Toutai Kefu speaks for first time since violent home invasion

Recovering Wallabies Legend Toutai Kefu has spoken for the first time since he was severely injured during an armed burglary at his Brisbane home.

Two teenagers, 13 and 15 years old, have been charged over the alleged home invasion.

A third teenager remains under police guard at the Princess Alexandra Hospital.

On Wednesday afternoon, Kefu took to social media to thank the broader community for the well wishes following the horrific ordeal, calling the outpouring of support "humbling'.

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A 15-year-old teenage boy charged with attempted murder following a bungled burglary that left Wallabies legend Toutai Kefu and his family with serious injuries has this morning faced court.

"Wow. Humbling to see the outpouring of love and well-wishes from family, friends, community members and the general public," Kefu said.

"We are all doing well. Josh, Madi & myself are out of hospital, and we're hoping Rach will be able to join us tomorrow.

"We just want to say thank you for everyone's support we feel very lucky and grateful."

9News understands that Kefu's wife Rachel suffered "significant lacerations" to her arms and underwent surgery on Tuesday.

Police are still searching for a stolen silver Hyundai iX35 with the registration 435VJP that was allegedly used by the young offenders.

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