they made their way into Melbourne after being cleared of COVID-19.

On Tuesday, the 54-year-old radio host was so overjoyed to be back in her home town that she shared a selfie with her son Lewis from the backseat of a car. 

The mother and son were both wearing face masks and appeared to be on their way to a new place they were staying.

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Safety first! Kate Langbroek and her 16-year-old son Lewis donned face masks as they headed into Melbourne after being cleared of COVID-19

An excited Kate wrote in the caption: ‘SO MUCH TO SEE!’

Her joy to be back home comes after she and Lewis passed a mandatory coronavirus test after arriving back in Australia from Italy.

Kate shared a photo of herself enjoying a celebratory glass of Moët & Chandon Champagne, as Lewis pulled a face for the camera.

‘We passed our Covid test! Thanks @pullmanmelbourne… you’ve been so lovely – now you can kick us out!’ she wrote.

'We passed our COVID test!' It comes after they celebrated being cleared of COVID-19 following mandatory tests they underwent on Saturday

‘We passed our COVID test!’ It comes after they celebrated being cleared of COVID-19 following mandatory tests they underwent on Saturday

She added the hashtags: ‘#cantwaittoseemydad #andmum #andinlaws #andfriends #andsmelltheair’. 

Kate shared a short video of herself about to take the compulsory coronavirus test on Saturday.

Responding to a fan’s question about what it was like, she described it as ‘not pleasant but quick’.

Kate and Lewis recently jetted back into Melbourne from their new home in Bologna, Italy.

Getting tested: Kate shared a short video of herself about to take the compulsory coronavirus test on Saturday. Responding to a fan's question about what it was like, she described it as 'not pleasant but quick'

Getting tested: Kate shared a short video of herself about to take the compulsory coronavirus test on Saturday. Responding to a fan’s question about what it was like, she described it as ‘not pleasant but quick’

She has kept her fans updated with their mandatory 14-day hotel quarantine, which is required for all passengers after arriving from overseas to help stop the spread of COVID-19.

Kate and her husband of 17 years, Peter Lewis relocated to Bologna with their four children, Lewis, Sunday, 15, Artie, 12, and Jan, nine, in January 2019.

It was supposed to be a ‘family gap year’, but they decided to extend the break for an additional 12 months.

Family adventure! Kate and her husband of 17 years, Peter Lewis relocated to Bologna with their four children, Lewis, Sunday, 15, Artie, 12, and Jan, nine, in January 2019. It was was supposed to be a 'family gap year', but they decided to extend for an additional

Family adventure! Kate and her husband of 17 years, Peter Lewis relocated to Bologna with their four children, Lewis, Sunday, 15, Artie, 12, and Jan, nine, in January 2019. It was supposed to be a ‘family gap year’, but they decided to extend for an additional 12 months

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