Sophie Monk wrapped herself up for Christmas. Picture: Instagram
Sophie Monk wrapped herself up for Christmas. Picture: Instagram

Sophie’s Christmas gift to Stu? Herself

SHE'S currently enjoying the colder Christmas climes in Canada.

But it appears Sophie Monk had a particularly special Christmas surprise for boyfriend Stu Laundy.

Sophie Monk’s wrapped herself up this Christmas. Picture: Instagram
Sophie Monk’s wrapped herself up this Christmas. Picture: Instagram

Monk dressed up in Christmas wrapping paper in a fun video shared to her Instagram account.

She completed the festive outfit with a Santa hat, an oversized red bow and fairy lights, and topped off with a candy cane.

The photo was taken in front of a fireplace at the Silver Star Mountain Resort in Canada, where Monk and Laundy have been enjoying Christmas.

Sophie Monk’s pal Oscar Gordon announced the couple’s arrival on social media. Picture: Instagram
Sophie Monk’s pal Oscar Gordon announced the couple’s arrival on social media. Picture: Instagram

Monk captioned the pic, "When you go too far on a Christmas outfit.

"Dressed by: Wrapping Paper, Bows & Shoes by: $2 Shop, Styled by: @oscargordon."

Monk's BFF Oscar Gordon is living and working at Silver Star over the holidays.

Gordon announced the couple's arrival on his Instagram Story.

Sophie Monk’s BFF Oscar Gordon is living and working at the Canadian resort where the couple are holidaying. Picture: Instagram
Sophie Monk’s BFF Oscar Gordon is living and working at the Canadian resort where the couple are holidaying. Picture: Instagram

"They're here!" he captioned the video of the couple.

The couple's overseas trip follows months of split rumours - which they have both denied.



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