According to Nine Now, the Melbourne-based tradie has been helping the celebrity contestants on The Block reach their strict renovation deadlines. He first signed up for the role back in 2017, shortly after finding his happily ever after with the Channel 10 presenter.
“'I genuinely love my job so enjoy (almost) every day on site,” he told the publication.
Back in 2011, Lee stripped off in an effort to win the title of Australia’s Hottest Tradie. The competition was put on by dating website RSVP, with finalists judged on their physical appearance, athletic skills and everyday know-how.
In YouTube footage from the event, the ripped hunk can be seen posing on stage wearing nothing but a pair of beige work pants.
He reportedly beat out four other men in the state title but lost the national final to Queensland electrician Stuart Cali.
Earlier this year, lovebirds Lee and Georgia were forced to postpone their lavish Italian wedding due to coronavirus restrictions. In an exclusive interview with WHO, the 27-year-old journalist admitted it had always been her “dream” to get hitched overseas.
“We were meant to be heading over in eight days’ time to visit the venue and meet all the vendors and book everything in,” she said, adding that they’d chosen Sicily for the big day.
“We feel so lucky that we hadn’t locked something in and sent out our invitations, though, and had everyone book their flights. We just have to change our plans.”
As a back up, the couple decided to tie the knot in Tasmania. Little wonder they were devastated when this also fell through.
"So like HOW FUNNY IS IT when you cancel your Italy wedding and book it for Tasmania instead hahahahahahahaha and then the Premier shuts the borders til at least December HAHAHAHAHA OMG SO FUNNY I’M TOTALLY FINE!!!!!" Georgia wrote on social media.
Speaking with the Herald Sun recently, Georgia revealed that the couple had finally managed to lock in a new date for the occasion.
“We have set a (wedding) date next year and are forging ahead hoping it is going to happen as we want it to,” she said, adding that they were yet to firm up the finer details.
“We don't want to have to plan a third wedding, but if it ends up that we have to postpone it we will do that.”