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Sarah Roberts reflects on the memory she’ll “never forget” of her late brother

Fans of Home & Away lamented the departure of Sarah Roberts’ character, Willow Harris, when she officially left Summer Bay in April 2021.

It was a bittersweet change for Sarah, but it gave her the chance to refocus her priorities.

“I’ve started focusing a lot more on myself, my family, and my health,” the actress tells New Idea.

“When you work on a fast-paced show like Home & Away for a long time, it’s easy to become complacent when it comes to your own health and taking proper care of yourself.”

Sarah explains that she has been taking “microsteps” in her health journey, as her late brother Karl taught her to do, throughout her newfound emphasis on self-care.

“He would get up every morning, rain, hail, or shine, and just put on his shoes and go to the gym (usually waking me up at 6 a.m. and dragging me along with him!) …this was the first microstep; after that, everything else seems to fall into place.”

Karl, who sadly passed away in 2019 after a battle with brain cancer, had a close relationship with Sarah, 37.

The actress calls her late brother her “guardian angel,” telling New Idea that the moment he walked her down the aisle for her wedding to James Stewart will be a memory she will cherish for the rest of her life.

She says, “I’m so grateful we got to share that moment together before he passed.” “I often reflect on how fortunate I was to have a brother like Karl; he taught me so much, and now, even though I wish he were still here with me in person, I feel like I have a guardian angel who is always watching over me and guiding me through life.”

“I’ll never forget walking down ‘the aisle’ arm in arm with him; it was almost as if the man who had helped shape me into the woman I’d become was now walking me towards my future, and now that I look back, I get the confident feeling that everything will be fine, no matter what, because he led me here.”

Sarah felt like COVID was “a drop in the ocean” in comparison to the grief she felt after losing Karl. As many people struggled with the mental tolls that came with the pandemic, Sarah felt like COVID was “a drop in the ocean.”

“After losing Karl, my world had already been rocked and changed forever, and it felt like nothing could rip my heart out like losing my big brother,” Sarah explains.

“Grief is such a fickle emotion that it catches you off guard; I believe the entire world is mourning for a world we once knew.” Everything is changing, and I believe we’re all coming to terms with a new way of life. We must be kind to each other and to ourselves.

“When we’re ready, I believe the beauty is in recognizing how we all put ourselves back together differently than we were before.”

Sarah, who considers mental health to be a top priority, explains how she’s been taking care of her “headspace” by eating healthier, doing things she enjoys, and sleeping more.

The star, who admits she is a “anxious person” who has finally been getting more sleep and noticing the impact on both her physical and mental wellbeing, has a glow about her now that she has more time to prioritize herself.

“Since finishing Home & Away, so many of my friends have told me that my skin looks great, and the only thing I can attribute it to is the Healthy Care Collagen Sleep tablets I’ve been taking and the sleep I’ve been getting.” Huzzah!”

Sarah has prioritized her family in addition to her health. Scout, the daughter of her husband James and his ex-partner Jessica Marais, is nine years old and she is her stepmother.

Sarah adores Scout, calling her “a beautiful lady inside and out.”

“She enjoys art, is dramatic (just like her father! ), and has a huge heart for such a small person,” says her father “According to the DJ.

“I may be biased, but I believe Scout has the potential to become anything she sets her mind to…

I just hope that maturation does not come too soon!”

Is a return to Home & Away on the cards for Sarah? According to New Idea, the actress says it’s not out of the question.

“I had a fantastic time in Summer Bay and would definitely return if the opportunity arose,” she says.

“I miss putting her boots and leathers on and strutting around the bay like a badass! Willow started out as such a firecracker of a character!” I also miss the cast and crew, who became like family to me (literally!). I’m so glad we’ve all tried to keep in touch.”

Willow, on the other hand, is just one of Sarah’s many hats. When she’s not acting, the 37-year-old is a DJ who performs in the VAMP duo with her best friend Kate Lister. And, according to Sarah, she plans to return to the studio soon.

“I’d like to record more music, resume singing, and perform more VAMP shows with Kate.” It’s been difficult with COVID because we’ve both been in different cities with limited dance floors, but it’s so nice to share and make memories with your best friend doing things that make you happy.”

Sarah is also in the upcoming comedy film Wog Boys Forever, written by Nick Giannopoulos, in addition to her musical abilities.

After the heavy story lines in Summer Bay, the actress says that working on a comedy was a nice change of pace.

“Working on a comedy felt like a breath of fresh air after the intense drama I had to play out on Home & Away for four years.” It was such a gift to be able to laugh at work every day.

“(Wog Boys Forever) will be released in theaters sometime in the second half of this year, and I believe it will be a welcome relief for audiences after the challenges of the last few years.” It’s a feel-good film, a comedy, and I believe it’ll be exactly what people have been waiting for when it’s released.”

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Fans of Home & Away lamented the departure of Sarah Roberts’ character, Willow Harris, when she officially left Summer Bay in April 2021.

It was a bittersweet change for Sarah, but it gave her the chance to refocus her priorities.

“I’ve started focusing a lot more on myself, my family, and my health,” the actress tells New Idea.

“When you work on a fast-paced show like Home & Away for a long time, it’s easy to become complacent when it comes to your own health and taking proper care of yourself.”

Sarah explains that she has been taking “microsteps” in her health journey, as her late brother Karl taught her to do, throughout her newfound emphasis on self-care.

“He would get up every morning, rain, hail, or shine, and just put on his shoes and go to the gym (usually waking me up at 6 a.m. and dragging me along with him!) …this was the first microstep; after that, everything else seems to fall into place.”

Karl, who sadly passed away in 2019 after a battle with brain cancer, had a close relationship with Sarah, 37.

The actress calls her late brother her “guardian angel,” telling New Idea that the moment he walked her down the aisle for her wedding to James Stewart will be a memory she will cherish for the rest of her life.

She says, “I’m so grateful we got to share that moment together before he passed.” “I often reflect on how fortunate I was to have a brother like Karl; he taught me so much, and now, even though I wish he were still here with me in person, I feel like I have a guardian angel who is always watching over me and guiding me through life.”

“I’ll never forget walking down ‘the aisle’ arm in arm with him; it was almost as if the man who had helped shape me into the woman I’d become was now walking me towards my future, and now that I look back, I get the confident feeling that everything will be fine, no matter what, because he led me here.”

Sarah felt like COVID was “a drop in the ocean” in comparison to the grief she felt after losing Karl. As many people struggled with the mental tolls that came with the pandemic, Sarah felt like COVID was “a drop in the ocean.”

“After losing Karl, my world had already been rocked and changed forever, and it felt like nothing could rip my heart out like losing my big brother,” Sarah explains.

“Grief is such a fickle emotion that it catches you off guard; I believe the entire world is mourning for a world we once knew.” Everything is changing, and I believe we’re all coming to terms with a new way of life. We must be kind to each other and to ourselves.

“When we’re ready, I believe the beauty is in recognizing how we all put ourselves back together differently than we were before.”

Sarah, who considers mental health to be a top priority, explains how she’s been taking care of her “headspace” by eating healthier, doing things she enjoys, and sleeping more.

The star, who admits she is a “anxious person” who has finally been getting more sleep and noticing the impact on both her physical and mental wellbeing, has a glow about her now that she has more time to prioritize herself.

“Since finishing Home & Away, so many of my friends have told me that my skin looks great, and the only thing I can attribute it to is the Healthy Care Collagen Sleep tablets I’ve been taking and the sleep I’ve been getting.” Huzzah!”

Sarah has prioritized her family in addition to her health. Scout, the daughter of her husband James and his ex-partner Jessica Marais, is nine years old and she is her stepmother.

Sarah adores Scout, calling her “a beautiful lady inside and out.”

“She enjoys art, is dramatic (just like her father! ), and has a huge heart for such a small person,” says her father “According to the DJ.

“I may be biased, but I believe Scout has the potential to become anything she sets her mind to…

I just hope that maturation does not come too soon!”

Is a return to Home & Away on the cards for Sarah? According to New Idea, the actress says it’s not out of the question.

“I had a fantastic time in Summer Bay and would definitely return if the opportunity arose,” she says.

“I miss putting her boots and leathers on and strutting around the bay like a badass! Willow started out as such a firecracker of a character!” I also miss the cast and crew, who became like family to me (literally!). I’m so glad we’ve all tried to keep in touch.”

Willow, on the other hand, is just one of Sarah’s many hats. When she’s not acting, the 37-year-old is a DJ who performs in the VAMP duo with her best friend Kate Lister. And, according to Sarah, she plans to return to the studio soon.

“I’d like to record more music, resume singing, and perform more VAMP shows with Kate.” It’s been difficult with COVID because we’ve both been in different cities with limited dance floors, but it’s so nice to share and make memories with your best friend doing things that make you happy.”

Sarah is also in the upcoming comedy film Wog Boys Forever, written by Nick Giannopoulos, in addition to her musical abilities.

After the heavy story lines in Summer Bay, the actress says that working on a comedy was a nice change of pace.

“Working on a comedy felt like a breath of fresh air after the intense drama I had to play out on Home & Away for four years.” It was such a gift to be able to laugh at work every day.

“(Wog Boys Forever) will be released in theaters sometime in the second half of this year, and I believe it will be a welcome relief for audiences after the challenges of the last few years.” It’s a feel-good film, a comedy, and I believe it’ll be exactly what people have been waiting for when it’s released.”

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Fans of Home & Away lamented the departure of Sarah Roberts’ character, Willow Harris, when she officially left Summer Bay in April 2021.

It was a bittersweet change for Sarah, but it gave her the chance to refocus her priorities.

“I’ve started focusing a lot more on myself, my family, and my health,” the actress tells New Idea.

“When you work on a fast-paced show like Home & Away for a long time, it’s easy to become complacent when it comes to your own health and taking proper care of yourself.”

Sarah explains that she has been taking “microsteps” in her health journey, as her late brother Karl taught her to do, throughout her newfound emphasis on self-care.

“He would get up every morning, rain, hail, or shine, and just put on his shoes and go to the gym (usually waking me up at 6 a.m. and dragging me along with him!) …this was the first microstep; after that, everything else seems to fall into place.”

Karl, who sadly passed away in 2019 after a battle with brain cancer, had a close relationship with Sarah, 37.

The actress calls her late brother her “guardian angel,” telling New Idea that the moment he walked her down the aisle for her wedding to James Stewart will be a memory she will cherish for the rest of her life.

She says, “I’m so grateful we got to share that moment together before he passed.” “I often reflect on how fortunate I was to have a brother like Karl; he taught me so much, and now, even though I wish he were still here with me in person, I feel like I have a guardian angel who is always watching over me and guiding me through life.”

“I’ll never forget walking down ‘the aisle’ arm in arm with him; it was almost as if the man who had helped shape me into the woman I’d become was now walking me towards my future, and now that I look back, I get the confident feeling that everything will be fine, no matter what, because he led me here.”

Sarah felt like COVID was “a drop in the ocean” in comparison to the grief she felt after losing Karl. As many people struggled with the mental tolls that came with the pandemic, Sarah felt like COVID was “a drop in the ocean.”

“After losing Karl, my world had already been rocked and changed forever, and it felt like nothing could rip my heart out like losing my big brother,” Sarah explains.

“Grief is such a fickle emotion that it catches you off guard; I believe the entire world is mourning for a world we once knew.” Everything is changing, and I believe we’re all coming to terms with a new way of life. We must be kind to each other and to ourselves.

“When we’re ready, I believe the beauty is in recognizing how we all put ourselves back together differently than we were before.”

Sarah, who considers mental health to be a top priority, explains how she’s been taking care of her “headspace” by eating healthier, doing things she enjoys, and sleeping more.

The star, who admits she is a “anxious person” who has finally been getting more sleep and noticing the impact on both her physical and mental wellbeing, has a glow about her now that she has more time to prioritize herself.

“Since finishing Home & Away, so many of my friends have told me that my skin looks great, and the only thing I can attribute it to is the Healthy Care Collagen Sleep tablets I’ve been taking and the sleep I’ve been getting.” Huzzah!”

Sarah has prioritized her family in addition to her health. Scout, the daughter of her husband James and his ex-partner Jessica Marais, is nine years old and she is her stepmother.

Sarah adores Scout, calling her “a beautiful lady inside and out.”

“She enjoys art, is dramatic (just like her father! ), and has a huge heart for such a small person,” says her father “According to the DJ.

“I may be biased, but I believe Scout has the potential to become anything she sets her mind to…

I just hope that maturation does not come too soon!”

Is a return to Home & Away on the cards for Sarah? According to New Idea, the actress says it’s not out of the question.

“I had a fantastic time in Summer Bay and would definitely return if the opportunity arose,” she says.

“I miss putting her boots and leathers on and strutting around the bay like a badass! Willow started out as such a firecracker of a character!” I also miss the cast and crew, who became like family to me (literally!). I’m so glad we’ve all tried to keep in touch.”

Willow, on the other hand, is just one of Sarah’s many hats. When she’s not acting, the 37-year-old is a DJ who performs in the VAMP duo with her best friend Kate Lister. And, according to Sarah, she plans to return to the studio soon.

“I’d like to record more music, resume singing, and perform more VAMP shows with Kate.” It’s been difficult with COVID because we’ve both been in different cities with limited dance floors, but it’s so nice to share and make memories with your best friend doing things that make you happy.”

Sarah is also in the upcoming comedy film Wog Boys Forever, written by Nick Giannopoulos, in addition to her musical abilities.

After the heavy story lines in Summer Bay, the actress says that working on a comedy was a nice change of pace.

“Working on a comedy felt like a breath of fresh air after the intense drama I had to play out on Home & Away for four years.” It was such a gift to be able to laugh at work every day.

“(Wog Boys Forever) will be released in theaters sometime in the second half of this year, and I believe it will be a welcome relief for audiences after the challenges of the last few years.” It’s a feel-good film, a comedy, and I believe it’ll be exactly what people have been waiting for when it’s released.”

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