Isabelle Cornish looks surprisingly fresh after filming the brutal season of SAS Australia recruit wearing a floral dress and surfboard at Sydney Airport
Isabelle Cornish recently finished recording the upcoming season of SAS Australia along with her fellow celebrity recruits.
And it seems the 26-year-old has left the mental and physical ordeals of the selection course behind when she arrived at Sydney Airport this week.
The actress wore a floral maxi dress with a plunging neckline, paired with Dr. Martens.
From the selection course to the branding! SAS Australia recruit Isabelle Cornish (pictured) arrived at Sydney Airport on Wednesday with her bags and surfboard. The 26-year-old wore a face mask while carrying a backpack, a bag on her shoulder and her surfboard on the other side
She wore a face mask as she walked through the terminal with a backpack with an orange and beige bag on her shoulder.
On her other shoulder she carried a surfboard and pushed a large navy blue suitcase.
The Inhumans star, Abbie Cornish’s younger sister, was later seen outside the airport walking with a male friend who helped her with her suitcase.
Isabelle’s arrival in Sydney comes before SAS Australia’s return of season two on Channel Seven.
Edgy: The actress wore a floral maxi dress with a plunging neckline, along with Dr. Martens boots
A little help from her boyfriend: The Inhumans star was later seen outside the airport walking with a male friend who helped her with her suitcase
Director Mark ‘Billy’ Billingham Jason Fox, Matthew Ollerton and head instructor Ant Middleton return for season two of Seven’s SAS Australia.
The new lineup for the competition features a mix of famous and controversial contestants, including Sam Burgess, socialite Brynne Edelsten and TV chef Manu Feildel.
Tennis champion Alicia Molik, Home and Away’s Dan Ewing, actress Bonnie Anderson and former politician Emma Husar will also be on the show.
Famous Family: Isabelle is the younger sister of actress Abbie Cornish, known for her roles in Somersault, Limitless and most recently Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri
They’re back: directors Mark ‘Billy’ Billingham, Jason Fox, Matthew Ollerton and head instructor Ant Middleton return for season two of Seven’s SAS Australia (all pictured)
They will be joined by TV host Erin Holland, AFL star Heath Shaw, actress Isabelle Cornish, Olympian Jana Pittman and Australian sprinter Jessica Peris.
The series also stars Ironman Jett Kenny, Olympic runner John Steffensen, volleyball champion Kerri Pottharst, Bra Boy Koby Abberton, singer Pete Murray and tennis star Mark Philippoussis.
The celebrities will endure strenuous physical activity and military inspired challenges to test their true character.
Season two of SAS Australia will air on Channel Seven later this year.
New Cast: The season two lineup for the military-style competition features a mix of famous and controversial contestants