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Sunrise presenter Natalie Barr describes the ‘trauma’ that cornovarius has caused her family

“They had to put down all their staff”: Sunrise presenter Natalie Barr describes the “trauma” COVID-19 has caused her family when her husband’s business struggles to live

Natalie Barr has revealed that her family has been personally affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

The journalist told it The Daily Telegraph on Friday when her husband Andrew Thompson’s business was affected.

The 52-year-old said, “It was a personal matter because like everyone else’s family, it affected my family.

Battle: Natalie Barr (pictured) has revealed that her family has been personally affected by the coronavirus pandemic. The journalist told The Daily Telegraph on Friday that her husband Andrew Thompson's business has been compromised

Battle: Natalie Barr (pictured) has revealed that her family has been personally affected by the coronavirus pandemic. The journalist told The Daily Telegraph on Friday that her husband Andrew Thompson’s business has been compromised

“My husband has a business in the entertainment industry and it had to go into hibernation,” she added.

The Sunrise host added that it covers many Australians struggling because of the pandemic’s effect on the economy.

“The entire entertainment and advertising industry is closed worldwide, so they had no job. They had to put down all their staff, ”she said.

Hard: “My husband has a business in the entertainment industry and it had to go into hibernation,” she said

Andrew is an Oscar-nominated film and television editor, best known for his short film The Eleven O’Clock.

The couple married in 1995 and they have two children: Lachlan, born in 2001, and Hunter, born in 2005.

Natalie has been a presenter at the Sunrise breakfast show since 2003.

Difficult: “The entire entertainment and advertising industry is closed worldwide, so they had no job. They had to put down all their staff, ”she said

Natalie celebrated 25 years with Channel Seven earlier this year, but her career in journalism started with the Wanneroo Times in 1987.

In an interview with Yahoo! LifestyleNatalie revealed she was the ‘fittest’ [she’s] ever ‘after embracing a’ back to basics’ approach to her health.

“I exercise regularly, usually eat well, cut out sugar, and get enough sleep,” she said.

Career: Natalie celebrated 25 years at Channel Seven earlier this year

Career: Natalie celebrated 25 years at Channel Seven earlier this year

Career: Natalie celebrated 25 years at Channel Seven earlier this year

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