'[The police] held him up for 40 minutes,' Kate said
'They basically interrogated him and gave him a piece of paper (which he signed) even though it was in Italian, and he couldn't understand it. It said he's being sued by the police,' she continued.
'I laughed and said: "Good, I hope they deport us. It's the only way we can get out of here!'''
Kate then went on to reveal she and Peter also had a disagreement with the police on Good Friday.
The couple were walking to the shops to buy Easter eggs when they were stopped by police who said they couldn't be outside together.
'I was so annoyed. I hate the one size fits all rule.
'I said, "I've got four children at home, that's a lot of food, that's a lot of carrying on my own". They were a bit surprised by how aggressive I was.’
Earlier this month, Kate detailed what life was like for the Langbroek family during the earlier stages of the lockdown.