Phoebe Burgess made a fashionable dash to the supermarket on Sunday, amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The former WAG ducked to the shops to grab some essentials, wearing $1,105 Dior slides and carrying a $3,590 Loewe tan bag.
The mother-of-two shared a picture of her outfit on Instagram with fans, before encouraging people to stay home to help stop the spread of the deadly virus.
Heading out in style: Phoebe Burgess made a fashionable dash to the supermarket on Sunday amid coronavirus, wearing $4,700 worth of designer accessories… after her mother broke her silence on her split
‘Out for supplies. Otherwise stay at home,’ Phoebe captioned the image.
The former journalist wore white jeans and a flowing white linen shirt.
It comes after her mother, Sarah Hooke, broke her silence on Phoebe’s messy split with former NRL star, Sam Burgess, 31.
Doing the right thing: The mother-of-two shared a picture of her outfit on Instagram with fans, before encouraging people to stay home to help stop the spread of the deadly virus
Family: It comes after her mother, Sarah Hooke (pictured), broke her silence on Phoebe’s messy split with former NRL star, Sam Burgess, 31
Posting on Instagram last week, Sarah shared an impassioned post about Phoebe enduring a ‘difficult’ couple of years.
‘It’s no secret life for my little girl had been incredibly difficult over the past few years and in our family when one hurts we all hurt,’ she wrote.
Ending her post on a positive note, Sarah added: ‘So lovely to see you rising about and moving forward.’
Phoebe and Sam split in October last year, after four years of marriage.
Over: Phoebe and Sam (pictured) split in October last year, after four years of marriage
They had initially separated in December 2018 – shortly after the birth of their son Billy, but reconciled in April.
Speaking to Stellar magazine earlier this month, Phoebe spoke about how the split had affected herself and her two children: Poppy, three, and Billy, one.
‘I had an idea about how I wanted them to grow up and that’s not going to happen now,’ she told the publication, tearfully.
‘But I’m adjusting and embracing being their mum every day. And if that’s being a single mum, I’ll embrace that as well.’
The blonde added that she has ‘a lot more resilience’ than she realised and added that hopefully, ‘it will get easier as time goes on.’
In Australia as of Sunday evening, there are 1,354 confirmed cases of coronavirus and seven deaths.
Update: As of Sunday, March 22, there were 1,354 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Australia. The virus has resulted in seven deaths