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Phoebe Burgess clutches a cherry flavored vape while waiting for a coffee

She’s become quite the glamorous fashion influencer in recent years following her split from NRL star Sam Burgess.

But Phoebe Burgess has embraced her wild side lately.

The mother-of-two was seen holding a $30 disposable cherry-pomegranate-flavoured vaporizer as she walked out for a coffee in chic Bellevue Hill, Sydney on Tuesday.

The mother of two, 33, held an IGET Bar Vape, which packs 3500 hits per device, under her iPhone.

IGET bar vapes are made in China and illegal in Australia if they contain nicotine.

Each device has a capacity for 7ml e-liquid with 50mg nicotine.

Dressing to impress for her coffee run, Phoebe wore a black longline coat that was stylishly draped over her shoulders.

Underneath she wore a white button-down shirt and gray wide-leg trousers.

The influencer completed her look with designer sunglasses and a pair of white brogues.

The screen of Phoebe’s iPhone showed the image of a woman’s TikTok page, although the identity of the user is unknown.

Daily Mail Australia has reached out to Phoebe’s rep for comment.

Vaping has become increasingly popular in recent years – particularly among young Australians – as it doesn’t carry the same stigma and price tag as cigarettes.

Experts say vaping can be particularly harmful to young people, as it damages DNA, promotes tumors and can cause a range of respiratory problems.

Mark Brooke, CEO of the Lung Foundation Australia, previously told Daily Mail Australia that it is extremely worrying that young people are accessing and smoking illegal e-cigarettes.

“We know that disposable nicotine e-cigarettes are harmful to general health and particularly harmful to respiratory health,” he said.

“Many nicotine e-cigarettes, such as puff bars, contain high levels of nicotine and other harmful chemicals to create flavors.”

It comes after Phoebe got her first tattoo at an event earlier this month.

The former WAG took part in the CAMILLA x Robbie Williams collaboration alongside MAFS star Cameron Merchant and Imogen Anthony.

Phoebe nervously sat down and prepared for her first tattoo, showing the artist the design she wanted over her phone – a dainty rose.

The single mom smiled as she rolled up her dress sleeve as the artist inspected the tiny piece.

He then drew the design onto her forearm with a red marker.

Phoebe didn’t seem too phased as the tattoo gun pierced her skin.

The process was over in minutes as the podcast host sat back to show off a small fine line tattoo of a rose.

Phoebe turned heads on the night in a chic gown in a $900 pale pink and black button-through Camilla dress.

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