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Zoë Foster Blake heads to a café near her $9million Sydney home

Zoë Foster Blake, the beauty mogul wife of comedian Hamish Blake, moved into a $9million home in Vaucluse, Sydney, last month.

And it seems the journalist-turned-businesswoman, who previously lived in Melbourne, has already settled into her new neighbourhood.

Zoë, 40, stepped out on Sunday in a colourful maxi dress as she visited a local café with her children, son Sonny, six, and daughter Rudy, three. 

New neighbourhood: Zoë Foster Blake happily snapped photos while heading to a local café with her children on Sunday, just weeks after buying a $9million home in Sydney’s Vaucluse

The best-selling author teamed her look with oversized sunglasses , a nude Louis Vuitton shoulder bag and metallic pink sandals. 

She documented the trio’s sunny stroll by taking photos on her iPhone. 

The mother of two held hands with her little ones as they headed out for brunch. 

Just before Christmas, the Blakes spent $8.925million on a property in the upmarket suburb of Vaucluse.   

Weekend vibes: Zoë, 40, stepped out in a colourful maxi dress as she held hands with her children, son Sonny, six, and daughter Rudy, three

Weekend vibes: Zoë, 40, stepped out in a colourful maxi dress as she held hands with her children, son Sonny, six, and daughter Rudy, three

Matching mum! Zoe's daughter Rudy was matching her mother's outfit, donning a few shades of pink, in a comfortable tank top and shorts on the warm summer day

Matching mum! Zoe’s daughter Rudy was matching her mother’s outfit, donning a few shades of pink, in a comfortable tank top and shorts on the warm summer day

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 beauty guru  and her comedian husband, 39, inspected ‘a number of properties’ across the eastern suburbs before finally settling on their home.  

Nice: The five-bedroom, six-bathroom estate measures 885sqm and features two sets of garages. The four-level home does not have ocean or harbour views

Nice: The five-bedroom, six-bathroom estate measures 885sqm and features two sets of garages. The four-level home does not have ocean or harbour views

The house just a short drive from the Surry Hills headquarters of Zoë’s highly successful Go-To beauty company.

Before the big move, Hamish had announced on social media his family was moving from Melbourne to Sydney.

‘Exciting times ahead: we are moving to Sydney baby! For a long time I have known that stealing my wife from Sydney would mean one day we’d venture there to live for a while,’ wrote the Lego Masters host. 

‘The loose plan is for a few years, but however long it’s for, we’re excited for this adventure with our little family.’

Fancy: Designed by Neil Architecture, it appeared on Grand Designs Australia in 2013

Fancy: Designed by Neil Architecture, it appeared on Grand Designs Australia in 2013

New digs: In December, Hamish announced that he and his wife, as well as their children, Sonny, 6, and Rudy, 3, will all be making the move to Sydney from Melbourne

New digs: In December, Hamish announced that he and his wife, as well as their children, Sonny, 6, and Rudy, 3, will all be making the move to Sydney from Melbourne

The family’s move comes after Zoë made her debut on Australia’s 2020 Young Rich List. 

She has an estimated net worth of $36million after her skincare company enjoyed a boom in sales during the Covid-19 pandemic. 

In August, Go-To’s peach-packaged facial oil named Face Hero was crowned the number one skincare product in Australia. 

Zoë founded Go-To six years ago, and the brand launched in the U.S. in 2018.

Wins: The move comes after Zoë made her debut on Australia's 2020 Young Rich List, being worth an estimated $36million after her skincare company Go-To enjoyed a boom in sales during the COVID-19 pandemic

Wins: The move comes after Zoë made her debut on Australia’s 2020 Young Rich List, being worth an estimated $36million after her skincare company Go-To enjoyed a boom in sales during the COVID-19 pandemic


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