A current Company presenter, Tracy Grimshaw looked relieved to be home as she landed at Sydney Airport on Friday.
Earlier this week, she suffered a tantrum over Channel Nine’s coverage of the Queen’s funeral when she failed to recognize British Prime Minister Liz Truss.
The 62-year-old wore a $600 Camilla shirt over a plain black T-shirt and trousers as she prepared for the airport parking lot.
Tracy Grimshaw (left) looked relieved to be home upon landing at Sydney Airport on Friday. She was helped by airport staff (right) who pushed her luggage through the terminal
Tracy, who also wore black and white Converse sneakers and a crossbody bag, enlisted the help of airport staff, who pushed her luggage through the terminal.
She’s ditched her usual TV glamor for the long haul by not wearing makeup.
Veteran Nine requested two strollers for all of his luggage, after more than a week in the UK taking care of Queen Elizabeth II’s death and funeral.
Her Louis Vuitton bag worth more than $3,500 sits atop one of the strollers.
The A Current Affair host, 62, wore a $600 Camilla shirt over a plain black t-shirt and shorts as she prepared to head out to the airport parking lot
It comes after Tracy and senior Nine journalist Peter Overton were unable to identify the new British leader when they made comments on the Queen’s funeral on Monday night.
When UK Prime Minister Liz Truss climbed out of her car at Westminster Abbey, two veteran broadcasters were left scratching their heads as to who she was.
Peter, 56, said: “This is an important motorcade.
She gave up her usual TV glamor for a long haul flight with free makeup
He continued: ‘Come to us as we try to determine who is stepping out of the car. This is under police escort of course. I suggest this could be royalties, Tracy.
‘Difficult to determine. Possibly small royals, members of… I can’t identify them at this point… ‘
Viewers at home took to social media to call them about the mistake, prompting Peter to issue a fix shortly after.
Tracy suffered a blip earlier this week during Channel Nine’s coverage of the Queen’s funeral when she failed to recognize British Prime Minister Liz Truss
‘I was told it was Liz Truss, the new prime minister, in the distance we could see jumping out of the car. Thank you so much for that information,’ he told viewers.
He later admitted to Nine co-stars Karl Stefanovic, Ally Langdon and British royal expert Dickie Arbiter that their British guest could have been better at spotting famous faces in the country.
Ms Truss was the last world leader to be photographed with the Queen on her final official mission, just 48 hours before her death.
When UK Prime Minister Liz Truss climbed out of her car at Westminster Abbey, two veteran broadcasters were left scratching their heads as to who she was. (Left: Peter Overton)
Liz Truss (left, with husband Hugh O’Leary) is unknown to Peter and Tracy newsreaders
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