She recently split from her Supercars driver boyfriend James Courtney after a whirlwind romance.
But former WAG Kyly Clarke isn’t letting it get her down.
On Tuesday, the 39-year-old appeared in good spirits as she enjoyed some bonding time with her five-year-old daughter Kelsey Lee, who she shares with her ex husband Michael Clarke.
The mother-of-one flaunted her trim physique and super toned torso as she treated her daughter to an ice-cream at Balmoral beach.
She cut a cute figure in a white broderie anglaise skirt and a blue and white stripped top, which was knotted at the waist to reveal her ripped stomach.
To complete the look, she accessorised with maroon slides, a visor and toted a large bag featuring palm trees.
The House Rules judge tied her long brunette locks into a bun and appeared to go makeup free as she shaded her eyes with sunglasses.
Meanwhile, Kelsey Lee looked adorable in pale pink leggings and a grey T-shirt featuring Minnie Mouse.
She paired the look with a pink cap and thongs as she happily gobbled up her ice-cream.
The pair were joined by another woman, who appears to be Kyly’s mother, Yvanne Boldy.
She cut a casual figure in denim shorts and a green and white striped top, which she paired with a sun hat and sunglasses.
Kelsey appeared to be having a great time at the beach as the two women swung her in the air.
The outing comes following her recent split from her beau James after a brief romance.
Kyly ended things with the race car driver, 40, in December, just weeks after going public with their romance.
The break-up was reportedly caused by the pair being unable to make a long-distance arrangement work, with Kyly based in Sydney and James living in Queensland.
They had previously dated two decades ago as teenagers, before rekindling their spark last year following Kyly’s split from her ex-husband, Michael Clarke.
It appears that Wilmer Valderrama and Amanda Pacheco are taking it easy in the months before welcoming a child.
On Sunday, the engaged couple was spotted running errands together at a department store just north of Los Angeles.
This marks the first time that the couple has been seen in public since announcing that they would be expecting a baby girl sometime this year.
The 40-year-old actor was seen dressed in a white t-shirt underneath a blue jean jacket that had his initials embroidered above his left breast.
He also wore a pair of dark joggers that had been tucked into a pair of grey socks; a pair of multi-patterned athletic shoes could also be seen on his feet.
The That '70s Show actor accessorized with a gold necklace and a black baseball cap.
His 30-year-old fiancee was pictured in a pair of black overalls and a stylish printed jacket; she also wore a pair of checkered Vans Old Skools and carried a handbag with her for much of the excursion.
Pacheco allowed her gorgeous blonde hair to hang down onto her shoulders for most of the shopping trip and eventually tied it back into a ponytail.
The expecting parents both wore matching black face masks in order to keep themselves protected from any potential exposure to COVID-19.
The couple initially announced that they were expecting a child through a video that they had shared to their respective Instagram accounts on Thursday.
During the celebration, the two revealed that they would be welcoming a baby girl in the coming months; a projected date for the child's arrival was not given.
In the past, the pair have used their social media outlets to make major announcements about their life events, including their engagement, which occurred on New Year's Day of last year.
Valderrama had previously been in relationships with actresses Lindsay Lohan and Demi Lovato, as well as singers Ashlee Simpson and Mandy Moore.
In recent years, the actor has been busy filming the highly popular police procedural series NCIS.
He joined the show's cast in 2016 and has been a series regular ever since, portraying undercover agent Nick Torres.
The series is currently broadcasting its 18th consecutive season on CBS.
Love Island stars who have jetted to Dubai amid the coronavirus pandemic have reportedly lost thousands of Instagram fans.
Dozens of reality TV personalities have swapped the UK's third lockdown for some sun in the UAE, sharing regular updates from their lavish 'work trips' to social media.
It is now thought fed-up Brits have hit back by unfollowing the stars accounts with Anton Danyluk, 25, and Laura Anderson, 31, dropping a combined 26,000, reports The Sun.
Anton, who is thought to have lost 14,000 followers, shared that he was heading to Dubai on December 10 and has since posted glimpses of his impressive hotel views and dips in the pool with his 1m fans.
While Laura Anderson, who has reportedly dropped a sizeable 12,000 followers, sparked a backlash when she said it was 'really hard' to be an influencer following unimpressed comments on her Dubai snaps.
The beauty, who used to live in Dubai, has been in the reality star-flooded city since before New Year's and asked her 1.4m fans not to comment on posts 'if they don't have anything nice to say'.
Others thought to have taken a hit in the Instagram numbers include Kaz Crossley, 27, who has reportedly lost 7,000 followers since touching down in the city.
While Gabby Allen is thought to have lost 2,000 and Josh Ritchie 8,000. TOWIE star James Lock, who is in Dubai with his girlfriend Yazmin Oukhellou is also said to have seen 1,000 people disappear from his followers.
As well as Love Island alum, Made In Chelsea's Spencer Matthews reportedly lost 4,000 fans after his trip to Barbados with wife Vouge Williams, who is thought to have seen 1,500 leave her own account.
MailOnline has contacted the reality star's representatives for a comment.
Over recent weeks, reality stars have seen a growing furore from the public as their Dubai trips as Brits back at home are in a nationwide lockdown.
Many have travelled abroad under the ruse that their trips are 'for work,' sparking backlash from fans who have been holed up in lockdown amid the pandemic.
Olivia Attwood, who found fame on Love Island, had suggested that unimpressed fans unfollow the stars abroad after she lashed out at them last week.
The beauty told people to stop trolling influencers following her own rant, instead suggesting they take a less vocal approach and simply unfollow the stars.
As such, she revealed in an interview with Grazia that the way to fight back is not to plaster stars' posts with negative comments, as it still counts as interaction.
She explained: 'The way to hurt people is silence because actually, when you are commenting on someone's photo, even if it's a bad negative comment, you're still drumming up interaction on that post.
''[I}f you're going to send out to a brand that 5000 people have unfollowed you this week, it doesn't look good, does it? So yeah, it makes a big difference.'
Fellow Love Islander Laura Anderson, who is currently in Dubai, recently attracted a mixed reaction when she offered to give fans a behind-the-scenes glimpse at her working day, so they could see how 'hard' it is to be an influencer.
Without naming names, Olivia branded the idea that such a conversation would be raised now is 'unbelievably tone-deaf', particularly 'when your hard day is creating content that might get nasty comments and someone else's hard day is a 12 hour shift, zipping up body bags at the end of it'.
On Tuesday, Olivia took to her Instagram Stories from her Manchester home to criticise her reality star and influencer pals, who remain in Dubai, for claiming they are 'working abroad' amid the coronavirus crisis.
Addressing the furore over her comments on Wednesday, Olivia insisted that she doesn't want to encourage any 'hurtful behaviour' and told any of her angry followers to instead 'unfollow' people.
Filming a make-up tutorial, the former TOWIE star said: 'What I will quickly say is that after yesterday's rantings, my phone, I mean it literally nearly blew up in my hand.
'So I think... even though I was rambling, I think what I said is probably what a lot of people are thinking or feeling. Well, that's what people have said to me anyway. But I've said it now.
'One thing I will say today, I don't want to encourage any hateful behaviour. Don't write strangers on the Internet mean messages.
'Yes, they might do something that annoys you. Yes, they might be looking stupid but ultimately that's going to be their own downfall.
'So you don't need to write them a hurtful message, just unfollow, don't look. Everyone is fighting something we don't know about.'
Olivia added that she is following her own advice as she is going to unfollow and mute any influencers annoying her. She didn't name any specific accounts.
Olivia's video came as it was revealed that travellers returning to the UK from the UAE will have to quarantine following a 52 per cent surge in the number of COVID -19 cases there - an undoubted shock for the influencer-packed city.
Принятые в июле поправки в законодательство, которые предусматривают запрет продавать кальяны, вейпы и никотиносодержащие товары через интернет, вступили в силу в четверг, 28 января. Изменения были внесены в закон «Об основных гарантиях прав ребенка в России».
Соответствующий законопроект внесла группа депутатов Госдумы и сенаторов еще в марте 2017 года. В пояснительной записке говорилось, что его разработка «обусловлена ростом популярности использования электронных курительных изделий и кальянов среди детей и молодежи».
В итоге в законодательство внесли понятие «электронное курительное изделие», куда внесли устройства, которые генерируют пар или дым путем нагревания жидкости или табака. Такие устройства и кальяны приравняли к табачной продукции, и теперь на них будут распространяться аналогичные ограничения.
Кальяны и вейпы теперь нельзя будет использовать в общественных местах. Кроме того, документ устанавливает дополнительные требования к демонстрации таких товаров в аудиовизуальных произведениях, предназначенных для детей и взрослых, в соответствии с законом «Об охране здоровья граждан от воздействия окружающего табачного дыма и последствий потребления табака» (№15 ФЗ), их также нельзя будет продавать в интернете, рекламировать эту продукцию.
Параллельно с этим в июле прошлого года президент Владимир Путин подписал закон, которым повысил штрафы за продажу табачных изделий несовершеннолетним. Максимальный штраф, согласно новым нормам, составит 300 тыс. руб. Эта мера касается в том числе снюса (сосательного табака) и насвая.