There are some floral shirts in the new season Myer range that I’m particularly looking forward to wearing.” “I did my own laundry for the first time a few weeks ago and I hated it.It was the worst thing, I didn’t stuff it up but I don’t want to do it again.I caught up with Smith, 35, to chat about his career, fatherhood and those engagement rumours with girlfriend Maddy King. This month I’m shooting the Myer spring-summer [campaign] so I’m back in the gym and working out, getting ready for that. I will always be English, I will always be extremely proud of that heritage and get back there and visit people as much as possible, but to relocate back there and raise kids, it’s not something I would want to do. If you look at Zoolander, he has got one look and I think I’m a little bit like that. Is there truth to these rumours that you are engaged?
Especially when I get excited about things, I speak quite quickly. I’m going to the Woodford Reserve Mother’s Day Polo Classic. So I’m going to be down at Kurri Burri and stomping the divots with sons and daughters and their mothers to celebrate Mother’s Day. He sent his mum a card and a beautiful bunch of flowers. He sends on both English Mother’s Day and the Australian Mother’s Day because he is half English, of course.
His pre-school is down in Melbourne so it is really difficult.
But as we all know, the best laid schemes of mice, men and journalists often go awry.
It all started when my pre-event interview with Kris Smith (Myer ambassador, television presenter, model, former athlete and haver of piercing eyes and jovial accent) was bumped forward.
It’s something I got from Jen Hawkins, actually, I like to do things backstage like hide fake spiders and scare people. I also make sure I check my fly too before I head out on stage, many times.
Walking out with that unzipped would be the worst.” “Sometimes I find it hard to step out of my comfort zone.
Myer designers Gail Elliott (of Little Joe Woman), Charlie Brown and Arthur Galan were milling about and the ever charming Alex Perry was sweetly asking for photos with young ladies who were adorned in his designs.
I’d even go as far as to say it rivaled Disneyland for the title of the happiest place on earth, but with less sticky children and more women taking #blessed sefies.
I ate a lot.” “It can get a bit crazy backstage, so I like to play a few pranks and have a bit of fun.