Rarely seen Pete Evans and his wife Nicola Robinson walk their dog in Bondi

Rarely seen, Pete Evans and his wife Nicola Robinson have walked their dog in Bondi, two years after he was sacked for sharing a neo-Nazi meme on Facebook

Disgraced former celebrity chef Pete Evans and his wife Nicola Robinson were pictured for the first time in months as they stepped out in Sydney on Friday.

The 49-year-old, who hosted My Kitchen Rules on Channel Seven before his public fall, dressed casually while the couple walked their dog in Bondi.

He wore a black sweater and shorts with a pair of brown boots and sported an unusual haircut with shaved sides and a mullet at the back.

Disgraced former celebrity chef Pete Evans (left) and his wife Nicola Robinson (right) were pictured for the first time in months stepping out in Sydney on Friday

Nicola, a former model from New Zealand, wore comfortable black skinny jeans, a yellow t-shirt and sandals.

It’s the first time Peter and Nicola have been seen out and about since attending the Byron Bay Bluesfest in April.

In a photo posted to Instagram, Nicola unveiled a new look at the festival with silver-grey hair and a bushy beard.

The 49-year-old, who hosted My Kitchen Rules on Channel Seven before his public fall, dressed casually while the couple walked their dog in Bondi

The 49-year-old, who hosted My Kitchen Rules on Channel Seven before his public fall, dressed casually while the couple walked their dog in Bondi

The Bluesfest sighting comes after Pete made headlines for suggesting Covid-19 vaccines played a role in the deaths of cricketing greats Shane Warne and Rod Marsh.

As social media tributes poured in for the popular sporting icons, anti-vaccination trolls hijacked the devastating news to spread absurd conspiracies about Covid-19.

Footage has been circulating online of Pete, shot during a Zoom call, apparently showing him paying tribute to Shane.

He admitted he could not specifically comment on the reasons for his death, but then ranted about Covid vaccines.

He wore a black sweater and shorts with a pair of brown boots and sported an unusual haircut with shaved sides and a mullet at the back

He wore a black sweater and shorts with a pair of brown boots and sported an unusual haircut with shaved sides and a mullet at the back

It's the first time Peter and Nicola have been seen out and about since attending the Byron Bay Bluesfest in April

It’s the first time Peter and Nicola have been seen out and about since attending the Byron Bay Bluesfest in April

Pete’s fall from grace began in May 2020 when he left Channel Seven after 10 years as a judge at MKR alongside Manu Feildel and Colin Fassnidge.

It effectively marked his break with the mainstream after years of flirting with offbeat ideas during his tenure with the network.

Free from the contractual constraints of mainstream television, Pete began sharing his non-scientific beliefs about vaccines and the Covid-19 pandemic on social media.

Its Instagram page was taken down in February last year, and the company issued a statement that read: “We do not allow anyone to share misinformation about Covid-19 that could result in imminent physical harm, or about Covid-19 Vaccines debunked by public health experts.’

Nicola, a former model from New Zealand, wore comfortable black skinny jeans, a yellow t-shirt and sandals

Nicola, a former model from New Zealand, wore comfortable black skinny jeans, a yellow t-shirt and sandals

Pete's fall from grace began in May 2020 when he left Channel Seven after 10 years as a judge at MKR alongside Manu Feildel and Colin Fassnidge

Pete’s fall from grace began in May 2020 when he left Channel Seven after 10 years as a judge at MKR alongside Manu Feildel and Colin Fassnidge

Also, in November 2020, he was dropped by 15 sponsors and companies within 48 hours after posting a neo-Nazi meme on social media. He also missed an appearance on Channel 10’s I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!

In May 2021, Pete was fined $80,000 for attempting to cash in on Covid again by lashing out at more fake treatments online.

It was the second time he had run into trouble with authorities, having previously been fined $25,000 for attempting to sell his so-called BioCharger on Facebook for $15,000 apiece.

He insisted the light could cure Covid-19 and protect users from infection, but had no evidence to back the wild claims.

Free from the contractual constraints of mainstream television, Pete then began sharing his non-scientific beliefs about vaccines and the Covid-19 pandemic on social media

Free from the contractual constraints of mainstream television, Pete then began sharing his non-scientific beliefs about vaccines and the Covid-19 pandemic on social media

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