She is one half of the brainchild behind activewear label, P.E Nation.
And Pip Edward’s business partner Claire Tregoning was her own best advertisement as she stepped out for some light exercise in Sydney this week.
The 42-year-old wore a pair of signature blue P.E Nation bike shorts with a beige sports bra and white cropped singlet top.
The Sydney fashion socialite looked to have just finished a yoga or Pilates class as she rocked a pair of slides for her outing.
Claire picked up a takeaway coffee before taking a leisurely stroll by the beachside.
Pip Edward’s P.E Nation business partner Claire Tregoning was her own best advertisement as she stepped out for some light exercise in Sydney this week
At one point she appeared to be engaged in a serious phone call.
The solo sighting comes after Claire sold her luxury home on Sydney’s northern beaches for an undisclosed sum.
The lavish five-bedroom, three-bathroom pad, located in Avalon Beach was listed last month for $6.5million-$7million.
The 42-year-old wore a pair of signature blue P.E Nation bike shorts and paired them with a beige sports bra and white cropped singlet top
Earlier this year, Claire confirmed that she had split from her filmmaker husband Timothy, 40.
The former couple, who share two children together, kept their break-up under wraps for most of last year.
But in February, Claire broke her silence and said they ‘still love each other’.
At one point she appeared to be engaged in a serious phone call
‘It is very amicable, we still love each other, we are co-parenting and he remains a great friend,’ she told The Sydney Morning Herald.
‘Things change and that’s just what happened for us, but we are getting through that with a lot of respect and support for each other.’
Rumours emerged last November that the pair had quietly split after they deleted each other from Instagram and stopped posting loved up pictures.
Claire, 42, (left) confirmed her split from husband Timothy, 40, (right) earlier this year after they separated eight months earlier
They spent most of their marriage renovating their family home in Avalon and raising their two kids.
From relaxing family weekends to lavish trips away, the businesswoman was constantly tagging her cinematographer husband in Instagram posts with their kids as she sported her own P.E Nation brand.
On Father’s Day last year, Claire posted an image of Timothy and their kids eating croissants together on the deck of their $1.2million renovated ‘shack’ – gushing about how he’s a ‘beautiful chaotic loving dad’ to their ‘crazy cubs’.
Claire recently sold her luxury home on Sydney’s north shore for an undisclosed sum
The lavish five-bedroom, three-bathroom pad, located in Avalon Beach was listed last month for $6.5million-$7million
‘The love you shower our crazy cubs in is endless. Your journey and growth as a father has been an inspiring one to watch. We love you,’ she wrote.
It was the last time he featured on her feed.
Since then, Claire has been on holidays to Tasmania and Los Angeles, a ski trip to New Zealand, and two jaunts to London – splashing her getaways on Instagram, tagging friends and family members each time.
Her husband, however, had been notably absent from her photos.
Claire and Tim quietly parted ways after more than a decade together. They have two kids, age eight and nine
Claire, who had been in London with P.E. Nation co-founded Pip Edwards, did not respond to questions about her suspected separation when contacted by Daily Mail Australia earlier this year.
The same question was put to Timothy, who didn’t deny the rumour.
When responding to a Daily Mail Australia reporter, he said: ‘Keep working babe, you’ve got a long way to go.’
Little more than a year after the Father’s Day post, on September 30, Tregoning was arrested in Bondi when police found him with two resealable bags of cocaine.
He pleaded guilty to drug possession in Waverley Local Court and will be sentenced in January.
The maximum penalty for a drug possession charge is $5,500 or two years in prison.
The high-profile Sydney fashion socialite broke her silence in a recent interview with The Sydney Morning Herald where she said they ‘still love each other’. Pictured with P.E Nation co-founder Pip Edwards
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