And taking to Instagram to discuss the memorial plans, Justine said that their young son had found a beautiful way to celebrate his dad’s life.
She wrote: ‘A Memorial Service to celebrate the life of Justin Bull will be held at 3pm, Friday 15th February at Bronte Surf Club.
‘Juz’s favourite colours were purple and blue, Felix would love to see us all in these colours.’
Speaking of her late husband, she wrote: ‘You lit up the room with your smile and infectious energy. We treasure each moment we spent with you and miss you more than words can say ❤️’
James Packer’s former wife Jodhi Meares - a Bondi local who lives near Huxton’s - was one of the first to respond, vowing to honour Felix’s wish.
She wrote: ‘Thank you and as you wish darling Felix - such a beautiful colour combination. What a total privilege to be included in celebrating your incredibly wonderful Juzzy’s life. All love ❤️’
Added another friend: ‘The perfect colour combination to match his wonderful soul. Sending love to you and Felix ♥️’
'I believe you didn't intentionally leave us. But that in a clouded moment you just couldn't see a clear path through,' she said.
'I will do everything I can to make sure your memory stays alive with Lixy and he achieves and experiences all the things we talked so much about. As a team and family we had so many dreams.
'I'm just so sorry I couldn't help you feel better but I hope your mind is now at rest and you are at peace. And you continue to look over us and help guide us through life.'
She added: 'When Lixy was born your love was immediate and so fierce.
‘You were the most amazing and fun dad and Lixy idolized you. You were the best of mates, you are his hero.
'Felix says he will look up for you as a shooting star.'
MKR chef Colin Fassnidge also spoke out about the acclaimed chef’s death, saying that more had to be done to help troubled chefs.
‘I grew up in the Irish society of "You don't say anything, everything's okay, you're a strong man,”’ Colin told Seven’s The Morning Show.
'And it's taken me a lot of time to just express yourself to other men, and that's what we do to our younger chefs.
'Tell them it's okay to talk and it's okay to cry.'