Tony Abbott’s daughter Frances has undergone a dramatic transformation after shaving off her blonde hair.
Frances was widely praised for her “empowering” decision to lose her signature locks as she shared a close-up photo of her new look on Instagram.
The black and white snap shows her laughing into the camera, appearing more than happy with the results of the hair cut, and she simply captioned it: “Buzzed.”
Congratulating her on the brave decision, one fan commented: “Hmm you look empowered,” while another added: “Beautiful woman.”
Another wrote: “Woweee it suits you so much,” and one more added: “Yay my darling! You look absolutely beautiful I love you.”
It comes just months after she secretly married her partner Sam Loch on Valentine’s Day. Frances announced the news by sharing some intimate photos from their big day.
She stunned in a tight-fitting, strapless white dress, in a move away from a more traditional bridal gown. She added leopard-print sandals to ensure she stood out, and wore her blonder hair loose over her shoulders. Adding huge silver earrings, she managed to make the unique look elegant and stylish.
Meanwhile, her new husband chose a more casual look in an open-neck white shirt and smart trousers. Taking to social media to announce the news, Loch shared a photo of them on the steps outside, pointing to the camera and laughing. He captioned it: “The celebratory component isn’t for a couple of months, but we made it official in the eyes of the law today. We’re the motherf***ing Mighty Morphin Power Rangers of love.”
Frances shared her own snap, as they enjoyed their first dance and shared a kiss together in front of the camera. She wrote: “YOU [hearts] Happy Valentine’s Day @samloch Always and forever #locheddown #youmaynowkissthebride #f***yes.”
Frances first announced she had got engaged in November last year, after just two weeks of dating Loch. Taking to Instagram at the time, she posted a shot of several strips from a photo booth that showed her and Olympic rower Loch in various poses, cuddling and kissing for the camera.
“HEY FEYONCÉ,” she captioned the image, with a nod to singer Beyoncé. “Two weeks was all it took to know that forever with you was a mighty fine idea.”