Hamish Blake has a hilarious response to wife Zoë Foster Blake’s $89m sale of her skincare company


‘We’re both at the top of our game’: Hamish Blake has a hilarious response to wife Zoë Foster Blake’s $89m sale of her skincare company


His wife Zoë Foster Blake has just enjoyed an $89million pay day after selling her controlling stake in her Go-To skincare company. 

And on Sunday, TV and radio star Hamish Blake had a hilarious response to the news. 

Hamish, 39, shared a picture of himself on Instagram after building a stick fort at home, joking that they’re both ‘at the top of our game’.

‘We’re both at the top of our game’: Hamish Blake had a hilarious response to wife Zoë Foster Blake’s $89m sale of her skincare company this week. He built a stick fort and posted about it on Instagram

‘My wiz of a wife did a huge business deal and I am, of course, as always, super impressed by her and massively proud,’ his caption began. 

‘ALSO, I happened to just make probably the trickiest stick fort I’ve ever made, so I guess we BOTH know what it’s like to be married to someone at the top of their game,’ he finished, adding a thumbs up emoji.

Fans loved the post, with one writing underneath: ‘She is a lucky woman…’ 

Ca-ching! According to a report by news.com.au on Friday, the 41-year-old beauty mogul sold a 50.1 per cent share to BWX

Ca-ching! According to a report by news.com.au on Friday, the 41-year-old beauty mogul sold a 50.1 per cent share to BWX

According to a report by news.com.au on Friday, the 41-year-old beauty mogul sold a 50.1 per cent share to BWX.

The ASX-listed company is also behind Aussie skincare brand Sukin, and has a lucrative five-year supplier deal with Chemist Warehouse.

BWX praised Go-To for providing consumers with ‘simple, trusted and effective skincare products for the masstige market’.

Masstige refers to mass-produced and inexpensive goods that are marketed as luxurious.  

She's done well: The skincare company was established by the former magazine journalist in 2014, and generated $36.8million in revenue last year alone

She’s done well: The skincare company was established by the former magazine journalist in 2014, and generated $36.8million in revenue last year alone

The skincare company was established by the former magazine journalist in 2014, and generated $36.8million in revenue last year alone.

Despite the new deal, BWX said Go-To ‘will remain an independently operated, stand-alone, founder-led brand’.

Zoë will also continue to act as the company’s strategic investor, chief creative officer and board director. 

According to a report by the Financial Review in November, Zoë’s net worth was estimated to be at $36million at the time.

Net worth: According to a report by the Financial Review in November, Zoë's net worth was estimated to be at $36million at the time

Net worth: According to a report by the Financial Review in November, Zoë’s net worth was estimated to be at $36million at the time

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