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Natalie Imbruglia, 46, displays her natural beauty as she steps out in Sydney

Australian singer Natalie Imbruglia showed off her natural beauty without makeup while running errands in Sydney on Friday.

The age-defying musician, 46, looked absolutely stunning in a blue tie-dye Summer dress as she picked up some last minute groceries.

The London-based beauty teamed the look with a Loewe cross-body bag worth $900 and a series of bohemian bangles on her right arm.

Stunning! Australian singer Natalie Imbruglia, 46, (pictured) showed off her natural beauty without makeup while running errands in Sydney on Friday

The barefaced beauty carried several plastic bags and took safety precautions by wearing a face mask while leaving a fresh food store.

She styled her hair in a casual beach wave, which gently cascaded down her shoulders.

Natalie accessorised with a number of edgy necklaces around her neck, which were complimented by a pair of sparkling stud earrings. 

Natural beauty: The age-defying musician looked absolutely stunning in a blue tie-dye Summer dress as she picked up some last minute groceries

Natural beauty: The age-defying musician looked absolutely stunning in a blue tie-dye Summer dress as she picked up some last minute groceries

Stylish: The London-based beauty teamed the look with a woven cross-body bag and a series of bohemian bangles on her right arm.

Stylish: The London-based beauty teamed the look with a woven cross-body bag and a series of bohemian bangles on her right arm. 

The Torn singer has always been known for her youthful visage, and in 2014 revealed the secret behind her amazing complexion.

‘Sleep is probably the best thing,’ she told Daily Mail Australia at the time.

‘I go on lots of little detox holidays and do take care of myself, and then I eat what I want and have a drink, so I just enjoy life,’ she added, 

Safety first! The brunette beauty carried several plastic bags and took safety precautions by wearing a face mask while leaving a fresh food store

Safety first! The brunette beauty carried several plastic bags and took safety precautions by wearing a face mask while leaving a fresh food store

Glowing: Natalie went barefaced for the occasion and sported a sun-kissed glow

Glowing: Natalie went barefaced for the occasion and sported a sun-kissed glow  

The former X Factor judge also thanked her parents for her fantastic complexion.

‘It all down to genes. My dad’s Italian, my mum’s gorgeous, I think a lot of it’s that. I mean I do take care of myself, not as much as some people have,’ Natalie stated.

The brunette was also quick to point out at the time that she definitely hadn’t had any help from injections.

‘I don’t think there’s any Botox going on there!’ Natalie exclaimed. 

Her appearance comes just days after Natalie revealed how much she embraced being in ‘new mummy mode’ while recording her new album, Firebird. 

That's her secret! 'Sleep is probably the best thing. I go on lots of little detox holidays and do take care of myself, and then I eat what I want and have a drink, so I just enjoy life,' she previously told Daily Mail Australia of her beauty secrets

That’s her secret! ‘Sleep is probably the best thing. I go on lots of little detox holidays and do take care of myself, and then I eat what I want and have a drink, so I just enjoy life,’ she previously told Daily Mail Australia of her beauty secrets 

'Sleep is probably the best thing. I go on lots of little detox holidays and do take care of myself, and then I eat what I want and have a drink, so I just enjoy life,' she told Daily Mail Australia at the time

‘Sleep is probably the best thing. I go on lots of little detox holidays and do take care of myself, and then I eat what I want and have a drink, so I just enjoy life,’ she told Daily Mail Australia at the time

The singer started recording her new album before the Covid pandemic began – just before the birth of her son Max Valentine, two.

‘I remember writing in London and Nashville, that was before the pandemic, and then I had the baby,’ she told Amazing Magazine this week.

‘We were talking about how we were going to record and I was obviously saying I wanted to be near to [Max] and I didn’t want to have too many days out.’

She said she was able to enjoy the writing process more than she has in the past because it was much slower and fine-tuned.

She also said it was nice to be around her son while working on her music, adding: ‘I was still in my love bubble, so it was nice to just be in new mummy mode and be able to say, “I’m gonna have a hug and I’ll be back.”‘

New role: In April 2020, Natalie spoke of her joy at defying the odds by becoming a first-time mother in her mid-forties

New role: In April 2020, Natalie spoke of her joy at defying the odds by becoming a first-time mother in her mid-forties

In April 2020, Natalie spoke of her joy at defying the odds by becoming a first-time mother in her mid-forties.

‘I’m used to pushing the laws of probability in terms of what I’ve done in life. I’ve always managed to do things that are unlikely or improbable,’ she said.

The actress said motherhood is ‘truly magical’ and has filled the void in her life.

‘Looking back I had lovely friends, had been married, a beautiful home and a career that I was proud of,’ she told Baby magazine.

‘But I’d long been at the point where I knew something was missing and that thing became something I yearned for above anything else’.

First-time mother: In April Natalie spoke of her joy at defying the odds by becoming a first-time mother in her mid-forties

First-time mother: In April Natalie spoke of her joy at defying the odds by becoming a first-time mother in her mid-forties

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