Lisa Curry and Grant Kenny’s son, Jett Kenny, have sought the comfort of friends following the death of his sister Jaimi on Monday.
The 26-year-old model posted on Instagram Stories on Wednesday, sharing images of himself drinking cocktails and eating pizza with friends at a trendy Brisbane restaurant.
One photo shows Jett smiling while sitting behind a table overlooking the water with his friend Jamo Porter.
The surfer’s savior’s outing comes after he admitted on Tuesday that he wasn’t always “ the best brother ” of Jaimi, who battled an eating disorder for years.
Comfort: Jett Kenny (left) sought the comfort of friends in Brisbane on Wednesday after the death of his sister Jaimi, while heading out for cocktails and pizza
Also in attendance was Jamo’s partner, Karis Ramsay, who uploaded a photo of Jett and Jamo enjoying a casual conversation.
“Congratulations,” Karis wrote next to the image, suggesting that the purpose of the outing was to celebrate her and Jamo’s relationship milestone.
In front of Jett and his buddy there were plates of chips, a hamburger, several large pizzas and two cold drinks.
Tragedy: Jett makes a brave face as he mourns the loss of his sister Jaimi (right), who died Monday at the age of 33 after years of secretly battling an eating disorder
In front of Jett and his buddy were plates of fries, a hamburger, various pizzas and two drinks
Jett dressed appropriately for the warm Queensland climate in a black T-shirt and gray baseball cap.
Just hours earlier, the former Dancing with the Stars contestant had shared a mirror selfie with Instagram Stories while visiting a barber shop.
“New hair, who is there?” he wrote next to the photo.
Over lunch, Jett shared photos of a fruity-looking drink and a nearby bridge
On Wednesday night, Jett went to the gym with a male friend named Jarrad.
Again he posted to Instagram Stories, sharing a black and white video of Jarrad working out his core with a Torsonator device.
Jett grimaces as he mourns the loss of his sister Jaimi, who died on Monday at the age of 33 after years of secretly battling an eating disorder.
“New hair, who is there?” Hours earlier, he’d shared a mirror selfie while visiting a barber shop
As a tribute to Jaimi on Instagram, Jett shared a throwback photo of the couple posing for a selfie on Tuesday, alongside a heartbreaking caption.
“ I may not have been your best brother all the time, I know you thought you weren’t the big sister I always needed, but I do know we loved each other unconditionally all the time, ” he wrote .
‘I will always love you. Rest in peace my beautiful big sister, the world lost one of its treasures yesterday, but heaven gained one. You will be greatly missed by all whose lives you have touched. ‘
Outing: On Wednesday night, Jett went to the gym with a male friend named Jarrad
A number of celebrities responded to Jett’s post to share their condolences, including Grant Denyer, Erin Holland, Lincoln Lewis and Alicia Banit.
The Curry-Kenny family confirmed the death of Jaimi on Monday afternoon.
“ It is with a very heavy heart that Lisa and I confirm that our beautiful daughter Jaimi has lost her battle with a long illness and passed away peacefully in hospital this morning in the company of a loving family, ” said Grant, Jaimi’s father .
Heartbreaking: In tribute to Jaimi on Instagram, Jett shared a throwback photo of the couple posing for a selfie on Tuesday, alongside a heartbreaking caption
“Jaimi will forever be remembered as a caring, bright and loving soul who always put others above herself,” he continued.
Our hearts are broken and the pain is immense, but we must continue to cherish every wonderful moment we have to share with our precious first child.
“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.
“Needless to say, this is a very difficult time for family and friends and we trust that we can all grieve in privacy.”
Regret: surf lifesaver admitted he wasn’t always ‘best brother’ to Jaimi, who battled an eating disorder for years
The family statement did not specify the exact nature of Jaimi’s illness.
However, Daily Mail Australia understands that she had been battling an eating disorder for a long time, with her family supporting her through years of treatment in a private clinic.
For free and confidential support, contact Lifeline at 13 11 14 or the Butterfly Foundation for any concerns about eating disorders at 1800 ED HOPE
Lisa Curry is pictured with her son Jett (left), the surviving daughter Morgan (right) and her grandson Flynn