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Allison Langdon is happy to be 'back home with her babies' after the Queen's death


Today host Allison Langdon is happy to be ‘back home with her babies’ after an exhausting two weeks reporting on the Queen’s death

Allison Langdon is enjoying a relaxing holiday with her family as she recovers from a marathon two weeks of live reporting on the Queen’s death.

After being absent from the Today show since Wednesday, the 43-year-old returned to Instagram on Monday with a gallery of vacation photos.

Langdon shared snaps of herself enjoying some fun in the sun with her children Scout and Mack, whom she shares with husband Michael Willesee Jr.

Today show host Allison Langdon is enjoying a relaxing holiday with her family as she recovers from a marathon two weeks of live reporting on the Queen's death

Today show host Allison Langdon is enjoying a relaxing holiday with her family as she recovers from a marathon two weeks of live reporting on the Queen’s death

While her caption implied she was back in Sydney, some fans in the comments said they had spotted Langdon out and about in Noosa.

She jetted back to Australia on Thursday looking exhausted after broadcasting round-the-clock outside Buckingham Palace since Her Majesty’s death.

In her absence, Sarah Abo has been filling in alongside Karl Stefanovic.

Langdon shared snaps to Instagram of herself enjoying some fun in the sun with her children Scout and Mack (pictured), whom she shares with husband Michael Willesee Jr.

Langdon shared snaps to Instagram of herself enjoying some fun in the sun with her children Scout and Mack (pictured), whom she shares with husband Michael Willesee Jr.

While her caption implied she was back in Sydney, some fans in the comments said they had spotted Langdon out and about in Noosa

While her caption implied she was back in Sydney, some fans in the comments said they had spotted Langdon out and about in Noosa

Langdon is no doubt enjoying some well-deserved rest after an exhausting fortnight that saw her travel across the globe and work gruelling 14-hour days in London.

She worked so hard that at one stage she fell asleep on camera, although the moment fortunately happened during a break from live reporting.

The exhausted journalist nodded off on set last Monday, rolling up a jacket to use as a pillow as she took a nap on the lap of Today’s senior producer Will Hutchinson, who snapped a photo for Instagram.

Langdon (pictured with Karl Stefanovic and The Daily Mirror's royal editor Russell Myers outside Buckingham Palace) is no doubt enjoying some well-deserved rest after an exhausting fortnight that saw her travel across the globe and work gruelling 14-hour days in London

Langdon (pictured with Karl Stefanovic and The Daily Mirror’s royal editor Russell Myers outside Buckingham Palace) is no doubt enjoying some well-deserved rest after an exhausting fortnight that saw her travel across the globe and work gruelling 14-hour days in London

She reposted the photo to her own Stories, writing: ‘Hour 14. Everything is fine.’

All the major Australian television networks devoted enormous resources to covering the death and funeral of Queen Elizabeth II.

Nine, Seven, Ten and the ABC all sent over talent and production staff for the historic occasion, in addition to redeploying their European correspondents to London.

She worked so hard that at one stage she fell asleep on camera last Monday, although the moment fortunately happened during a break from live reporting

She worked so hard that at one stage she fell asleep on camera last Monday, although the moment fortunately happened during a break from live reporting 

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