Brace yourself for extreme levels of cuteness because Hamish Blake and Zoë Foster Blake’s second child is here! And it’s a perfectly swaddled girl named Rudy Hazel Blake.
Admitting another patron into the nightclub my wife and I run (I'm security, she's the DJ). We have a fairly strict door policy as you have to be a child of the DJ and/or bouncer, so it's always great to get someone new through the door. The photo copy I took of her license says her name is Rudy Hazel Blake and I'm just about to tell her it's a $12 cover charge. Nah, just messing with you Rudy, babies drink for free and you're cute as hell. Free entry.
She’s so tiny and so adorable! Her older brother Sonny is also super cute, and shares his parents’ humour at just three years old.
Hamish, a beloved Australian comedian and TV and radio personality, married Zoë, an author and cosmetics entrepreneur, in 2012 and the couple have been inseparable ever since. Hamish is well-known for being part of a comedic duo with Andy Lee, but these days “Foster Blake” is as often heard in Australian culture as “Hamish and Andy”. The Foster Blakes even had their own series of Bonds ads. Can you get more Australian that that?
Unfortunately, the iconic Foster Blakes left Andy in the dust. Andy was also much unluckier in love despite Hamish’s efforts as the Ultimate Wingman.
How did the Ultimate Wingman gameshow ‘Mister needs a Sister’ fail? Poor thing. Sorry Andy, we love you Andy.
But back to Hamish and Zoë’s bubs. It’s safe to say they’re definitely more well-behaved than Hamish as a child. Remember when he crashed Richie Strahan and Faith’s date on The Bachelor as a three-year-old named Rory?
Nothing to kill a budding romance like a savage manchild. Rory was so demanding.
He flipped more than any renovation show like House Rules, The Block, etc.
And when it was all over, he marvelled as his own brilliance.
It’s pretty obvious that Rudy and Sonny have hands down got their dad beat on cute points. But here’s hoping they also grow up to be as hilarious and talented (if not more so) than both their parents.