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Proud mum alert! Kylie Gillies celebrates her son Archie after exciting milestone

"I don’t know whether to be happy. Or cry."
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The Morning Show host Kylie Gillies is celebrating her youngest son Archie after he passed his driving test, and she looks every bit the proud mother.

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Taking to Instagram on Monday, Kylie has revelled in the fact that she no longer has to drive around her son, after he received his P1 licence.

“Mum’s taxi is officially parked,” she said. “I don’t know whether to be happy. Or cry. Maybe both?”

The proud mum added: “Congrats Archie xx #nomorelogbooks #ever #pplater #mumstaxiserviceisclosed.”

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It’s a bittersweet milestone for Kylie as her sons are all grown up. (Credit: Instagram)

Kylie’s friends and fans shared their excitement in the comments, as they all celebrated Archie and his newfound independence.

Sally Obermeder even quipped: “I’m not crying. You’re crying,” to which Kylie replied back with: “@sallyobermeder we’re all crying !”

She then added: “@sallyobermeder actually Sal you’re crying cos you’ve still got at least 14? years of mums taxi ahead of you.”

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“The 2-for-1 birthday dinner.” (Credit: Instagram)

Kylie, who shares her sons Archie and Gus with her husband Tony, often takes to social media to gush about her boys, and recently celebrated their birthdays.

“The 2-for-1 birthday dinner,” she penned. “Happy 17th to our Archie today. And to Gus who turned 19, three weeks ago in lockdown.”

“We love you both so much. And we love the girls who love you,” she added, referencing their respective girlfriends who were pictured in the family snap.

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Kylie and her boys. (Credit: Instagram)

With the boys at the edge of their teenage years, Kylie might find herself with some rare free time, after previously admitting to Good Health that motherhood isn’t something she takes lightly.

“My weekends and weeknights are full of the boys’ sports events,” she told the publication in 2019.

“Being a mum to teens is terrific, but it’s busy. It’s hard to keep up. It’s a full-time job, coupled with my full-time TV job!”

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