The Morning Show’s Kylie Gillies shares a touching family video that all working moms can relate to
Kylie Gillies shared a touching family video that many working moms will no doubt relate to.
The 54-year-old Channel Seven star missed being with her son Archie as he received an important honor at his school on Wednesday for co-hosting The Morning Show.
The resourceful TV presenter broadcast the event live on her mobile phone and watched it during the commercial breaks.
Morning Show host Kylie Gillies shared a touching family video that many working moms will no doubt relate to
“Today Archie received the school ‘Colours’ for his AFL,” she shared in her Stories.
“His school live streamed the gathering, which is the first winter sports gathering since 2019 due to the pandemic…how good is the technology!”
In the video, which was filmed at Channel Seven’s studios, Kylie can be seen taking a moment to watch the event as The Morning Show crew members prepared for the next segment.
Kylie captioned the video “Working Mums.” If you broadcast the winter sports meeting live during commercial breaks.’
The 54-year-old Channel Seven star missed being with her son Archie as he received an important honor at his school on Wednesday for co-hosting the show, so she streamed it live on her phone
The Dancing with the Stars finalist explained that her husband Tony Gillies was able to make the big event and Archie’s grandma was watching from their Queensland home.
She announced that she was taking a few days off to be with Archie for the school graduation party in a few weeks.
Friends and followers praised Kylie for acknowledging the challenges of being a working mom.
Kylie (right) with her husband Tony Gillies and their sons Gus (left) and Archie (right)
“Totally relatable,” shared one fan on Kylie’s post.
“Wonderful that you were able to watch and stream it live. Takes away the mother’s guilt.’
Another added: “We need to support other moms like us – actually all moms trying their best every day.”
Kylie captioned the video “Working Mums.” When you live stream the Winter Sports Gathering during commercial breaks