Nepo Baby Christian Wilkins Attends Super Bowl Party in US After Promising as an Actor in Los Angeles

By Monique Friedlander for Daily Mail Australia

04:25 12 February 2024, Updated 04:36 12 February 2024

She previously adopted an American accent five months after moving to LA to pursue an acting career.

Australian socialite Christian Wilkins, 28, re-immersed herself in the American lifestyle as she attended a Super Bowl viewing party in Los Angeles on Sunday.

The 28-year-old documented the milestone experience by sharing an Instagram photo of herself posing in a bathroom mirror during the event.

Staring at the camera, the long-haired reality star wore a T-shirt emblazoned with a photo of Beyoncé, paired with a Paco Rabanne baseball cap.

In front of him sat a cup of red beer.

Australian socialite Kristian Wilkins, 28, immersed herself in the American way of life when she attended a Super Bowl viewing party on Sunday. She shared this mirror selfie during the event with the caption: 'I'm at the Super Bowl party for the Beyonce promo.'

'I'm at the Super Bowl party for the Beyonce ad,' Christian captioned, referring to Beyonce's ad for US internet service provider Verizon.

Moments later, Christian shared a photo of the food served at the shindig, which included a bowl of pretzels, chicken wings and nachos.

Christian is the son of entertainment reporter Richard Wilkins. Moved to Tinseltown in April 2023 to act and deliver roles.

Christian shared a photo of the food served at the shindig, which included a bowl of pretzels, chicken wings and nachos.
Christian, the son of entertainment reporter Richard Wilkins, moved to Tinseltown in April 2023 to find acting and presenting roles. However, his dreams were thwarted by the SAG-AFRTA strike that brought Hollywood to a standstill.

However, his dreams were thwarted by the SAG-AFRTA strike that brought Hollywood to a standstill.

This came as a huge disappointment to Christian, whose relationship with his father helped lead to a modeling and reality TV career back home.

Christian joined the strike, joining Australian actor Luke Cook in a protest outside Netflix headquarters.

talking with Daily Telegraph During the demonstration, Christian said: 'It certainly wouldn't have been my preferred example to go here, but it's amazing to be here and see how the community has come together.'

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In September, Christian made headlines after an awkward debut American accent on a local newscast while volunteering at a food bank to help struggling SAG-AFTRA members.

In September, Christian made headlines after introducing a strange American accent to a local newscast while volunteering at a food bank to help struggling SAG-AFTRA members.

'I'm Australian. I moved here a week before this strike happened,” the model told reporters with an American twang.

„Not the best of times, but it's amazing to see how the community has really rallied around each other,” he added.

While it's unclear if Christian is a member of SAG-AFTRA, he was more than happy to speak to reporters at the scene, as he has no prior acting credits.

Also Read: Christian Wilkins Says He Won't Give Up On His Acting Aspirations After Writers' Strike Ruined His Hollywood Dreams

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