Tina Arena reveals the difficulty of homeschooling traumatised' teenage son Gabriel in isolation 

Tina Arena has confessed that she is ‘struggling’ as she homeschools her teenage son while in isolation amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The 52-year-old spoke to this week’s issue of Stellar magazine and revealed Gabriel, 14, was ‘traumatised’.

She said: ‘I’m struggling. I’ve got emails from teachers saying, “Gabriel hasn’t handed in this and that…'”

Hard: Tina Arena (pictured) has confessed that she is 'struggling' as she homeschools her teenage son while in isolation amid the coronavirus pandemic. The 52-year-old spoke to this week's issue of Stellar magazine and revealed Gabriel, 14, was 'traumatised'

Hard: Tina Arena (pictured) has confessed that she is 'struggling' as she homeschools her teenage son while in isolation amid the coronavirus pandemic. The 52-year-old spoke to this week's issue of Stellar magazine and revealed Gabriel, 14, was 'traumatised'

Hard: Tina Arena (pictured) has confessed that she is ‘struggling’ as she homeschools her teenage son while in isolation amid the coronavirus pandemic. The 52-year-old spoke to this week’s issue of Stellar magazine and revealed Gabriel, 14, was ‘traumatised’

The star confessed that her son was more interested in playing his Xbox rather than doing his school work.

Tina added: ‘But we will get there. Our kids are traumatised. They can’t see their mates, it’s tough.’

The Australian singer shares her son with French artist Vincent Mancini, who she married in 2000.

She said: 'I'm struggling. I've got emails from teachers saying, 'Gabriel hasn't handed in this and that... But we will get there. Our kids are traumatised. They can't see their mates, it's tough.' Gabriel is pictured as a baby

She said: 'I'm struggling. I've got emails from teachers saying, 'Gabriel hasn't handed in this and that... But we will get there. Our kids are traumatised. They can't see their mates, it's tough.' Gabriel is pictured as a baby

She said: ‘I’m struggling. I’ve got emails from teachers saying, ‘Gabriel hasn’t handed in this and that… But we will get there. Our kids are traumatised. They can’t see their mates, it’s tough.’ Gabriel is pictured as a baby

Love: The Australian singer shares her son with French artist Vincent Mancini (left) who she married in 2000

Love: The Australian singer shares her son with French artist Vincent Mancini (left) who she married in 2000

Love: The Australian singer shares her son with French artist Vincent Mancini (left) who she married in 2000

Tina also revealed she was very amused by the Quaran-Tina Arena meme which recently went viral.

‘I laughed my head off when I saw it. I’ve always had a sense of humour. Do you think I would have lasted four-and-a-half decades in the music industry without one?’

‘I’d be six feet under the f*cking ground by now!’ the singer added.

Fun! Tina also revealed she was very amused by the Quaran-Tina Arena meme which recently went viral. 'I laughed my head off when I saw it. I've always had a sense of humour' she said

Fun! Tina also revealed she was very amused by the Quaran-Tina Arena meme which recently went viral. 'I laughed my head off when I saw it. I've always had a sense of humour' she said

Fun! Tina also revealed she was very amused by the Quaran-Tina Arena meme which recently went viral. ‘I laughed my head off when I saw it. I’ve always had a sense of humour’ she said

In the meme, Tina is shown in quarantine, dressed in a face mask and wearing a yellow glove, her hand in a power symbol.

The edited image was shared by several fans last month, and Tina showcased the many reposts on her Instagram Stories.

The Now I Can Dance singer captioned the post: ‘Crazy times… stay calm and cool. Sending love. #quarantinaarena #thanksJackfortheupdatedpic’.

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