Matt Willis cut a dapper figure as he headed out for the day in Hertford, England on Wednesday.
The Busted star, 40, who recently opened up about his substance abuse battle in the wake of his critically-acclaimed documentary Fighting Addiction this month, looked in good form during his shopping trip.
Matt rocked a black blazer and matching trousers, which he teamed with a simple black t-shirt underneath.
He added a pair of white Adidas trainers to his look and carried a stylish black bag over his shoulder.
The singer shielded his eyes with a pair of tinted sunglasses and carried a small cup of coffee and a suit bag in one hand.
Day out: Matt Willis cut a dapper figure as he headed out for the day in Hertford, England on Wednesday after his revealing documentary on his previous substance abuse
The musician appeared in good spirits as he walked down the street with an entourage of people.
Earlier this month, viewers lauded his emotional documentary on his battles with drink and drug addiction as ‘brave, bold, honest TV’.
The moving BBC film, titled Fighting Addiction, saw the Busted star open up on his battles with addiction and subsequent recovery.
Many viewers praised Matt’s wife Emma Willis for standing by him and offering her support during his battle with addiction, with one viewer branding the documentary ‘the most powerful thing they’ve watched in years.’
In the film, the presenter broke down in tears as she shared fears that Matt could relapse at any time, while revealing she kept a daily diary of his drug use at the height of his addiction.
She also shared fears that Matt could relapse while on tour with Busted, after it was announced that the band will reunite for a run of concerts later this year.
The first scene of the documentary showed Emma opening the diary she kept in 2008, which detailed Matt’s daily alcohol and drug use.
One of the diary’s pages showed that Emma had written Matt was ‘totally p***ed’.
Busy: The Busted star, 40, who recently opened up about his substance abuse battle in the wake of his critically-acclaimed documentary Fighting Addiction this month, looked in good form as he made his way from a high-end tailors
Suave: Matt rocked a black blazer and matching trousers, which he teamed with a simple black T-shirt underneath
Surrounded: The musician appeared in good spirits as he walked down the street with an entourage of people
She told the cameras: ‘The only thing I could think of to keep track, was to keep a diary.
‘I don’t think I’ve ever read it since I wrote it. It’s literally just notes of… what I knew he had consumed.
‘A bottle of champagne, a couple of wines, a couple of wines… another bottle of champagne, and more.’
Emma also revealed that she would go to all the local pubs to try and find Matt, but he would deliberately go to places she wasn’t aware of.
She added: ‘I was so scared he would die,’ while admitting that living with someone with addiction was ‘unpredictable’ and ‘anxiety-inducing’.
Later in the documentary, Emma admitted that she is concerned Matt could relapse again when Busted head out on tour later this year, after he did so during their last reunion in 2016.
Speaking to the camera she said: ‘Matt’s always had issues but they seem to really kick in when he’s on tour.
‘I know he doesn’t wanna be that person but is his brain going to trick him and go, ‘just one more time, no one will know. That’s the worry.’
In his early 20s the singer said he couldn’t get to lunchtime without drugs or alcohol.
Shocking: It comes after Busted star Matt revealed one of the heartbreaking moments he hit rock bottom amid his substance abuse battle
Pains: Earlier this month, Matt’s documentary on his battles with drink and drug addiction was lauded by viewers, who branded the show ‘brave, bold, honest TV’
Important: The film was universally praised by viewers on social media, with some particularly lauding Emma for standing by Matt during his struggles
Later, on the 2017 tour, he ‘was doing six grams (of cocaine) on my own every day and not coming home until three in the morning’ – a month after he started taking the drug again.
The film was universally praised by viewers on social media, with some particularly lauding Emma for standing by Matt during his struggles.
One posted: ‘Raw. Honest. So many wow moments &overall learning about addiction & associated medical facts & its impact.’
‘What a lovely, genuine and strong couple,’ another posted.
Only days after its release, Matt revealed one of the heartbreaking moments he hit rock bottom.
The musician appeared on Capital Breakfast with Roman Kemp last month, where he spoke further about his addiction.
Speaking about his lowest moments, Matt, who is father to Isabelle, 13, Ace, 11, and Trixie, seven, revealed he missed his wife Emma’s birthday and also did not see when their daughter started crawling as he was ‘out doing drugs with strangers’.
He said: ‘When it hit me was when my daughter was born and she was about eight months old and I was not with her, I was out using drugs with strangers…
‘I missed her crawling, and I missed my wife’s birthday party with all people that I love there and I was out with strangers doing drugs and I woke up the next day and I realised I was going to be a terrible father’.