My Kitchen Rules judge Manu Feildel was spotted enjoying a family day out in Sydney with his wife Clarissa and daughter Charlee.
The trio were seen grabbing lunch near their Maroubra home on February 16 before heading off on a local shopping trip.
Dressed casually for daddy duty in a charcoal t-shirt and camo cargo shorts, the doting father opened a toy for four-year-old Charlee and held on tight to her hand as they crossed the street.
Clarissa also cut a casual figure in a baby pink tank top, black leggings and sandals.
The mum-of-one, who has Chinese and Sri Lankan heritage, wore her raven hair in a high bun and carried a large printed tote bag.
Little Charlee looked adorable in a blue dress with pink cartoon drawings and a headband of blush coloured roses.
The French-born TV chef tied the knot with longtime love Clarissa in an intimate Queensland ceremony in January 2019 with just 20 close friends and family present.
In a touching tribute to her restaurateur husband, Clarissa had the initial "M" tattooed on her left shoulder.
Manu, 45, celebrated the milestone 10th Anniversary Season of My Kitchen Rules earlier this year.
"It's incredible, 10 years, I feel old!" he told New Idea.
The TV personality, who shares screen time with fellow MKR judges Pete Evans and Colin Fassnidge, also spilled on what really goes on behind-the-scenes of the Channel 7 staple.
"We have a lot of fun together and so far we have had a ball. I think it's like the three amigos on set - we f*** around far too much!"
Pete, also 45, called the three "good mates" with a "deep respect" for one another.