Kerri-Anne made sure all eyes were on her at the fashion launch. Source: Getty
She may be 64 years old but age isn’t something that is stopping Australian sweat heart Kerri-Anne Kennerley from having a good time.
The popular TV presenter was out and about in Sydney last night where she was a very special guest at the launch of the Longines boutique. Being a luxury store, Kerri-Anne knew she needed to up her game with her style.
Her exquisite choice of frock certainly ensured that all attention was here. For the outing, the former Good Morning Australia host opted for a blue number that may be her best red carpet outfit to date.
The spectacular dress ensured that the iconic TV personality could show off plenty of skin, but still look classy in the process. The sleeveless number featured a daring plunging neckline and was see-through in parts. It also included a stunning floral pattern.
Kerr-Anne matched her dress with several items of jewlery. She opted for a chunky watch on her hand, eye-catching bracelets, a beautiful broach and an incredible necklace.
She decided to wear her luscious blonde locks down for the event, but she continued to look as stylish as ever. She topped off her look with minimal makeup, but was easily one of the best dressed celebrities on the carpet.
Her latest public appearance comes just months after she revealed she needed to call a fire brigade to help her husband, John. As you’ll recall, John became a quadriplegic in 2016 following a tragic accident that nearly claimed his life. Although she’s still a busy media personality, Kerri-Anne remains her husband’s full-time carer.
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“We were almost not going because she has four steps which means you need a six metre ramp for John’s chair,” she explained to Nine Honey. “Then I thought, we have Woollahra fire station literally behind us so yesterday I went to visit them, and they could not have been more fabulous.” The team ended up assisting John up and down the stairs and suggested that they were always on call if he needed any help.