He’s been enjoying time at the luxurious Emirates One and Only at Wolgan Valley with his new wife, Sylvia Jeffreys.
And it looks like the fun has continued for Peter Stefanovic, who shared a comical photo of himself to Instagram on Thursday.
The 60 Minutes presenter strategically staged himself in front of the Multnomah Falls while travelling through the American State of Oregon on a work assignment.
Big gulp! Peter Stefanovic pretends to drink from a waterfall in comical Instagram photo shared on Thursday
Standing with his head thrown back and mouth open, Peter was pretending to drink the water that gushed down the mountain.
‘Taking a big gulp of fresh water from this epic joint near Portland,’ he humorously captioned the post.
He was sure to point out that the stunt wasn’t linked to anything he was working on for an upcoming segment.
Funny man: The 60 Minutes presenter strategically staged himself in front of the Multnomah Falls while travelling through the American State of Oregon on a work assignment
‘Doesn’t have anything to do with my piece this week on 60 Minutes…but just a bit of fun on the road,’ he added.
Sylvia, who he married in April this year, was quick to comment on the playful snap.
She joked at the staged photo, accusing her husband of producing ‘fake news’.
‘#fakenews #notactuallygulping,’ the 31-year-old Today presenter wrote.
‘Close encounter with the wildlife’: Today’s Sylvia Jeffreys pokes fun of husband Peter Stefanovic as he lounges back in the sun on their luxurious weekend getaway
The pair closely documented their getaway in New South Wales, sharing regular updates of their adventures to their respective social media accounts.
Sylvia shared a variety of snaps of her husband, including one of her playfully poking fun of him as he laid on his back in the sun.
‘Close encounter with the wildlife…Think they call this one the Chillas Maximus,’ she captioned.
‘I’m ready for Flemington’: Sylvia shared that the horse she rode was called Cruiser,while Peter joked that his riding skills were on par with a jockey’s