Today’s entertainment reporter Brooke Boney shares a rare bikini photo


Today’s entertainment reporter Brooke Boney shares a rare bikini photo as she encourages fans to get vaccinated so Australians can get back to the beach

Long, lazy days at the beach are becoming a distant memory for the millions of Aussies stuck in Covid lockdown.

And Today’s entertainment reporter Brooke Boney reminded her fans on Monday that the quickest way to get back to the beach is by getting vaccinated.

She posted a throwback photo to Instagram of herself in a maroon bikini after a dip in the ocean, and wrote: ‘Fondly remembering back to the times we could go 10km for our state-sanctioned exercise swims.’

Throwback: Today’s entertainment reporter Brooke Boney, 34, (pictured) shared a rare bikini photo as she encouraged fans to get vaccinated so Australians can get back to the beach

‘I guess I’ll have to put off learning how to swim for another year,’ she added.

Brooke went on to encourage people to get vaccinated against Covid to end lockdown sooner rather than later.

‘Pls get vaccinated so I don’t have to wait till November to do this again,’ she wrote.

Brooke received her first dose of the Astra Zeneca vaccine in July. 

Getting the jab: Brooke received her first dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine in July

Getting the jab: Brooke received her first dose of the AstraZeneca vaccine in July

The journalist is based in Sydney, which is now in its seventh week of lockdown following an outbreak of the highly contagious Delta strain of Covid.

It comes after Brooke revealed the less than glamorous side of her job at Channel Nine: the early starts.

‘I don’t know how I ended up being someone who does all these breakfast shows when I am naturally a night owl who loves my sleep-ins,’ she told Mediaweek.   

'It is not easy': It comes after Brooke revealed the less than glamorous side of her job - the early starts. 'I don't know how I ended up being someone who does all these breakfast shows when I am naturally a night owl who loves my sleep-ins,' she told Mediaweek

‘It is not easy’: It comes after Brooke revealed the less than glamorous side of her job – the early starts. ‘I don’t know how I ended up being someone who does all these breakfast shows when I am naturally a night owl who loves my sleep-ins,’ she told Mediaweek

Brooke said she’s managed to deal with the unpleasant morning alarm by going to bed at the same time every night. 

‘It is not easy and it is not fun setting your alarm for that time but you just do it,’ she said, admitting the first ten minutes of her days ‘absolutely suck’.

Once she arrives on set, however, Brooke said she’s able to snap into her peppy TV persona immediately.   

'I wasn't looking after myself': In May, Brooke told Mamamia her early starts had taken a toll on her physical and mental health, and that she was trying to live a more balanced lifestyle

‘I wasn’t looking after myself’: In May, Brooke told Mamamia her early starts had taken a toll on her physical and mental health, and that she was trying to live a more balanced lifestyle

In May, Brooke told Mamamia her early starts had taken a toll on her physical and mental health last year, and that she was trying to live a more balanced lifestyle.  

‘The year before I was eating terribly, and I wasn’t looking after myself properly and I actually put on a lot of weight,’ she admitted.

‘I just started eating really healthy and just getting into heaps of veggies and not drinking as much.’ 

Plum gig: Brooke joined Today in January 2019, replacing entertainment guru Richard Wilkins. She was the first Indigenous woman to join a morning show on a commercial network

Plum gig: Brooke joined Today in January 2019, replacing entertainment guru Richard Wilkins. She was the first Indigenous woman to join a morning show on a commercial network 

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