The radio host will continue to present her drive-time show Hughesy & Kate, alongside comedian Dave Hughes, from an overseas studio.
The 53-year-old shared initially said she was going to leave radio altogether following her move overseas, but her co-host convinced her to stay on board.
Langbroek spoke to News.com.au about her decision to move to Europe but continue the show: "The reason that we left KIIS FM [at the end of 2017] was because I only wanted to sign a one-year contract because I knew that we wanted to go and live overseas this year,"
Kate continued: "[Dave is] a very determined person and he had an outcome that he wanted and so there was no point in discussing the others really."
Kates decision to move overseas with her husband and children comes nearly a year after a homeless man launched a 'terrifying' attack on her at her St Kilda home in March 2018.
The comedian claimed that she and her husband had arrived back in St Kilda when a 'deranged' man attempted to force his way into her babysitter's car, before being involved in an altercation and trying to break into their home.