Nothing to declare! Schapelle Corby completes the 10 km charity walk from Bridge to Brisbane … but shows no signs of a baby hump despite pregnancy rumors
It is said that she is expecting her first child.
But on Sunday, Schapelle Corby showed no sign of a baby lump while participating in the 10 km charity walk from Bridge to Brisbane.
The 42-year-old convicted drug dealer, who spent nearly a decade behind bars in Bali, seemed to be in a good mood when she was posing for photos with friends.
Nothing to declare! Schapelle Corby took part in the 10km Bridge to Brisbane charity walk on Sunday. Depicted with a male friend
Schapelle rocked an entirely black ensemble for charity.
She opted for an ironic band T-shirt with the Nirvana logo and an image of the Hanson pop group from the 90s, in addition to leggings and sneakers.
In a photo shared on Instagram, Schapelle put her arm around a male friend while standing discreetly on her toes.
Looking for a good course: Schapelle, 42, (photo) chose a black belt T-shirt with the text Nirvana, but had pop-90 & # 39; s pop band Hanson, leggings and a few trainers
Schapelle was noticed by various other joggers during the race and happily posed for different selfies.
The former beauty student completed the run in one hour and 47 minutes and seems to have walked most of the way.
Schapelle participated in the event to raise money for Suicide Prevention Australia.
Play cool: one athlete even suggests a selfie while jogging past the former prisoner. He wrote: & # 39; It was actually Schapelle, check her Instagram @ schapelle.corby, & # 39; but she played it cool, blinking with a peace sign for the lucky photo
She recently told her Instagram followers: & This year my charity is again close to my heart suicide prevention. If you want to support and donate. & # 39;
Earlier this month, Schapelle found herself at the center of pregnancy rumors after being shown shopping for baby supplies in a Kmart store in Brisbane.
She has a long-term relationship with Ben Panangian, an Indonesian surfer whom she first met in Kerobokan prison in 2006.
Charity: Schapelle revealed that she participated in the event to raise money for Suicide Prevention Australia and received a total of $ 249 in donations from her followers
Schapelle became a household name after she was arrested in October 2004 at Ngurah Rai airport in Bali with 4.1 kg of marijuana wrapped in plastic in her boogie board bag.
She was later sentenced to 20 years in prison, but after a series of sentence reductions was conditionally released in February 2014 after nine years behind bars.
In May 2017, she was sent back to Australia in the midst of a media frenzy.
Is it time to start a family? Earlier this month, Schapelle reported that she was engaged and pregnant after being photographed with a huge diamond ring on her wedding ring, while she was shopping for baby supplies like a Kmart store in Brisbane.
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