Newly single Julie Bishop turned heads at the Street Side Medics Gala in Sydney in a sleek black dress and a quirky cropped down jacket
Australia’s celebrities and political elite flocked to the first-ever Street Side Medics Gala in Sydney on Friday.
The gala hosted by Dr. Daniel Nour, Young Australian of the Year 2022, being hosted at Crown Sydney aims to raise awareness and funds for the non-profit Street Side Medics.
Julie Bishop performed at the event following her split from businessman David Panton.
Newly single Julie Bishop (pictured) gave a stunning performance at the first-ever Street Side Medics Gala in Sydney on Friday night
The former Foreign Secretary, 66, wore a sleek black dress that accentuated her slim and toned figure.
She added an edgy twist to the ensemble with a cropped black down jacket over it, which she most likely wore to keep warm in cold winter weather.
The newly minted celebrity’s short blonde hair was slicked back and she accessorised with glamorous diamond earrings.
To add a pop of color to the look, she opted for pink nail polish and silver eye shadow.
The former Foreign Secretary, 66, wore a sleek black dress that accentuated her slim and toned figure
Ms Bishop’s ex allegedly dumped her over dinner in Sydney in July, ending their eight-year relationship.
During their partnership, Ms Bishop took Mr Panton to the United Nations to meet world leaders, Buckingham Palace to mingle with British Royalty and the White House where he met Donald and Melania Trump.
The couple made their public debut in 2014 and have been pictured at countless celebrity events over the years, including Karl Stefanovic and Jasmine Yarbrough’s wedding in 2018.
She added an edgy twist to the ensemble with a cropped black down jacket over it, which she most likely wore to keep warm in cold winter weather
They seemed strong as they recently visited St James’ Palace in London to celebrate an event in honor of Prince Charles’ charity.
Ms Bishop is said to have been “taken by surprise” by the sudden collapse of their relationship, sources close to the former politician said.
dr Recognizing a gap in health care for vulnerable people in New South Wales, Daniel Nour founded Street Side Medics in August 2020.
Ms Bishop recently split from businessman David Panton. Together in the picture 2015
It is a non-profit, family doctor-led mobile medical service for people affected by homelessness.
With over 600 volunteers and seven clinics across New South Wales, Street Side Medics has transformed the lives of thousands of patients.
In addition, Street Side Medics has responded to national emergencies, including the Lismore flooding where Dr. Nour personally delivered a fully equipped medical unit to help with the immediate recovery needs of the community, as well as responding to the COVID-19 pandemic, which has left hundreds of states homeless and in need of COVID-19 vaccines.