Samantha Armytage is all smiles in a conservative shift dress with husband Richard Lavender at The TAB Everest race day in Sydney
She recently announced her role at Channel Seven as a marquee racing reporter.
And seasoned race-attendee Samantha Armytage stepped out dressed to the nines at Everest Day at the Royal Randwick Racecourse on Saturday.
The 45-year-old brought her husband Richard Lavender along as her date for the star-studded event.
Off to the races! On Saturday, Samantha Armytage and her husband Richard Lavender stepped out dressed to the nines to attend Everest Day at the Royal Randwick Racecourse
Sam wore a dark navy blue shift dress which stopped at her knees.
To accessorise, she donned pearl earrings, a pair of nude strappy feels, and a matching nude clutch.
Sam’s toenails were painted red, while her fingers were a nude shade. She eased herself into the racing season by donning a natural makeup look.
Her blonde locks were blow-dried straight and hung loosely over her shoulders while being held back by a subtle gold headband.
And Richard, 60, was every bit the happy man as he walked alongside his wife of 10 months.
Happy man! Richard, 60, was every bit the happy man as he walked alongside his wife of 10 months
He looked dapper in a grey suit, with a blue shirt and tie combo which complimented Sam’s outfit.
Sam was beaming as she made her way to the race course to meet fellow racing enthusiast Kate Waterhouse.
Kate, 37, donned an all-white ensemble and added a pop of colour to her outfit with some lavender heels.
The Sydney socialite also had a Channel Seven microphone in hand ahead of hosting duties on the big day.
Working gals? Sam was beaming as she made her way to the race course, to meet fellow racing enthusiast Kate Waterhouse. The Sydney socialite also had a Channel Seven microphone in hand ahead of hosting duties on the big day
Sam’s attendance comes after she confirmed she and her husband would be appearing on the upcoming season of Farmer Wants A Wife.
On Wednesday, she also revealed another exciting TV project.
At the time, The TV veteran told fans she will be joining the ‘incredible’ horse racing team at Channel Seven, where she will report from marquee events during racing season.
‘Thrilled to be heading back to TV & back to @channel7 next year, helping out on @farmeraustralia (b/c I found my fabulous farmer!) & joining the incredible team @7horseracing for marquee events… giddy up & can’t wait,’ wrote the bubbly blonde.
Sam is previously best known for her role of eight years as breakfast TV host of Sunrise.
New gig: On Wednesday, Samantha Armytage (pictured) revealed she will be joining the ‘incredible’ horse racing team at Channel Seven, where she will report from marquee events during racing season.