Cricket WAG Emma Lyon flaunts her fashion credentials as she carries a Fendi Baguette handbag worth $5,500 during stroll with pal
Emma Lyon flaunted her fashion credentials as she carried a Fendi Baguette handbag worth $5,500 during an outing with a friend on Monday.
The stylish WAG, who is married to cricketer Nathan Lyon, carried the monogram bag crossbody as she strolled along a Sydney street.
Emma opted to pair the pricey handbag with a pair of tan-hued pants, cream top and a well fitted designer trench coat.
She finished her look with black cateye sunglasses and a pair of green Nike sneakers which gave her look an urban edge.
Emma looked to be in a good mood as she chatted with her female pal during the stroll together in the city’s CBD.
Cricket WAG Emma Lyon, 31, (right) flaunted her fashion credentials as she carried a Fendi Baguette handbag worth $5,500 as she enjoyed an outing with a pal on Monday
Emma married off-spin bowler Nathan in a romantic ceremony last July.
They were rumoured to have got engaged in early 2021, after she was spotted wearing a diamond ring on her wedding finger.
Nathan debuted his relationship with the glamorous blonde in 2017, shortly after his messy split from ex-partner Mel Waring rocked the cricket community.
Their romance began in scandalous circumstances, as they had been caught kissing in Perth in late 2017 while the batsman was still with Mel.
Emma wore the designer handbag crossbody and opted to pair it with cateye sunglasses
The former couple share two daughters together.
Mel detailed their heartbreaking split in a blog post in March 2018.
The then-single mother said her pain was ‘real and deep’ and recounted nights when she would lie in bed with her children and cry.
Emma bundled up in an equally stylish trench coat as she got coffee with her pal, who wore matching Nike shoes
‘I didn’t ask for this, this wasn’t the way my life was supposed to be. He was my forever, he was my whole world,’ she wrote.
‘Until the very end I was 100 per cent devoted to our life and I loved every part of him and our world. This was like a bomb, it went off from behind.’
‘I had to deal with [it] in a very public, humiliating and confronting way. A part of me died.’
Emma slipped into a revealing gown as she attended the annual Australian Cricket Awards in Sydney on Monday. Pictured with Nathan