“We’re all in this together … except Sydney Water!” Samantha Armytage is AMAZING because she receives ‘a delicious treat’ – an announcement of a price increase
Samantha Armytage was furious when she received her bill from Sydney Water on Wednesday.
The 43-year-old Sunrise presenter revealed on Instagram that she was informed that her rates would rise from July, despite the water company’s claim that “they are here to help” during the COVID-19 pandemic.
“I just received my bill from Sydney Water, where they tell you they’re here to help … and then, oh, a price increase on July 1. What a wonderful treat, ”she said in a video posted in her stories.
“We’re all in this together … except Sydney Water!” Samantha Armytage was furious when she received a message for a price increase on Wednesday. Depicted
“We’re all in this together, except Sydney Water,” she captioned the post.
Her post comes after Samantha revealed the important life lessons she learned during lockdown in a column she wrote for Stellar magazine on weekends.
“We have realized how annoying it is to see celebrities cry over insulation of their mansions / massage rooms / private gym,” she wrote.
“What a wonderful treat!” The Sunrise presenter revealed on Instagram that she had been told prices would rise from July
The Channel Seven star was amazed at the selfishness of others when she realized we ‘weren’t all together’.
There are members of the population who think it’s okay to spit on policemen, who will hoard products, and there are countries that are so, so, so much worse off than we are, ”she added.
Samantha also called out some of her “smug friends” and said they brag much less about having the perfect husband if they were forced to “be with them 24/7”.
Isolation: Her post comes after Samantha revealed the important life lessons she learned during lockdown in a column she wrote for Stellar Magazine over the weekend
There were also pleasant surprises for the journalist who realized how well her 68-year-old mother Elizabeth adapted to technology and the use of Zoom.
But the star revealed that her biggest realization this year is that she will “never, ever, ever take toilet paper for granted.”
Sam spent much of the pandemic on her $ 2.2 million estate in Bowral, New South Wales, after taking six weeks off to recover from a “respiratory infection” at the outbreak.
Luxurious Life: Sam has spent much of the pandemic on her $ 2.2 million estate in Bowral, New South Wales. Shown with boyfriend Richard Lavender