Smiling Liberty Ross shows off model physique in Big Apple
Liberty Ross has faced a tough time recently, publicly splitting from her husband and father of two children Rupert Sanders after 11 years of marriage.
But the model seems to have moved on in style, taking to the streets of New York on Tuesday looking confident, cool and absolutely stunning.
The 34-year-old British-born beauty was putting her most fashionable foot forward in a fur coat, showing off her endless pins in a brown pencil skirt as she enjoyed a spot of shopping in the Big Apple's Soho district. And adding a splash of colour, Liberty acessorised her chic ensemble with a bright red Tom Ford Peccary Natalia bag, whcih has a staggering price tag of around $3,700, and pointed patent stillettos.
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Liberty may be visiting the capital for modelling jobs at New York Fashion Week, which is set to begin on Thursday. For her effortless style savvy ways are not solely where her fashion credentials lie. As well as appearing as the face of Burberry and Jimmy Choo, Ross made her runway debut in 1999 for Louis Vuitton in Paris and the height of her career, she appeared on the cover of British Vogue in June 2000.
The day before Liberty was spotted in New York, her ex-husband Rupert was seen at LAX airport without his wedding ring for the first time since she filed for divorce.
The model was left 'devastated' after her husband was linked with Kristen Stewart, the feisty 22-year-old leading lady of his latest film, Snow White and the Huntsman.
News of the scandal broke in July of last year and Kristen was quick to issue her boyfriend Robert Pattinson a heartfelt apology.
The starlet made a public statement admitting that her "momentary indiscretion" had "jeopardised" their relationship. Her statement read: "I'm deeply sorry for the hurt and embarrassment I've caused to those close to me and everyone this has affected.
"This momentary indiscretion has jeopardized the most important thing in my life, the person I love and respect the most, Rob."