Jett Kenny was enjoying the seasonal weather on Saturday.
The lifesaver, 27, was beaming as she loaded up his kayak onto his car as he prepared for a day out in Brisbane.
He was dressed down in a loose, grey shirt and a pair of shorts in a matching tone.
The fit model showed off his muscular figure as the top rode up, and he added a pair of things to the ensemble.
Jett also had on a pair of sunglasses to shield his eyes and wore his light locks down around his face.
He couldn’t wipe the smile off his dial as he jumped into his car and sped off for his day of adventure.
The star has been competing on Seven’s gruelling reality show SAS Australia and hinted there was tension simmering behind the scenes.
Jett, the son of sporting greats Lisa Curry and Grant Kenny, said in a recent interview on Queensland radio that one of his fellow recruits had blocked him on Instagram.
He didn’t name the celebrity who’d blocked him, but said he suspected they were linked to a troll account that targeted him when he was on Dancing with the Stars in 2019.
‘I’m not going to say who it is… I was on Dancing with the Stars, and Lilly [Cornish, his dance partner] and I were sort of getting bad messages from someone saying that we were bad people,’ he explained.
Jett claimed the troll account was followed by a celebrity who would go on to appear on his season of SAS Australia.
After filming wrapped earlier this year, he spoke to the recruit in question about their links to the troll account, but they responded by blocking him on Instagram.
‘I didn’t get a reply, and just got blocked straight away. I’m still blocked,’ he said.