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Karl Stefanovic and Ally Langdon warm up in Queenstown


Who ate all the pies? Karl Stefanovic and Ally Langdon tuck into sausage rolls and pastry treats after filming the Today show live in chilly New Zealand

Karl Stefanovic and Ally Langdon are currently hosting the Today show in chilly Queenstown, New Zealand

And after a busy day of filming on Friday, the Channel Nine presenters were seen warming up by rucking into some classic meat pie and sausage rolls at Earnslaw Park.

Karl, 46, eagerly chomped down on what appeared to be a delicious sausage roll. 

Tasty! Ally Langdon enjoyed a bite of her meat after filming the Today Show live in Queenstown, New Zealand on Thursday

Tasty! Ally Langdon enjoyed a bite of her meat after filming the Today Show live in Queenstown, New Zealand on Thursday

He kept warm from the New Zealand chill in a big and cosy black coat and a beanie.

Co-host Ally, 42, was seen taking a bite of her meat pie after the. 

The blonde beauty chatted with a few locals who likely watched the Australian breakfast show broadcast from the park. 

She rugged up in a long red coat with a cream scarf and matching gloves. 

Delish! Karl, 46, enjoyed eagerly chomped down on what appeared to be a delicious sausage roll

Delish! Karl, 46, enjoyed eagerly chomped down on what appeared to be a delicious sausage roll

Fresh: Co-host Ally, 42, was seen taking bites of her freshly made meat pie after the show

Fresh: Co-host Ally, 42, was seen taking bites of her freshly made meat pie after the show

Team photo: Karl, Ally and the Today team, including Leila McKinnon (right) and Richard Wilkins (in sunglasses) posed for pictures with Lake Wakatipu behind them

Team photo: Karl, Ally and the Today team, including Leila McKinnon (right) and Richard Wilkins (in sunglasses) posed for pictures with Lake Wakatipu behind them

Karl, Ally and the Today team, including Leila McKinnon, Richard Wilkins and Brooke Boney posed for pictures with Lake Wakatipu behind them. 

The hosting duo then went their separate ways , with Karl chatting with members of the Today team and Ally and a male friend stretching their legs and enjoying a stroll around. 

Making new friends: The blonde beauty chatted with a few locals who likely watched the Australian breakfast show broadcast from the park

Making new friends: The blonde beauty chatted with a few locals who likely watched the Australian breakfast show broadcast from the park

Looking cosy: She rugged up in a long red coat with a cream scarf and matching gloves

Looking cosy: She rugged up in a long red coat with a cream scarf and matching gloves

Out on the town: Ally and a male friend stretched their legs and enjoyed a stroll around.

Out on the town: She was seen rifling through her bag looking for her phone

Out on the town: Ally and a male friend stretched their legs and enjoyed a stroll around. She was seen rifling through her bag looking for her phone

Checking for updates: They appeared to be enjoying a conversation, until her phone appeared to ring

Checking for updates: They appeared to be enjoying a conversation, until her phone appeared to ring

Checking in! Ally was quick to slip off her gloves to answer her phone - likely from her husband Mike Willesee Jr. and their two children son Mack, four, and daughter Scout, three

Checking in! Ally was quick to slip off her gloves to answer her phone – likely from her husband Mike Willesee Jr. and their two children son Mack, four, and daughter Scout, three

Ally slipped off her gloves to answer her phone – likely from her husband Mike Willesee Jr. and their two children son Mack, four, and daughter Scout, three. 

The breakfast show’s visit to New Zealand marks the first time Today has ventured away from Nine’s North Sydney headquarters since their ill-fated trip to the Gold Coast in February.

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During that excursion, Ally injured herself badly during a pre-recorded hydrofoiling segment and was out of commission for a month.

The Today show team jetted off to New Zealand on Thursday after the Covid-19 pandemic halted travel for more than a year.

Back on the road: The breakfast show's visit to New Zealand marks the first time Today has ventured away from Nine's North Sydney headquarters since their ill-fated trip to the Gold Coast in February

Back on the road: The breakfast show’s visit to New Zealand marks the first time Today has ventured away from Nine’s North Sydney headquarters since their ill-fated trip to the Gold Coast in February

Unfortunate accident: During that excursion, Ally injured herself badly during a pre-recorded hydrofoiling segment and was out of commission for a month

Unfortunate accident: During that excursion, Ally injured herself badly during a pre-recorded hydrofoiling segment and was out of commission for a month



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