Wow, Kerry-Anne Kennerley has definitely upped her game when it comes to fashion. Arriving at the AACTA Awards, Kerri-Anne donned an electric blue gown with lace trims around the waist, bust, neck and skirt tiers. She chose a blue-gold combination and pulled it off with perfection. Look at those toned arms! She kept her hair down and her makeup was bronzy with natural palette giving her s healthy glow.
It’s wonderful to see Kerri-Anne look so happy. It’s been a tough year for Kerri-Anne Kennerley and her husband John after he suffered a horrific freak accident in March that left him paralysed.
Now though, the couple finally have some good news just in time for Christmas with Kerri-Anne revealing he has at last been allowed to come home.
John has been confined to the hospital since the accident, unable to walk and barely moving.
Kerri-Anne wore a delicate necklace with a small pendant which appears to be a love heart. Her dress featured lace trims, allowing some skin to peek through. Kerri-Anne complemented her glowing skin with gold accessories – a chainlink watch, a bangle, and envelope clutch.
The ordeal has understandably taken a toll on them both, but Kerri-Anne says they have remained each others pillars of strength throughout the trying time.
“Johns home 🏡 This is the day I’ve hoping and waiting waiting for since March 6th Thank you to each and everyone one of you. Forever thankful 💕” she wrote.
Only a couple of weeks ago, Kerri-Anne and John appeared on Sunday Night where she said she was struggling to deal with John’s diagnosis.
“I had this new life to be quite frank. I just hate it. It’s awful,” she said.
It was the first time John had spoken publicly about the accident, saying it had just been a normal day.
“We were just sitting on the verandah talking to a couple of women there and they as ‘Can we get a photo?’,” Kerri-Anne said.
When John went to step out of the photograph he lost his balance and fell backwards.
While it wasn’t a particularly big fall, John says “I spearheaded off the top of it… I just landed on my head and neck. There was a crack.”
The fall caused a broken neck and severely damaged his spinal cord. John was placed into an induced coma and taken to Sydney where he had emergency surgery on his spine.