Jessica Marais puts on tights and a hoodie as she walks home from an early morning yoga session
Actress Jessica Marais has experienced very public highs and lows in her personal life in recent years.
But the 35-year-old kept it casually cool in tights and a black hoodie after an early morning yoga class in Coogee.
Jessica, who rose to fame in the television drama Packed To The Rafters, looked fresh and makeup-free after the workout class.
Keeping Fit: Troubled actress Jessica Marais went casual cool in tights and a hoodie while walking home from an early morning yoga session in Coogee on Sunday
The South African-born actress wore a blanket, ugg boots and a pink backpack over her shoulders.
The Love Child star also carried a water bottle in her hand to make sure she stayed hydrated.
Lately, Jess has been spotted on a number of public outings near her home in Sydney’s eastern suburbs.
Up and at em ‘: Jessica, who rose to fame on TV drama Packed To The Rafters, looked fresh and makeup-free after training class
Jessica was concerned last year after being hospitalized in an ’emergency condition’.
On the afternoon of May 2, 2020, the Wrong Girl actress was walked from her home in Sydney to an ambulance, where she was put on a stretcher and taken to Prince of Wales Hospital in Randwick.
A witness told Daily Mail Australia that she was wearing no shoes, that her hair was a ‘messy mess’ and that she was in a ‘visibly distressed state’.
Busy: The South African-born actress wore a blanket, ugg boots, and carried a pink backpack over her shoulders. She went barefoot for the outing
Fidgety: Jessica raised concern last year after being admitted to an “ ailing condition. ”
Fortunately, she seemed happy and healthy a few weeks later when she spent time with her Packed to the Rafters co-star Hugh Sheridan.
In 2014, Jessica had discussed the diagnosis of bipolar disorder.
‘I was diagnosed with bipolar at one point. I’ve developed ways to talk myself down from all the ledges I’m on, ‘she told The Australian Women’s Weekly.
‘There is probably one day in the month when I am an absolute mess. In my case, it is difficult to separate what is the result of trauma or stress and what is the result of a simple chemical imbalance. ‘
Diagnosis: ‘There is probably one day in the month when I am an absolute mess. In my case, it is difficult to separate what is the result of trauma or stress and what is the result of a simple chemical imbalance. she told The Australian Women’s Weekly in 2014