SAS Australia’s Jackson Warne spruiks Lego on Instagram after becoming an influencer with over 30,000 followers
He recently starred on Channel Seven’s brutal new reality TV series SAS Australia. And Jackson Warne is now enjoying the benefits of his fame by becoming a social media influencer.
The 21-year-old son of cricket legend Shane Warne promoted Lego on Instagram on Wednesday by sharing a video of himself building characters from Star Wars using the building blocks.
‘2020 has been a challenging year and it looks Christmas will be no different. Like many others, I’ve been able to spend a lot more time at home which for me means more time building with LEGO,’ he wrote.
‘For the last few weeks I’ve been tapping into my creative side to make some of my favourite LEGO builds ever – including this Boba Fett helmet.’
‘Wishing everyone a safe and happy Christmas and I hope you all have some LEGO under your Christmas trees,’ he said.
Promoting: The 21-year-old son of cricket legend Shane Warne promoted Lego on Instagram, by sharing a video of himself building characters from Star Wars using the building blocks
It comes after Jackson revealed he lost a staggering 10kg while filming SAS Australia earlier this year.
He shared dramatic before and after selfies to Instagram, showing how he looked after shedding the weight during his stint on the program.
Prior to the show Jackson weighed 85kg, but his weight dropped to 75kg after filming ended.
Dramatic transformation: It comes after Jackson revealed he lost a staggering 10kg while filming SAS Australia earlier this year. Pictured left; before and right; after
In the first photo, the professional poker player flaunted his muscular build as he posed in front of the mirror.
Jackson also shared a second photograph, which showed his slimmed-down figure after returning home from filming.
The professional poker player sensationally quit the show last month, after surviving an impressive eight days.
Weight loss: Prior to the show Jackson weighed 85kg, but his weight dropped to 75kg after filming ended