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Manu Feildel’s wife Clarissa offloads her Waterloo investment property for $1.06 million

Manu Feildel’s jewellery designer wife Clarissa offloads her Waterloo investment property for $1.06 million ahead of its scheduled auction


Former My Kitchen Rules judge Manu Feildel’s wife Clarissa Weerasena has offloaded her Waterloo investment property ahead of its scheduled November 3 auction. 

According to The Sunday Telegraph, the jewellery designer has pocketed upwards of $1.06million for the two-bedroom complex.

The 121 squared metre split level apartment features a self-contained studio including bedroom, home office, bathroom and a private courtyard.

Sold! Manu Feildel’s wife Clarissa Weerasena has offloaded her Waterloo investment property for $1.06 million ahead of its scheduled auction. Pictured together at the 2019 AACTA Awards

Impressive! According to The Sunday Telegraph, the jewellery designer has pocketed upwards of $1.06million for the two-bedroom complex

Impressive! According to The Sunday Telegraph, the jewellery designer has pocketed upwards of $1.06million for the two-bedroom complex

The complex was designed in 2013 and offers resort style facilities including a heated pool, gym, steam and sauna.

With a great community feel, its located a short walk from Moore Park, The Entertainment Quarter and The Grounds of Alexandria.

The apartment has raw concrete ceilings and wide-board timber floors. 

Spacious: The 121 squared metre split level apartment features a self-contained studio including bedroom, home office, bathroom and a private courtyard

Spacious: The 121 squared metre split level apartment features a self-contained studio including bedroom, home office, bathroom and a private courtyard

Industrial-chic: The apartment has raw concrete ceilings and wide-board timber floors

Industrial-chic: The apartment has raw concrete ceilings and wide-board timber floors

Clarissa purchased the investment property in 2013 for $632,000.

Manu and Clarissa have lived in Maroubra since paying $1.9 million in 2015. 

The smitten pair married in a secret ceremony in January 2018.

Martial bliss: The smitten pair married in a secret ceremony in 2018. Their ceremony featured their 14-year-old son, Jonti (left), as a groomsman and the couple's three-year-old daughter Charlee (right) as a flower girl

Martial bliss: The smitten pair married in a secret ceremony in 2018. Their ceremony featured their 14-year-old son, Jonti (left), as a groomsman and the couple’s three-year-old daughter Charlee (right) as a flower girl

The wedding featured Manu’s 14-year-old son Jonti as a groomsman and the couple’s three-year-old daughter Charlee as a flower girl.

Manu was previously in a 12-year relationship with Ronnie Morshead, with whom he shares son Jonti.

The news comes just weeks after the celebrity chef hit back at critics following his shock voluntary exit from Channel Seven’s military style series, SAS Australia.

'I don't need to prove anything': The news comes just weeks after the celebrity chef hit back at critics following his shock voluntary exit from SAS Australia

‘I don’t need to prove anything’: The news comes just weeks after the celebrity chef hit back at critics following his shock voluntary exit from SAS Australia

‘Worry about your character, not your reputation,’ the social media post began.

The post continued: ‘Your character is who you are. Your reputation is who people think you are.’ 

He dramatically handed in his number to chief instructor Ant Middleton, surrounded by his fellow recruits, after an underwater challenge was revealed. 

‘I came on this course to prove something to myself, and I just realised I don’t need to prove anything,’ Manu boldly said to the camera shortly after his exit.

‘I’ve got a f**king good life. I’ve got a f**king good life, and I want it back,’ he added. 

Manu still got paid in full despite only lasting two days on the popular Seven series.

It’s been revealed Feildel was only ever required to spend two days on the show to fulfil the obligations of the network contract he has had with Channel 7 since 2010. 

Words to live by: Last month, the celebrity chef appeared to be in a reflective mood following his departure from the Channel Seven military style series

Words to live by: Last month, the celebrity chef appeared to be in a reflective mood following his departure from the Channel Seven military style series

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