Zoë Foster Blake, 40, flashes a glimpse of her toned midriff as she takes a morning stroll with husband Hamish near their $9million Sydney home
They bought a $9million home in Sydney’s Vaucluse in December, after moving interstate from Melbourne.
And it seems Hamish and Zoë Foster Blake are settling into their new neighbourhood nicely, as they enjoyed a stroll through their local park on Monday morning.
The 40-year-old beauty mogul, who has a net worth of $36million, revealed a glimpse of her toned midriff in a blue crop top and white shorts.
Settling in well! Hamish and Zoë Foster Blake took a stroll through their local park on Monday morning, after the couple bought a $9million home in Sydney’s Vaucluse just before Christmas
She completed her sporty look with Adidas trainers.
Zoë accessorised with a pair of designer sunglasses, and secured her brunette hair with a white scrunchie.
Meanwhile, her comedian husband, 39, also kept things casual in a navy T-shirt, Nike shorts and a baseball cap.
The couple, who are parents to son Sonny, six, and daughter Rudy, three, spent $8.925million on a property in the upmarket suburb just before Christmas.
Glowing: The 40-year-old beauty mogul, who has a net worth of $36million, revealed a glimpse of her toned midriff in a blue crop top and white shorts
The five-bedroom, six-bathroom estate sits on 885 square metres and features two sets of garages.
While the four-level home does not have ocean views, it is considered architecturally noteworthy and was featured on Grand Designs Australia in 2013.
The move came after Zoë made her debut on Australia’s 2020 Young Rich List.
She is worth an estimated $36million after her skincare company Go-To enjoyed a boom in sales during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Cool couple: Meanwhile, her husband Hamish, 39, looked equally as casual and cool in a navy T-shirt, Nike shorts and a baseball cap
In August, Go-To’s peach-packaged facial oil named Face Hero was crowned the number one skincare product in Australia.
Zoë launched Go-To six years ago and the brand made its U.S. debut at Sephora in 2018.
The brand has since expanded into both men’s and children’s skincare.
The AFR Young Rich List ranks the richest Australians under the age of 40 and has been published every year since 2003.
Changes: Just before Christmas, the couple spent $8.925million on a property in the upmarket suburb of Vaucluse, moving from Melbourne with their children Sonny, six, and Rudy, three