Schapelle Corby gets back to work after breaking up with her Balinese boyfriend Ben

Schapelle Corby gets back to work after breaking up with her Balinese boyfriend Ben

Call time for their relationship! Schapelle Corby is back to work on her watchmaking business after splitting from her Balinese boyfriend Ben Panangian

Schapelle Corby may have called time with her Balinese boyfriend Ben Panangian earlier this month, but she’s not letting that slow her down.

The convicted drug smuggler, 45, posted some photos and videos to Instagram on Friday showing her working hard at her watchmaking business.

One snap showed a beaming Schapelle waving a blowtorch at the camera, with a caption explaining her secret ingredients to business success: “My tools #passion #studio #obsession.”

Schapelle Corby (pictured) posted some photos and videos to Instagram on Friday showing how she’s been working hard at her watchmaking business

She also released an informative video that clearly captures the watchmaking process from start to finish, showing how she coats her creations with a protective layer of lacquer.

The infamous star then cheekily suggested a Schapelle Original would be the perfect Father’s Day gift, writing: “I’ll be starting more of these – great gift idea”.

Her followers went crazy over the idea of ​​buying one of her custom watches, and one wrote: “I’m definitely going to treat myself to one of these for my birthday!!!”

It was refreshing to see that the SAS Australia star isn't letting her recent split from her boyfriend of 16 slow her down.  Pictured together in happier times

It was refreshing to see that the SAS Australia star isn’t letting her recent split from her boyfriend of 16 slow her down. Pictured together in happier times

Another added that they “so love your work and watching you work”.

It was refreshing to see that the SAS Australia star isn’t letting her recent split from her boyfriend of 16 slow her down.

Schapelle and Ben met in a Bali jail in 2006 while they were both serving time in prison on drug-related charges, but hadn’t seen each other in person since 2019.

Schapelle and Ben (left) met in a Bali jail in 2006 while they were both serving time in prison on drug-related charges, but hadn't seen each other in person since 2019

Schapelle and Ben (left) met in a Bali jail in 2006 while they were both serving time in prison on drug-related charges, but hadn’t seen each other in person since 2019

Confirming her single status earlier this month, she uploaded a commemorative photo of herself and her ex-boyfriend Ben having fun on the beach, with Ben’s face and body scratched.

“Looking for a new four-leaf clover. *ATTENTION*. Help a girl out — Get tagging,” she wrote in her caption, hinting that she’s already on the hunt for Ben’s happy replacement.

Since the announcement, the brunette has received a flood of online attention from male admirers.

Since announcing she's back on the market, the brunette has received a flood of online attention from male admirers

Since announcing she’s back on the market, the brunette has received a flood of online attention from male admirers

In October 2004, Schapelle became a household name when she was arrested at Bali airport with 4.2kg of plastic wrapped cannabis in her boogie board bag

In October 2004, Schapelle became a household name when she was arrested at Bali airport with 4.2kg of plastic wrapped cannabis in her boogie board bag