"Well, by the time I get home I try and do that, it's usually quite late, but where I can I'm taking in the odd episode of Ozark. But apart from that, you know it's an intense time."
"Last Friday, Jen and I we joined one of those Houseparty things with some friends and caught up with them which was a bit bizarre and sort of weird."
"It was an organised one with some friends and we caught up with each other and all talked to each other about how things were going and that's important for people to stay connected."
While appearing in a press conference on Thursday to announce free childcare for essential workers, Mr Morrison was asked, "What keeps you awake at night?"
He was also asked what kind of discussions he having with his family about the coronavirus pandemic and he responded, “To be honest, I am pleased that my family is with me."
“That is a great comfort to me and I hope it is a comfort to them. But they sustain me and we are just like any other family, I suppose, in many other respects.
“You talk to your kids about what this means and I suppose the really difficult issue for all of us is trying to imagine the world on the other side of this, and to give your family some positive and encouraging news about how amazing Australia is and how we all come out of this.”
Mr Morrison then spoke about his grandmother, his voice breaking a little as he said, "I think back to my grandmother and how she lived through the Depression and I remember as a kid being told stories by my grandmother about what they used to do as a family to get through,."
People on social media were clearly touched, with one person writing, "ScoMo just made me cry when talking about his grandmother. I love our PM, you are doing Australia proud."
Another added, "What a difficult job with so much pressure unprecedented. Can’t imagine what he is going through."
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