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Zoe Foster-Blake visits Joel Edgerton and Christine Centenera after they welcome their first child

Fashionable friends! Former beauty editor turned multi-millionaire entrepreneur Zoe Foster-Blake visits her famous pals Christine Centenera and Joel Edgerton after they welcome their first child

Joel Edgerton and his his long-term partner Vogue fashion director Christine Centenera welcome their first child last month.

And the couple had a special visitor on Tuesday.

Former Cosmopolitan beauty editor turned multi-millionaire beauty entrepreneur Zoe Foster-Blake was seen dropping into the couple’s Sydney home.

Fashionable friends! Former beauty editor turned multi-millionaire entrepreneur Zoe Foster-Blake visited her famous pal Joel Edgerton and Christine Centenera in Sydney on Tuesday after the couple welcome their first child

Zoe, who is also a mother-of-two, was spotted waving to one of the new parents as she strolled up the driveway of their two-storey house.

The brunette wore her favourite very chic checked coat over a cashmere sweater and a pair of baggy trousers.

The 40-year-old, who is known for her love of colourful sunglasses, shaded her eyes with peach-coloured frames.

Chic: The brunette wore her favourite very chic checked coat over a cashmere sweater and a pair of baggy trousers

Chic: The brunette wore her favourite very chic checked coat over a cashmere sweater and a pair of baggy trousers

Christine and Zoe have been friends for years, and have often spent time together along with fellow fashion editors Bronywyn McCahon and Justine Cullen.

Zoë is one of Australia’s most successful female entrepreneurs with an estimated fortune of $36million

she became a multi-millionaire before the age of 40 thanks to her Go-To beauty empire.     

She launched the brand in 2014, and almost seven years later, Go-To now sells one unit of Transformazing Face Masks every 90 seconds, and has sold more than 200,000 bottles of Face Hero face oil in the last year.

In 2018, Go-To was stocked in 400 Sephora stores in the United States, and about 120 stores in Australia.

Hi there! Zoe, who is also a mother-of-two, was spotted waving to one of the new parents as she strolled up the driveway of their two-storey house

Hi there! Zoe, who is also a mother-of-two, was spotted waving to one of the new parents as she strolled up the driveway of their two-storey house

In her early career, she worked at magazines such as Mania and Smash Hits. She later became a beauty editor at Cosmopolitan, a beauty director at Harper’s Bazaar and editor in chief of beauty website Primped.com.au.

Joel and Christine welcomed their first child last month.

The actor and filmmaker shared the news in an interview with Oprah Winfrey on Wednesday, saying Christine had given birth a few days prior in Sydney.

‘I just ran away from the hospital for a moment. I can’t even put it into words. I’m in love,’ he said.

The Boy Erased star revealed he was worried about missing the birth, as he was filming a project interstate.

‘I was very nervous because I was working in Queensland and there are some border issues with Sydney and Queensland that pop up,’ he said.

‘I was getting very nervous that I’d get stuck.’

Fortunately, Joel was able to leave the set and return to Sydney in time for his child’s arrival.

‘I was working with some wonderful people who said, “We will move heaven and earth to make sure you don’t miss something this important,”‘ he added.

Christine had been pictured arriving at a North Sydney hospital a week earlier as she prepared to give birth.

She works as the fashion director for Vogue Australia and is also the designer of her own line, Wardrobe NYC.

The couple never officially confirmed they were expecting a child, even after photos surfaced of Christine with a visible bump in January.

In February, the Daily Telegraph reported that Joel was ‘thrilled’ to become a father.

Joel and Christine debuted their relationship at GQ Australia’s Men of the Year Awards in Sydney in November 2018.

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