The former MasterChef judge, 62, lit up a cigarette as he flaunted his slimmed down frame in the snazzy ensemble.
Complemented by a crisp white shirt and pocket square, the funky jacket and slacks enhanced the chef’s slicked back locks and neatly trimmed beard.
Topped with a pair of felt black shoes, Matt rocked his polished look as he waited for an Uber to pick him up.
Flashing his gold wedding band, the media personality stomped out his dart and kept his black carry-on suitcase close to hand as he loaded up the car.
Matt Preston, 62, (pictured) looked incredibly stylish on Wednesday as he stepped out in a fashionable purple suit at Moore Park in Sydney
Matt appears to have dropped a lot of weight in the past year, after he was photographed leaving a Melbourne gym last November.
The reality TV star has clearly been working hard to shed the pounds.
In 2019, shortly after he left MasterChef Australia, Matt revealed that he was starting a weight-loss journey after weighing in at 140kg.
The former MasterChef judge lit up a cigarette as he flaunted his slimmed down frame in the snazzy ensemble
Speaking to The Daily Telegraph at the time, the celebrity food critic said: ‘I have dropped a bit of weight and put on a bit of muscle.
‘I’ve been eating less, mainly plants but not restricting myself from anything. It is about having time, that moment when there are no more excuses,’
The author went on to say he has started working out four times a week, and has also radically changed his diet.
Complemented by a crisp white shirt and pocket square, the funky jacket and slacks enhanced the chef’s slicked back locks and neatly trimmed beard
‘It is all about healthy lifestyle as we know but the hardest thing is actually having the time where you can dedicate an hour to go to the gym,’ he said.
The culinary expert told KIIS FM’s Will & Woody that the decision to end his contract came out of nowhere and appeared to be financially motivated.
‘We had no idea. It’s a business decision in these things. I said at the time, you make the decision, you go, “We can save some money maybe”, and then boom, you go the other way,’ he said.
It comes as Matt revealed on Monday he was left blindsided after he and fellow hosts George Calombaris (right) and Gary Mehigan (left) were fired from MasterChef Australia in 2019