Cheers to a new job! Sam Frost joins friends for a pub crawl in Newtown as she announces her TV comeback after leaving Home and Away
She has just announced her big TV comeback after quitting Home and Away.
Sam Frost, a previous Bachelorette, was celebrating with pals at a pub in Newtown, Sydney, on Wednesday.
As she exited a popular establishment on busy King Street, the 32-year-old cut a stunning figure in jeans and a flowery shirt.
Cheers to a new job! Former Bachelorette Sam Frost (left) was in a celebratory mood on Wednesday as she joined friends at a pub in Newtown, Sydney
Sam looked chic in dark high-waisted jeans and a long-sleeve blouse, which she teamed with Doc Martens Chelsea boots.
Night on the town! The actress, 32, looked cheerful as she linked arms with a male friend as another pal walked alongside them
Casual chic: Sam looked stylish in dark high-waisted jeans and a long-sleeve blouse, which she teamed with Doc Martens Chelsea boots
Sam will make a TV comeback after quitting the hit series Home and Away, it was announced earlier this week.
She’ll star in a series called My Road to Adventure alongside her sister Kris Ross.
The sisters will journey down Victoria’s famous Great Ocean Road in an RV.
‘We’re really delighted to join the My Road to Adventure gang again, and this time we’ll be heading to Victoria’s Great Ocean Rd,’ Sam told The Herald Sun.
‘The Great Ocean Road has a special place in my heart and means a lot to our family. ‘I can’t wait to go back.’
On the previous season of the show, Sam and Kris visited Queensland’s Hervey Bay and Fraser Island.
It comes after Sam finished filming her final sequences for Home and Away in Sydney’s Eveleigh Studios in December.
She then relocated to Melbourne in order to be closer to her family and friends.
She had equated limitations on unvaccinated Australians to “segregation” prior to her departure, and she had also acknowledged that she was unvaccinated.
Sam had decided to be vaccinated after leaving the soap, according to her Home and Away co-star Lynne McGranger.
Making headlines: Before her exit, she had compared restrictions on unvaccinated Australians to ‘segregation’ and also revealed she was unvaccinated