In March, she welcomed her first child, daughter Tullulah.
And Jesinta Franklin is back to work.
The 28-year-old said she worked from home on Thursday and got up early in the morning for what seemed to be an Olay skin care project.
Back to the grind! Jesinta Franklin went back to work for the first time on Thursday after giving birth to her baby girl Tullulah
Makeup free, the former Miss Universe Australia posted a video of her getting ready for her busy day, expressing milk for Tullulah so that her AFL star husband Buddy could feed the newborn all day.
“So I’m slowly going back to work today and tomorrow and next week is going to be a pretty big week for me,” she explained.
“But I’m up very early, but if the mother’s life has taught me anything when you are prepared and organized, everything goes much smoother.”
‘Random’: The brunette beauty later shared what she was having for breakfast, a bowl of rice and vegetables, an apple and boiled eggs, describing the meal as ‘random’
She asked fans to apologize for her clothes, a white nursing bra with a zipper.
The brunette beauty later shared what she was having breakfast, a bowl of rice and vegetables, an apple and boiled eggs, describing the meal as ‘random’.
Jesinta was also jealous of many women in Sydney on Thursday who received a visit from a popular manicure, which pained her nails with a shiny red.
Healthy: Jesinta started her day with a jam jar with water and collagen
Meanwhile, Jesinta’s husband, Lance “Buddy” Franklin, resumed training with the Sydney Swans on Monday after the AFL suspended football season in March due to the corona virus outbreak.
Over the weekend, Jesinta said she felt bittersweet about her husband returning to work, especially after Tullulah was born.
The new mom admitted she would miss Buddy around the house all day.
‘We’ll Miss You’: Meanwhile, Jesinta’s husband, Lance ‘Buddy’ Franklin, resumed training with the Sydney Swans on Monday after the AFL suspended football season in March due to the corona virus outbreak
“Tullulah’s dad is going back to work tomorrow :(. Happy because Bud can return to what he loves (footy), but a little sad that we don’t have you with you all day every day,” she wrote to her Instagram page.
“What a blessing to have as a family all this time,” she added.
“As the rest of the world begins to return to normal, we remain completely closed so Footy can resume as safely as possible.”
Jesinta also shared some never-before-seen photos of the couple and their daughter.
Iso-Buddy! “What a blessing to have as a family all this time,” she said. “As the rest of the world begins to return to normal, we remain fully locked so Footy can resume as safely as possible
The AFL season will resume on June 11, with players returning to training from Monday and four clubs moving to the Gold Coast due to stricter COVID-19 restrictions in their home country.
Australia’s most popular winter sports competition was suspended in March after one round of the season, when domestic travel curtailed to curb the new coronavirus outbreak made competition unsustainable.
All players and staff will be tested for COVID-19 before returning to their clubs and will be subject to strict protocols, including ‘risk’ inspections of their homes and social distance protocols for their relatives.
Back to work: Lance ‘Buddy’ Franklin resumed training with the Sydney Swans on Monday after the AFL suspended the football season in March due to the corona virus outbreak
Baby makes three! Jesinta and husband Buddy welcomed daughter Tullulah in February
“Every household is at risk,” AFL chief Gillon McLachlan told a press conference at the Melbourne Cricket Ground last Friday.
“We will be very hard on this now that the protocols have been established as part of the rules and we will be as transparent as possible about their accountability.
“This will also apply to referees and important match officials as soon as the season starts again.”
Jesinta and husband Buddy welcomed daughter Tullulah in February.