It has been a tough couple of months for Kerri-Anne Kennerley following the death of her beloved partner but the television personality appeared to be in better spirits this week as she flashed a beautiful smile for cameras at an event in Sydney.
The Studio 10 host was absolutely glowing at The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills party in a colourful off-the-shoulder frock, grinning from ear-to-ear while posing for photos.
Kerri-Anne, 65, certainly stood out from the crowd in the knee-length dress which she paired perfectly with bright orange ankle boots and some chunky jewellery. The TV personality chose to keep her hair down and straight for the event at Ivy Penthouse, while she completed the look with a bright pink lip and a touch of blush.
Kerri-Anne was joined by a range of stars including Studio 10 co-host Angela Bishop who wowed in a gorgeous black dress. The 51-year-old looked fabulous in the figure-hugging frock, which featured a plunging neckline and frill sleeves.
Angela chose to keep her makeup and jewellery to a minimum, opting for a pair of simple black heels, and a few silver rings. She wore her beautiful blonde locks in soft waves and finished with pink lipstick and a swipe of blush.
While Kerri-Anne appeared quite happy to be back in the spotlight, the TV host admitted this week she is still struggling to come to terms with the death of her husband John.
Speaking to The Daily Mail on Wednesday, she explained the heartbreak experienced at not having him by her side any more.
“I miss him terribly… we pretty much travelled together 90 per cent of the time,” she told the publication.
“I know what I’ve got to deal with… there’s enormous sadness but you have to move forward.”
John passed away aged 78 on February 27. The last three years of his life he was wheelchair-bound after he sustained spinal cord damage following a freak fall in 2016, when he slipped off a balcony at a golf course in Coffs Harbour.
He was placed into an induced coma and taken to Sydney where he had emergency surgery on his spine, but the incident left him paralysed and he had to relearn how to speak.