Inspiring Mums: Interview with the hilarious Zoe George

Inspiring Mums: Interview with the hilarious Zoe George

Serial prankster, Zoe George doesn’t take life too seriously.  If you follow her Instagram account @thesubtlemummy you would see the multiple pranks she pulls especially on her friends and husband Rob.  She’s hilarious and super fun. 

But Zoe is so much more than that too.  She is an amazing mum to her beautiful kids Ari and Ambrosia and was an easy choice for our Inspiring Mum’s campaign.  Zoe has taken a break from her job as a woodwork teacher and killed it on Big Brother last year.

When she’s not imitating her beautiful Greek mum she gives the best tips - I did not know that you can break up mince meat by pushing through the holes on your spoon!

We were stoked when she agreed to chat with us for our Inspiring Mums campaign and even more stoked when Ari gave us some truths about his mum.



Was there something your parents did when you were a kid that you swore you would never do yourself?

Go to bed upset with each-other. 


What’s something you always wanted to do but didn’t and why didn’t you?

Learn how to surf. I’m actually booked in for next month. The one time it came in Hawaii my husband convinced me it was dangerous. 


Who were / are your role models when you were younger?  Who do you look up to now?

I didn’t really have role models. I admired celebrities in glossy magazines. Now my role models are women who empower other women, kind people, generous people. 


What do you want or wish most for your kids?

To be happy and healthy. No matter where they are or what they’re doing I want them to be happy in it. 


What would your perfect day be like?  Describe it.

At the beach with the sun on my skin and crystal clear water. My kids are with me but not complaining about snacks. 


What advice would you give to yourself at age 20 / 30 /40?

I’m already 40 haaha. I’d say hurry up and knock off those bucket list things you’re getting too old to keep procrastinating. 


When did you realise you were no longer a child?

When I moved overseas alone. 


What’s the hardest thing about raising children?

Potty training for sure. 


What’s the funniest thing your kids have done?

My kids are funny every day. So much personality. They’re currently obsessed with Salt Bae and constantly use his lines to name throughout the day. That makes me laugh. 


What was something you liked about the way you were raised that you wanted to do for your children?

We spent a lot of time outdoors in nature. 


What’s the naughtiest thing you did as a child that you parents probably still don’t know?

I’ll take that to my grave. 


What has been most challenging thing about motherhood?

The mum guilt.  (I totally agree!)


What has been the best part of motherhood?

The unconditional love 


How do you find the time to have a skincare routine?

You make time. Every morning and every night before bed. 


What’s your favourite skincare product?



Tell us about your skincare routine.

Cleanse, moisturise, serums, rose quartz roller, teeth brush. 






What’s the best thing about your mum?

That she gets us lots of activities 


What’s the best meal your mum cooks?

Spaghetti bolognese 


What does your mum like about you?

My cuddles 


What’s mums favourite thing to do?



How old is your mum?



If you could get your mum one thing what would you get her?

A Lamborghini 


Is your mum a good singer?

She’s ok (he’s being polite I’m terrible)


Does your mum have any secret hidden talents?



Is your mum a good driver?



Do you wish you had more siblings?

Yes a brother


What do you want to do when you’re older?

Be a policeman



Zoe George and her kids


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