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Pia Whitesell admits she feels guilty about being ‘happy’ during ‘devastating’ time in the world

Pia Whitesell has admitted she feels guilty about being ‘happy’.

On Wednesday, the former Home and Away stay conducted an Instagram Q&A where one fan asked her is she was content in life, after marrying millionaire husband Patrick Whitesell.

The 38-year-old beauty replied: ‘I find this hard to answer. I feel that it’s hard to be “happy” in a jovial way with all that’s happening around us.

‘It is heartbreaking to see so much devastation.’

On Wednesday, Australian actress Pia Whitesell (pictured) admitted she feels guilty about being ‘happy’

Pia’s empathetic post comes weeks after she shared a glimpse inside her expensive home gym, which is located in her Beverly Hills mansion.

In February, the former Home and Away star shared a photo on Instagram of her personal Pilates studio, including a reformer Pilates bed worth about $5,000.

‘When I wake up in the morning my heart is grateful and my cup overflows,’ said Pia

In February, actress Pia offered a glimpse inside her expensive home gym, which is located in her Beverly Hills mansion

‘All the gear,’ she captioned the picture at the time, while tagging Pilates trainer Kadee Sweeney.

Pia, who is married to influential Hollywood agent Patrick Whitesell, also posted a photo of her mini infrared sauna.

Infrared saunas are said to be useful for muscle recovery.

Pia, who is married to influential Hollywood agent Patrick Whitesell, also posted a photo of her mini infrared sauna

Pia is an avid fan of Fluidform Pilates, and was often seen at the franchise’s Sydney studio before relocating to Los Angeles last year.

‘I practise Fluidform Pilates and I’m still really active with my boys [sons Isaiah, 18, and Lennox, 14],’ she previously said.

When she’s not able to go to the gym, Pia likes to swim or do other kinds of cardio workouts.

Pia is best known for playing Katarina Chapman on Channel Seven’s Home and Away.

The mother of two is married to influential Hollywood agent Patrick Whitesell (right)