On Saturday, New South Wales Prime Minister Gladys Berejiklian let her hair down when she attended Hamilton’s premiere in Sydney.
The 50-year-old caught the eye at the Lyric Theater in Sydney in an edgy outfit consisting of a short jacket and purple velvet skirt.
As an accessory she wore a black bag and a pair of slippers on her feet with bows on them.
An evening off! On Saturday, New South Wales Prime Minister Gladys Berejiklian let her hair down when she attended Hamilton’s Sydney premiere in Sydney.
She opted for a peach makeup palette with a coral lipstick and bright blush, sporting her hair in a retro wavy bob.
The politician smiled as she stood in front of the red carpet at the glamorous event, along with Hamilton’s producer Michael Cassel and a friend.
In a video posted to her Instagram Stories, Gladys can be seen telling a reporter, ‘I’m so excited for Sydney and Australia.
All smiles! The politician smiled as she walked to the red carpet at the glamorous event
Michael Cassel has done a great job. I am so proud of him and what we were able to do during COVID, it will be a great production. ‘
Gladys’ former colleague Julie Bishop, 64, attended the event with her handsome partner David Panton, with the one-time politician turning heads in a tailored orange sequined dress.
She showed off her fancy pins in the short dress, added a pair of statement earrings and carried a glittery silver purse.
Fun Times: Gladys smiled when she saw the red carpet at the glamorous event, along with Hamilton’s producer Michael Cassel and a friend
Julie had pulled her blond hair down and opted for a muted makeup palette, while David looked smart in a black jacket, white shirt, and jeans.
Gladys recently talked about her personal struggles through the Covid and wildfire crises, revealing how she truly felt loved after being scrutinized about her relationship with ‘dodgy’ Daryl Maguire.
In a recent interview with former Liberal Minister Christopher Pyne on his ‘Pyne Time’ podcast, the NSW Prime Minister revealed that she followed a simple credo to get through what Pyne described as a horror year.
She told Pyne that Covid’s outbreak early last year was “ pretty scary. ” But she lived by a simple credo of getting on with life by “putting one foot in front of the other” and working through the dark times to reach better days.
Gladys and a friend pictured on the red carpet at the Sydney Hamilton premiere
“You don’t realize how strong you are …” Even with the wildfires and the pandemic and the personal problems I’ve had.
“I never thought I could do the things I had to do, but you find that inner strength and that resilience,” she said.
In the interview, Pyne suggested that the public was sympathetic to Ms Berejiklian when she stood before the Independent Commission Against Corruption late last year, because the public had come to know her so well during the previous crises.
Ms. Berejiklian agreed, claiming that she felt more ‘loved’ after facing the ICAC after revelations that she had had a ‘close personal relationship’ with the con artist.
Wow! The Prime Minister of New South Wales wore a black bag and added a pair of heels with bow tie details. In the photo Gladys (center), Michael Cassel (left) and a friend (right)
“I know this doesn’t make sense, but I felt really loved after the event than before the event,” she said.
‘I felt very happy, but I also felt the fires and Covid gave people a chance because they normally only see ten seconds of you.
‘It gave people a chance to know who I am, which is very difficult in public life because it can be easily painted in a box or corner, it’s an easy way to define people like us.
‘Cause I was dealing with those things we weren’t expecting, and whether people liked me or not, I hope they feel like they know me and that’s why I got that support that I have been overwhelmed by . ‘
The prime minister said she told herself not to worry about what commentators, journalists and opponents would say about her decisions – just ‘do the right thing to do’.
The wildfires taught me that too … even if the news you give isn’t good, you have to arm people with the information and tell them why you’re asking them to do something. And that inspires confidence. ‘
Orange crush: Julie Bishop, 64, attended the event with her hunky partner David Panton, with the former politician turning heads in a tailored orange sequined dress. Both pictured