Jett Kenny puts on a brave face as he goes surfing in Queensland after having bad luck on SAS Australia

He burst into tears as he discussed the death of his late sister Jaimi on Tuesday’s episode of SAS Australia.

But Jett Kenny, 27, put on a brave face when he stepped outside on Wednesday morning, hours after the scene was broadcast to attend surf training at Alexandra Headland Surf Club in Queensland.

Wearing nothing but a pair of tiny swimming trunks, he saw the lifesaver model smiling and joking with other surfers as he strolled the beach with a surfboard under his arm.

Staying strong: Jett Kenny, 27, put on a brave face as he went surfing in Queensland on Wednesday morning – hours after SAS Australia viewers saw him cry over the death of his sister Jaimi

The muscular reality star seemed to be in his element as he rode the crashing waves with ease.

Sometimes, however, Jett looked gloomier, sometimes staring into the distance with a sad expression on his face.

While Jett did his best to remain calm during surf training, he certainly couldn’t fight his emotions on Tuesday night’s episode of SAS Australia as he discussed his sister’s tragic death.

Fit: He wore nothing but a pair of tiny swimming trunks and the model who was the lifesaver seemed to be in his element as he rode the waves and ran up and down the beach

Fit: He wore nothing but a pair of tiny swimming trunks and the model who was the lifesaver seemed to be in his element as he rode the waves and ran up and down the beach

A moment of reflection: sometimes, however, Jett looked gloomier

A moment of reflection: sometimes, however, Jett looked gloomier

Pensive: Before hitting the waves, Jett saw him staring into the distance with a sad expression on his face

Pensive: Before hitting the waves, Jett saw him staring into the distance with a sad expression on his face

Jaimi had battled alcoholism and an eating disorder before dying at a Sunshine Coast hospital surrounded by her family, including Jett.

During the heartbreaking scene, Jett told his fellow recruits that he was “sorry he wasn’t there for Jaimi anymore” amid her struggles, after she tragically passed away last September at the age of 33.

Addressing his fellow recruits as part of a challenge, Jett said, “The most important thing in my life is that I never feel good enough. I set my standards very high, but if I don’t get them, I put it all back on myself and I let that influence me enormously.

Loss: While Jett did his best to maintain his composure during surf training, he certainly couldn't fight his emotions on Tuesday night's episode of SAS Australia as he discussed his sister's tragic death

Loss: While Jett did his best to maintain his composure during surf training, he certainly couldn’t fight his emotions on Tuesday night’s episode of SAS Australia as he discussed his sister’s tragic death

“I think one way I got like that was with my sister. She struggled with mental health for 15 years, but for me it was kind of like, “Why are you doing this to yourself?” I’ve never quite understood it.’

He told the camera: “My sister struggled with mental health. We did everything we could as a family and for Jaimi to try and get her out. But unfortunately that was not the case.

“She was told she wouldn’t make it until she was thirty. She turned 33.’

Loss: Jett told his fellow recruits he's 'sorry not to be for it' [my sister] more,

Loss: Jett told his fellow recruits he’s ‘sorry not to be for it’ [my sister] more,” after Jaimi (right) died tragically last September at the age of 33

Jett, the son of Olympian Lisa Curry and ironman Grant Kenny, began to cry when he recalled a moment when he told his sister a “harsh reality” when she asked him a question before her death.

“I think… there was one thing I said at her funeral. I’m not going to say it because it was very personal. But I remember telling her the night she asked me this question…” he said.

Without revealing the question, he added: “I gave her the honest truth. I hoped that was the harsh reality she needed when I heard it from her younger brother. But she’s gone now. I kind of regret not being there for her anymore.’

Devastated: Without revealing the question, he added,

Devastated: Without revealing the question, he added, “I gave her the honest truth. I hoped that was the harsh reality she needed when I heard it from her younger brother. But she’s gone now. I kinda regret not being there for her anymore’

Jett told the camera, “For me it was like having the willpower to change your life and turn things around. But that’s me. I can’t speak for someone who has mental health issues because I’ve never been there.

“Everyone wants to do their best for the people they love. But if you can’t, you’re making yourself doubt. Like, was I good enough brother?

“It takes a lot to make me cry, but I cried at Jaimi’s funeral and the night she died. That’s my older sister. Of course I’m going to miss her.’

Heartbroken: 'It takes a lot to make me cry, but I cried at Jaimi's funeral and the night she died.  That's my older sister.  Of course I'm going to miss her,' said Jett

Heartbroken: ‘It takes a lot to make me cry, but I cried at Jaimi’s funeral and the night she died. That’s my older sister. Of course I’m going to miss her,’ said Jett

The Kenny-Curry family announced the death of Jaimi on social media on September 15 last year, a day after her death.

“Our beautiful daughter Jaimi has lost her battle with a long-term illness and passed away peacefully in hospital yesterday morning with her loving family by her side,” Jaimi’s mother Lisa Curry wrote at the time.

The Kenny-Curry family announced the death of Jaimi on social media on September 15 last year, a day after her death.

Devastating loss: The Kenny-Curry family announced the death of Jaimi on social media on September 15 last year, a day after her death.  In the photo: Jaimi Kenny and her mother Lisa Curry

Devastating loss: The Kenny-Curry family announced the death of Jaimi on social media on September 15 last year, a day after her death. In the photo: Jaimi Kenny and her mother Lisa Curry

“Our beautiful daughter Jaimi has lost her battle with a long-term illness and passed away peacefully in hospital yesterday morning with her loving family by her side,” Jaimi’s mother Lisa Curry wrote at the time.

“We thank the incredible team at Sunshine Coast University Hospital for their tireless efforts to make her better and give us the extra time we could spend with her.

“It goes without saying that this is a very difficult time for family and friends and we trust that we can all grieve in privacy.”

Family: Lisa is pictured with her son Jett (left), daughter Morgan (right) and her grandson Flynn

Family: Lisa is pictured with her son Jett (left), daughter Morgan (right) and her grandson Flynn

It was later reported that Jaimi had battled alcoholism and an eating disorder in a Sunshine Coast hospital before her death.

SAS Australia continues on Channel Seven at 7.30pm on Wednesday

For free and confidential support, contact Lifeline at 13 11 14 or the Butterfly Foundation for Eating Disorder Concerns at 1800 ED HOPE

Battle: Jaimi (pictured) battled depression, alcoholism and an eating disorder before her death in a Sunshine Coast hospital last September

Battle: Jaimi (pictured) battled depression, alcoholism and an eating disorder before her death in a Sunshine Coast hospital last September

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