Byron Baes star Sarah St John puts on a cheeky display in denim shorts

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Byron Baes star Sarah St John puts on a cheeky display in a pair of denim shorts as she films the new Netflix reality show with Alex Reid

Production on Netflix’s controversial influencer reality show Byron Baes is in full swing.

And this week, two of the cast members from the show were spotted filming scenes at a café in Casuarina, just outside of Byron Bay. 

Sarah St John and Alex Reid looked cool and casual as they made their way to the café to grab breakfast together.

Cheeky! Sarah St John and Alex Reid were spotted filming scenes for the Netflix reality series Byron Baes at a café in Casuarina this week

Cheeky! Sarah St John and Alex Reid were spotted filming scenes for the Netflix reality series Byron Baes at a café in Casuarina this week 

They were later seen sharing a green smoothie and a latte together at one of the tables.

Sarah was hard to miss in a pair of extremely revealing denim shorts, which showcased a hint of her derriere. 

She wore a beige sweater and accessorised with a Louis Vuitton handbag and stylish sunglasses.

Her pal Alex kept things relaxed in a pair of skinny jeans and a blue button-up shirt. 

Stepping out: Sarah and Alex looked cool and casual as they made their way to the café to grab breakfast together

Stepping out: Sarah and Alex looked cool and casual as they made their way to the café to grab breakfast together

Thirsty? They were later seen sharing a green smoothie and a latte together at one of the tables

Thirsty? They were later seen sharing a green smoothie and a latte together at one of the tables

Alex, who used to be radio host Kyle Sandilands’ assistant, was spotted last week unloading his belongings outside his home near Byron.

Netflix was recently forced to apologise to the stars of Byron Baes after describing them as ‘influencers’ and ‘hot Instagrammers’ in a press release.

The streaming giant’s Director of Originals in Australia, Que Minh Luu, confirmed the cast ‘hated’ the wording and some even threatened to pull out.

‘They are artists, musicians, entrepreneurs, business owners, models, on a spiritual journey and more,’ Ms Luu said, apologising for the wording.

Ms Luu was responding after many mocked the press release, which read in part: ‘It’s not just Chris and Zac’s backyard, it’s the playground of more celebrity-adjacent-adjacent influencers than you can poke a selfie stick at.’

Coming soon: Production on Netflix's controversial influencer reality show Byron Baes is in full swing

Coming soon: Production on Netflix’s controversial influencer reality show Byron Baes is in full swing

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