Kerri-Anne Kennerley shows off fabulous dress at the Opera House

She really is proof that style is ageless! Kerri-Anne is glowing as she poses with her husband, John.
The TV host looked lovely in white.

Beloved television host Kerri-Anne Kennerley has stolen the show at an Australia Day event in Sydney overnight.

She finally made her return to live TV, hosting the event on the steps of the Opera House, and she certainly looked happy to be back.

Also in attendance was her husband John, who was all smiles as the pair took in the views at Sydney harbour with the rest of the crowd.

Kerri-Anne, 63, looked stunning in a shoulder-baring white dress with a gorgeous silver broach in the middle.

It’s just one of the amazing dresses she has been sporting lately, proving to everyone that style and 60 are a perfect match!

She uploaded a photo of her and John to social media, saying: “#australiadaylive with my one and only. Thank you for being by my side always. I hope everyone is tuning into channel 10 for this fabulous event.”

There’s hope John will continue to recover this year after suffering a tragic accident last year while the couple were playing golf.

John stumbled and fell on the course, severely damaging his spinal cord, leaving him paralysed through much of his body.

After being in an induced coma for weeks and spending months in hospital, he was finally allowed home for Christmas and it looks like the pair celebrated his homecoming with style!

Kerri-Anne has been keeping fans updated on his progress over the months and shared some very special photos of the smiling couple on social media.

She has said she’s still holding out hope that John will keep improving and eventually gain his mobility again.

Are you a fan of Kerri-Anne? Do you think she is a good role model for baby boomers?

  1. Heather  

    I know i will sound mean, but she annoys the crap out of me for what ever reason.

    • Chris  

      Couldn’t agree with you more Heather, to me she is very false.

    • Maybe you annoy the crap out of others. Resentment is not a nice thing to have.

  2. Carole c  

    I think she is a great role model for strength and hope xx

  3. Margaret  

    A strong woman, not many like her.

  4. Donna Newby  

    I have known Kerri-Anne since we were 14 as we were in the same class together all thru high school. Lovely lady and would not wish what her and her are going thru on anyone.

  5. I think she is fabulous. Only met her briefly once but she was very down to earth and friendly. She is the life of the party sort of girl and a very stylish one to boot.

  6. Irene Weston  

    You are a lady through and through

  7. Marion Armstrong  

    One in a million, good luck Kerri Anne.

  8. bob loxley  


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