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Lisa McCune reveals isolation with her family hasn’t gone smoothly

‘I have three teenagers who don’t want to hear anything that I have to say!’ Actress Lisa McCune reveals isolation with her family hasn’t gone smoothly

Like most Australians, Lisa McCune is in isolation with her family. 

And the 49-year-old has says her sons Archer, 20, Oliver, 18, and daughter Remy, 15 aren’t very interested in what mum has to say. 

She told the Herald Sun on Saturday: ‘I have three teenagers who don’t particularly really want to hear anything that I have to say, they’re just interested in their friends!’

 No thanks mum! Like most Australians, Lisa McCune (pictured) is in isolation with her family. And the 49-year-old has says her sons Archer, 20, Oliver, 18, and daughter Remy, 15 aren’t very interested in what mum has to say

Lisa added: ‘They have been spending far too much time gaming and watching series and their online life is very strong. 

‘And there’s complaints about how much internet we have got at certain times. Generally they have been really great. 

‘We’ve done a lot of puzzles and I am making them walk the dog,’ the 10-time Logie Award winner added. 

 Lisa said: ”I have three teenagers who don’t particularly really want to hear anything that I have to say, they’re just interested in their friends! They have been spending far too much time gaming and watching series and their online life is very strong.’ Pictured with her daughter 

Lisa shares her three children with husband Tim Disney, who she married in 2000.

She is currently starring alongside Peter Helliar in the Channel 10 comedy series How To Stay Married. 

Last month, Lisa shared the advice she gives her sons with Stellar Magazine.

‘I am trying to empower my sons and say to them that it’s an interesting time for men at the moment,’ she said.    

Parents: Lisa shares her three children with husband Tim Disney, who she married in 2000. Pictured together in 2006

She added: ‘I say to my kids “just own everything and always be accepting and just know that you can change.’ They have a good attitude, but I am mindful they are young. They will make mistakes.’ 

Lisa, who is a four-time Gold Logie Award-winning actress, claimed she has a hunch her children will be excited about seeing her upcoming play, Hamlet.

She joked that in the past they haven’t shown interest in her other theatre projects. 

Back on screen: She is currently starring alongside Peter Helliar (right) in the Channel 10 comedy series How To Stay Married

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