E! Australia host Ksenija Lukich and lawyer husband Dan Bragg buy first home

E! Australia host Ksenija Lukich and lawyer husband Dan Bragg buy first home
E! Australia host Ksenija Lukich and lawyer husband Dan Bragg buy first home

E! Australia host Ksenija Lukich and her lawyer husband Dan Bragg have bought their first home ­together.

It is an apartment in Potts Point costing around $1,075,000.

It sits over the tree top ­canopy of Victoria St, with harbour glimpses to the north.

The former model-turned-entertainment reporter has refurnished the apartment in the 1980s block.

Posting to Instagram accompanying a stylish sofa with contemporary Vicki Lee art handing behind, she captioned “cozy (sic) spots at home”. Bragg has been on Instagram too, popping a picture of the red winter sunset.

Their apartment was architecturally redesigned before its last sale when it fetched $765,000 in 2012.

It has sliding wall panels for flexibility between the open-plan living and dining room and the bedroom.

The 85sqm apartment has two bedrooms, one with an adjoining study, a chic marble bathroom and a car space. Laing Real Estate agent Tony Dowling sold the apartment off-market. It first sold in 1985 at $129,000.

The 28-year-old model grew up on the northern beaches and won a contest to become the host of E! Australia in 2014. Lukich and Bragg, who specialises in financial matters at King & Wood Mallesons, last week celebrated their 10-year anniversary ­together.

The couple met at a bar in CREMORNE. Lukich went up to him, gave him her number and he called first thing the next morning. He proposed over a Manly sunset after they had fish and chips on the beach.

They wed in 2016 in a traditional Serbian Orthodox Church service in Ingleside, the first Serbian Orthodox Church in Australia which her grandfather helped establish. Her uncle performed the ceremony.

Lukich wore a Steven Khalil-­designed dress, while Bragg’s suit came from the now Tamarama-based tailor Patrick Johnson.

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