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Hamish Blake wears a face mask while out running errands in Bondi

Hamish Blake wears a face mask and cuts a casual figure while out running errands in Bondi after relocating to Sydney with his family

Hamish Blake has been embracing life in Sydney after moving with his family to the city from Melbourne, earlier this year.

And on Saturday, the 39-year-old donned a face mask while out running errands in Bondi.

Bondi was among the Sydney suburbs in the four local governments areas that were first put under stay-at-home orders amid a worrying Covid outbreak.

Popping out: Hamish Blake wore a face mask while out running errands in Sydney’s Bondi on Saturday

Now, all of Greater Sydney – including the Blue Mountains, the Central Coast and Wollongong – will go into a 14-day lockdown as of Saturday from 6pm. 

The Lego Masters host was spotted leaving a shop wearing a face mask – a requirement for all indoor non-residential settings, according to the NSW government’s current regulations.

He dressed casually in a grey Patagonia jumper with red Under Armour gym shorts, Adidas sneakers and a navy cap.

The comedian, best known as one half of Hamish and Andy duo, seemingly did not find what he was looking for in the store as he left empty handed. 

Abiding by the rules: The Lego Masters host was spotted leaving a shop wearing a face mask - a requirement for all indoor non-residential settings, according to the NSW government's current regulations - and seemingly did not find what he was looking for in the store

Abiding by the rules: The Lego Masters host was spotted leaving a shop wearing a face mask – a requirement for all indoor non-residential settings, according to the NSW government’s current regulations – and seemingly did not find what he was looking for in the store

Walk around town: But that didn't stop the former radio host from enjoying a stroll around the popular beachside suburb. At one point during his walk, he peered down at his phone seemingly checking for any updates

Walk around town: But that didn’t stop the former radio host from enjoying a stroll around the popular beachside suburb. At one point during his walk, he peered down at his phone seemingly checking for any updates

But that didn’t stop the former radio host from enjoying a stroll around the popular beachside suburb.

At one point during his walk, he peered down at his phone seemingly checking for any updates.

While on his stroll outside, he ditched the face mask and enjoyed the fresh air – likely keeping the personal protective cover in his pocket for later. 

Enjoying the fresh air: While on his stroll outside, he ditched the face mask and enjoyed the fresh air - likely keeping the personal protective cover in his pocket for later

Enjoying the fresh air: While on his stroll outside, he ditched the face mask and enjoyed the fresh air – likely keeping the personal protective cover in his pocket for later

Keeping it casual: He dressed for his walk in a grey Patagonia jumper with red Under Armour gym shorts

Keeping it casual: Hamish completed his look with a navy cap

Keeping it casual: He dressed for his walk in a grey Patagonia jumper with red Under Armour gym shorts and a navy cap

Family life: Hamish moved to Sydney with his Go-To skincare founder wife Zoë Foster Blake, and their kids- son, Sonny, seven, and daughter Rudy, three - earlier this year

Family life: Hamish moved to Sydney with his Go-To skincare founder wife Zoë Foster Blake, and their kids- son, Sonny, seven, and daughter Rudy, three – earlier this year

Hamish moved to Sydney with his Go-To skincare founder wife Zoë Foster Blake, and their children – son, Sonny, seven, and daughter Rudy, three – earlier this year.

The Blakes, who previously lived in Melbourne, spent $8.925million on the property in the upmarket suburb of Vaucluse just before Christmas.

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

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

Go-To, which she launched the brand in 2014, enjoyed a boom in sales during the pandemic.

Kicking goals: The family's interstate move comes after Zoë made her debut on Australia's 2020 Young Rich List. Go-To, which she launched the brand in 2014, enjoyed a boom in sales during the pandemic

Kicking goals: The family’s interstate move comes after Zoë made her debut on Australia’s 2020 Young Rich List. Go-To, which she launched the brand in 2014, enjoyed a boom in sales during the pandemic

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