Erin McNaught is set to film Channel Seven’s new military-style reality show, SAS: Who Dares Wins.
But on Sunday, the model and TV presenter was very much in mummy mode while out running errands in Brisbane.
The 38-year-old former Miss Universe Australia went makeup free, showing off her natural beauty, and drew attention to her enviably trim figure in a casual ensemble.
Natural beauty: Erin McNaught (pictured), 38, showed off her natural beauty and trim pins in a casual ensemble while out running errands in Brisbane on Sunday
Erin wore a white singlet top, teamed with metallic pink leggings and grey sneakers.
She added a white denim jacket to the look and a touch of bling in the form of a gold pendant necklace.
The former MTV Australia host swept her blonde locks into an effortless low ponytail, and went makeup free, showing off her radiant and natural beauty.
She appeared relaxed and at ease as she carried a child’s car seat to her vehicle.
Effortless style: The model and television personality wore a white singlet top, teamed with metallic pink leggings, grey sneakers and a white denim jacket
Erin is based in Brisbane with her English rapper husband Example, real name Elliot Gleave, and their two young sons, Evander, five, and Ennio, two.
She is set to commence filming for Channel Seven’s new military-style reality show, SAS: Who Dares Wins.
The series is a remake of the British version and will put stars through their paces as they attempt to pass the selection process to join the Australian Army’s elite Special Air Service.
Filming had begun earlier this year in Queenstown, New Zealand, however, it will now resume around Jindabyne in the Snowy Mountains, New South Wales, due to strict international travel restrictions amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Errands: Erin was very much in mummy mode, seen carrying a child’s car seat to her vehicle
Family: Erin is based in Brisbane with her English rapper husband Example, real name Elliot Gleave, and their two young sons, Evander, five, and Ennio, two (all pictured)
It boasts the biggest cast of celebrities ever assembled for an Australian reality series, including PR queen Roxy Jacenko and Ironwoman Candice Warner.
The Daily Telegraph revealed last month that others set to appear include Biggest Loser trainer Shannan Ponton and cricketer Shane Warne’s son Jackson.
According to Woman’s Day, Seven has spent millions on the production, with cast members being paid around $150,000 each.
‘This is [the network’s] big ticket item for 2020 and has been kept top secret,’ a source said.
Latest gig: The former MTV Australia host is set to film Seven’s new military-style reality show, SAS: Who Dares Wins