Timeless singer Tina Arena, 53, goes makeup free on Melbourne Street

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She is the beloved Australian singer who topped the charts in the 80s and 90s.

And Melbourne chanteuse Tina Arena, 53, looked absolutely timeless as she went makeup free shopping in Melbourne this week.

Tina, whose hits include iconic songs Chains and Sorrento Moon, was spotted visiting a home in Richmond.

Radiant: Melbourne chanteuse Tina Arena, 53, looked positively timeless when she did makeup free shopping in Melbourne this week

Radiant: Melbourne chanteuse Tina Arena, 53, looked positively timeless when she did makeup free shopping in Melbourne this week

She wore her short, wavy locks in a stylish understated way, allowing them to gently frame her face.

She kept her look casual by wearing white jeans that she paired with a loose-fitting white T-shirt and sneakers.

Casual: She kept her look casual by wearing white jeans paired with a loose-fitting white T-shirt and sneakers

Casual: She kept her look casual by wearing white jeans paired with a loose-fitting white T-shirt and sneakers

Casual: She kept her look casual by wearing white jeans paired with a loose-fitting white T-shirt and sneakers

Tina is currently believed to be renovating a house in the area, along with the help of ‘Frenchitecture’ architectural designers.

The singer has been in a relationship with her partner Vincent Mancini since the year 2000, and the couple share teenage son Gabriel.

She told the Daily Mail this week that their relationship was ‘no one’s business’ after speculation that the couple had split up.

Project: Tina is believed to be currently renovating a house in the area, together with the help of architectural designers 'Frenchitecture'

Project: Tina is believed to be currently renovating a house in the area, together with the help of architectural designers 'Frenchitecture'

Project: Tina is believed to be currently renovating a house in the area, together with the help of architectural designers ‘Frenchitecture’

‘I am a very private person. My private life is my private life, ”she said.

She went on to talk about the pitfalls of celebrities.

‘I’m not a celebrity. I am celebrated. I am a chanteuse and that’s it. ‘

Tina’s relationship with Vincent came under scrutiny in January after she launched her own Toorak house.

The singer, who rose to fame in the 1970s on the television program Young Talent Time, told Daily Mail Australia at the time that their relationship was ‘fine’.

“I’m not going to throw a word in your mouth – this has never happened to me,” she said from her Toorak house.

Tina, who had previously lived in France for years, had put her Toorak mansion up for sale with a $ 7 million price list, sparking wild speculation that the couple had split up.

‘I have nothing to say and I’m fine. Everyone is fine, ”she said.

Hours earlier, Tina’s manager denied rumors that the star was planning to move to France.

Sit Down: Tina was disgusted by the rumors that she was planning to move to France permanently after putting her childhood home up for sale in November.  Pictured with her partner, Vincent Mancini, in Paris in 2016

Sit Down: Tina was disgusted by the rumors that she was planning to move to France permanently after putting her childhood home up for sale in November.  Pictured with her partner, Vincent Mancini, in Paris in 2016

Sit Down: Tina was disgusted by the rumors that she was planning to move to France permanently after putting her childhood home up for sale in November. Pictured with her partner, Vincent Mancini, in Paris in 2016

Titus Day told Daily Mail Australia that she had decided to take her Melbourne off the market and not sell it.

At the time, RT Edgar broker Jeremy Fox said that Tina was ‘planning to go back to France’ with her family after the sale.

But Titus denied this, saying there was “absolutely no truth in relocation rumors.”

Not for Sale: Her manager, Titus Day, told Daily Mail Australia in January that Arena had decided to take its property in Toorak off the market.  Pictured: The backyard of her home

Not for Sale: Her manager, Titus Day, told Daily Mail Australia in January that Arena had decided to take its property in Toorak off the market.  Pictured: The backyard of her home

Not for Sale: Her manager, Titus Day, told Daily Mail Australia in January that Arena had decided to take its property in Toorak off the market. Pictured: The backyard of her home

He added: ‘Tina will keep her property as well as her home in Melbourne, France, living between the two countries.

“She plans to live between the two as she always has (with Covid, of course).”

It comes after the musician reflected on her ‘annus horribilis’ (Latin for ‘terrible year’) in a post shared on Instagram in December.

Goodbye, 2020: it comes after the musician reflected on her 'annus horribilis' (Latin for 'terrible year') in a post shared on Instagram last month (photo)

Goodbye, 2020: it comes after the musician reflected on her 'annus horribilis' (Latin for 'terrible year') in a post shared on Instagram last month (photo)

Goodbye, 2020: it comes after the musician reflected on her ‘annus horribilis’ (Latin for ‘terrible year’) in a post shared on Instagram last month (photo)

She wrote: ‘Well what a year! One of the most will talk about it for many years to come.

While there would be so many things to complain about … it’s safe to say the end of this annus horribilis couldn’t come soon enough!

“I am grateful to my family for all their love and support. A special shout out to my friends… those of you know who you are… my love and deep respect for all that you do and are does not go unnoticed. ‘

Reflection: Tina said the New Year couldn't come soon enough after a terrible 2020

Reflection: Tina said the New Year couldn't come soon enough after a terrible 2020

Reflection: Tina said the New Year couldn’t come soon enough after a terrible 2020