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Colin Fassnidge celebrates the reopening of his Banksia Hotel restaurant as Covid restrictions ease

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Former My Kitchen Rules star Colin Fassnidge celebrates the reopening of his Banksia Hotel restaurant as Covid restrictions ease


Colin Fassnidge is celebrating the reopening of his NSW restaurant.

The former My Kitchen Rules star, 47, got things ready at the Banksia Hotel on Friday, ahead of next week’s opening 

In a series of photos, the chef tended to kegs in his basement, as well as posing in front of the bistro while wearing a mask.   

Ready: Colin Fassnidge (pictured) is celebrating the reopening of his NSW restaurant

Ready: Colin Fassnidge (pictured) is celebrating the reopening of his NSW restaurant

COVID-19 restrictions will ease across NSW from Monday, 11 October after the state passed its 70 per cent double vaccination target. 

Hospitality venues able to reopen to fully vaccinated patrons. 

Last month, Colin had another mishap when he proved working from home can be tough for parents with young children.

Ready! The former My Kitchen Rules star, 47, got things ready the Banksia Hotel ahead of next week's reopening

Ready! The former My Kitchen Rules star, 47, got things ready the Banksia Hotel ahead of next week’s reopening

Time to go: In a series of photos, the chef tended to kegs in his basement, as well as posing in front of the bistro while wearing a mask

Time to go: In a series of photos, the chef tended to kegs in his basement, as well as posing in front of the bistro while wearing a mask

Soon! COVID-19 restrictions will ease across NSW from Monday, 11 October after the state passed its 70 per cent double vaccination target

Soon! COVID-19 restrictions will ease across NSW from Monday, 11 October after the state passed its 70 per cent double vaccination target

He experienced the challenges first-hand when his two daughters, Lilly, 10, and Maeve, 9, unexpectedly popped up in the background of a live interview.

During a stint on The Morning Show, the cooking show stalwart found himself photobombed during a chat with hosts Larry and Kylie.

The little girls are seen looking straight into the camera as they pass through the family kitchen.

Open: Hospitality venues able to reopen to fully vaccinated patrons

Open: Hospitality venues able to reopen to fully vaccinated patrons

After the segment, Colin shared a video on his Instagram, writing: ‘When your kids bomb live TV! And smile at the camera.’

Colin is a proud dad of his two daughters, who he shares with wife Jane Hyland.

During Australia’s first Coronavirus lockdown period in 2020, Colin launched an online cooking show, alongside his wife Jane and their daughters.

Laughs: Last month, Colin had another mishap when he proved working from home can be tough for parents with young children. He experienced the challenges first-hand when his two daughters, Lilly, 10, and Maeve, 9, popped up in the background of a live interview

Laughs: Last month, Colin had another mishap when he proved working from home can be tough for parents with young children. He experienced the challenges first-hand when his two daughters, Lilly, 10, and Maeve, 9, popped up in the background of a live interview

Thoughtful! During Australia's first Coronavirus lockdown period in 2020, Colin launched an online cooking show, with his wife Jane and their daughters (all pictured)

Thoughtful! During Australia’s first Coronavirus lockdown period in 2020, Colin launched an online cooking show, with his wife Jane and their daughters (all pictured)

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