Zoe Foster Blake is all smiles as she visits the set of iconic children’s TV series Play School

Zoë Foster Blake smiles as she visits the set of the iconic children’s TV series Play School

Zoë Foster Blake couldn’t wipe the smile from her face on Monday as she visited the set of iconic children’s TV series Play School.

The beauty entrepreneur, 42, shared a gallery of photos on Instagram of her posing up a storm with the show’s iconic characters.

In one photo, Zoë was seen giving her best as she posed on the colorful floral set with Humpty Dumpty and Big Ted.

Zoë Foster Blake (pictured) couldn't wipe the smile from her face on Monday as she visited the set of the iconic children's TV series Play School

Zoë Foster Blake (pictured) couldn’t wipe the smile from her face on Monday as she visited the set of the iconic children’s TV series Play School

The mother of two cheekily wrote next to the snap that “is something else that won’t impress my kids.”

Zoë posted another photo showing a video camera filming her having fun on set, hinting that she could soon be a guest on the long-running show.

“This was a real moment. I was really impressed with all these plush icons,” she captioned the photo.

The beauty entrepreneur shared a gallery of photos on Instagram of her posing up a storm with the show’s iconic characters

Zoë is one of Australia’s most successful entrepreneurs.

Last year, she enjoyed an $89 million payday after selling her majority stake in skincare company Go-To.

Go-To saw huge sales during the Covid-19 pandemic, earning its founder a place on the Australian Financial Review Young Rich List.

Zoë married comedian and radio personality Hamish Blake (pictured) in 2012 and has two children with him, son Sonny Blake, eight, and daughter Rudy, five.

She is also a popular children’s author and has written more than a dozen fun and engaging children’s books.

Zoë married comedian and radio personality Hamish Blake in 2012 and has two children with him, son Sonny Blake, eight, and daughter Rudy, five.

The couple, who previously lived in Melbourne, moved to Sydney last year where they bought an $8.925 million family home in the Eastern Suburbs.

The couple, who previously lived in Melbourne, moved to Sydney last year where they bought an $8.925 million family home in the Eastern Suburbs.