Published On: Wed, Sep 15th, 2021

Model Jessica Vander Leahy grabs lunch with a male pal – amid rumours she’s joining Byron Baes

Model Jessica Vander Leahy shows off her curves in a crop top as she grabs lunch with a mystery male pal – amid rumours she’s joining Byron Baes


She’s the curvaceous model who is rumoured to be joining the upcoming cast of Netflix‘s controversial new series, Byron Baes. 

And on Monday, Jessica Vander Leahy was seen grabbing some lunch in the idyllic Byron with a male friend. 

The writer and influencer showed off her curves on the outing in a white crop as she stepped out for a bite to eat at the Sunday Sustainable Bakery in the centre of town.

Stepping out: Model Jessica Vander Leahy showed off her curves in a crop top on Monday as she grabbed lunch with a mystery male pal in Byron Bay

The stunner teamed her halter neck top with a pair of red high-waisted track pants.

She appeared to be makeup free and wore her hair in natural curls.

Jessica seemed relaxed as she stepped out, picking up a cold drink and a bag of takeaway food. 

Looking good: The writer and influencer showed off her curves on the outing in a white crop as she stepped out for a bite to eat at the Sunday Sustainable Bakery in the centre of town

Looking good: The writer and influencer showed off her curves on the outing in a white crop as she stepped out for a bite to eat at the Sunday Sustainable Bakery in the centre of town

Lowkey: The stunner teamed her halter neck top with a pair of red high-waisted track pants

Lowkey: The stunner teamed her halter neck top with a pair of red high-waisted track pants

Relaxed: Jessica seemed relaxed as she stepped out, picking up a cold drink and a bag of takeaway food

Relaxed: Jessica seemed relaxed as she stepped out, picking up a cold drink and a bag of takeaway food

Relaxed: Jessica seemed relaxed as she stepped out, picking up a cold drink and a bag of takeaway food

Rumours: It was reported in April by Emerald City that Jessica will be appearing on Netflix's new reality show, Byron Baes

Rumours: It was reported in April by Emerald City that Jessica will be appearing on Netflix’s new reality show, Byron Baes

It was reported in April by Emerald City that Jessica will be appearing on Netflix’s new reality show, Byron Baes. 

Joining the cast are former reality stars Nathan Favro, who rose to fame on The Bachelorette, and Elias Chigros, who appeared on Love Island.

Co-creative director of local boutique BISQUE Hannah Brauer will also appear, alongside Byron Bay couple Dave Frim and Saskia Wotton.

Others in the cast include investment company employee Elle Watson, influencer Jade Kevin Foster and spiritualistic therapist Simba Ali.

Rounding out the cast is Kyle Sandilands’ former assistant-turned-manager Alex Reid, fashion designer Jess Bell and her model sister Lauren.

Jessica is a curvaceous model who is known for sharing fitness tips and inspirational quotes on her Instagram for her 90,000 followers.

A press release for the program describes Byron Baes as a ‘docu-soap series’.

Cult following: Jessica is a curvaceous model who is known for sharing fitness tips and inspirational quotes on her Instagram for her 90,000 followers

Cult following: Jessica is a curvaceous model who is known for sharing fitness tips and inspirational quotes on her Instagram for her 90,000 followers

Upcoming: A press release for the program describes Byron Baes as a 'docu-soap series'

Upcoming: A press release for the program describes Byron Baes as a ‘docu-soap series’

‘This is our love letter to Byron Bay,’ it states.

‘It’s not just Chris [Hemsworth] and Zac [Efron]’s backyard; it’s the playground of more celebrity-adjacent influencers than you can poke a selfie-stick at.’

There will be ‘fights, flings and heartbreak’ on offer, too.

It comes after a handful of so-called Byron locals recently paddled out into the ocean to protest the show, while others stood by with placards that read ‘give Netflix the flick’ and ‘consult traditional owners’.

Ben Gordon, owner of The Byron Bay General Store, led calls to snub production – and is asking other local businesses to do the same.

‘They’ve simply turned up unannounced and they are proposing to drag our name through the mud, and make millions of dollars without offering anything back to the community,’ he told Today hosts Karl Stefanovic and Allison Langdon.

Controversial: It comes after a handful of so-called Byron locals recently paddled out into the ocean to protest the show, while others stood by with placards that read 'give Netflix the flick' and 'consult traditional owners'

Controversial: It comes after a handful of so-called Byron locals recently paddled out into the ocean to protest the show, while others stood by with placards that read ‘give Netflix the flick’ and ‘consult traditional owners’

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