Dannii Minogue reveals what she’s struggled with most during the coronavirus pandemic

Dannii Minogue has revealed what has been the most difficult part of the coronavirus pandemic for her. 

The Australian singer, 49, says that she has struggled to homeschool her 10-year-old son Ethan while schools have been closed. 

Speaking to HELLO! magazine, Dannii admitted: ‘I am really bad at being a teacher – it’s not for me. 

Homemaker: Dannii Minogue (pictured) has revealed what has been the most difficult part of the coronavirus pandemic for her. The Australian singer, 49, says that she has struggled to homeschool her 10-year-old son Ethan while schools have been closed

Homemaker: Dannii Minogue (pictured) has revealed what has been the most difficult part of the coronavirus pandemic for her. The Australian singer, 49, says that she has struggled to homeschool her 10-year-old son Ethan while schools have been closed

Homemaker: Dannii Minogue (pictured) has revealed what has been the most difficult part of the coronavirus pandemic for her. The Australian singer, 49, says that she has struggled to homeschool her 10-year-old son Ethan while schools have been closed

‘Maths gets me more frustrated than any other subject; I have to remind myself how to do things like long division. 

‘Then try to explain it to Ethan and he sees me struggling with it. I am exhausted by the end of the day.’  

Dannii shares Ethan with her ex-partner, English model Kris Smith, 42. 

Dannii admitted: 'I am really bad at being a teacher – it's not for me. Maths gets me more frustrated than any other subject; I have to remind myself how to do things like long division. Then try to explain it to Ethan and he sees me struggling with it. I am exhausted by the end of the day'

Dannii admitted: 'I am really bad at being a teacher – it's not for me. Maths gets me more frustrated than any other subject; I have to remind myself how to do things like long division. Then try to explain it to Ethan and he sees me struggling with it. I am exhausted by the end of the day'

Dannii admitted: ‘I am really bad at being a teacher – it’s not for me. Maths gets me more frustrated than any other subject; I have to remind myself how to do things like long division. Then try to explain it to Ethan and he sees me struggling with it. I am exhausted by the end of the day’

In July 2020, The Masked Singer Australia judge sparked backlash when she was given an exemption to skip hotel quarantine by the Queensland government, which also allowed her to avoid the $2,800 bill.  

Dannii and Ethan were reportedly quarantining at a private property on the Gold Coast after recently returning from the United States of America.

The pair spent 14 days at the private home, instead of the usual 14-day stay at a hotel for returning travellers. 

Speaking to HELLO! magazine , Dannii admitted: 'I am really bad at being a teacher – it's not for me. Maths gets me more frustrated than any other subject; I have to remind myself how to do things like long division.

Speaking to HELLO! magazine , Dannii admitted: 'I am really bad at being a teacher – it's not for me. Maths gets me more frustrated than any other subject; I have to remind myself how to do things like long division.

Skip! In July 2020, The Masked Singer Australia judge sparked backlash when she was given an exemption to skip hotel quarantine by the Queensland government, which also allowed her to avoid the $2,800 bill 

According to 7NEWS, Dannii and Ethan went straight to the property after leaving the airport, and remained there for the duration of their 14-day quarantine.

The performer also agreed to be tested for the virus multiple times during her quarantine.

The exemption was given after Dannii presented a letter from her doctor, citing a medical reason as to why she was able to dodge mandatory hotel quarantine – crippling claustrophobia. 

Reason: The exemption was given after Dannii presented a letter from her doctor. She cited a medical reason for skipping mandatory hotel quarantine - crippling claustrophobia

Reason: The exemption was given after Dannii presented a letter from her doctor. She cited a medical reason for skipping mandatory hotel quarantine - crippling claustrophobia

Reason: The exemption was given after Dannii presented a letter from her doctor. She cited a medical reason for skipping mandatory hotel quarantine – crippling claustrophobia

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