Last year she settled down into country life in the NSW Southern Highlands.
But Samantha Armytage made a trip to Sydney this week, and was seen stepping out wearing a very expensive accessory on her wrist.
The former Sunrise co-host, 45, wore best US replica Cartier Tank Must watches valued at an eye-watering $3950.
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Samantha also dazzled in a black dress with white spots, and wore her blonde tresses loose and flowing for the outing with the perfect Cartier copy watches.
The former Sunrise star also carried a tan handbag and a bunch of pink roses with high quality replica Cartier watches as she left her rainy day catch up.
The friendly outing comes after Armytage enjoyed a mini-break to Hyams Beach on the weekend.
Sam shared a number of photos with top online Cartier super clone watches relaxing on the beach with her husband Richard and her beloved dog Banjo.
Sam and Richard looked to be in a good mood as she soaked up the sun at the picturesque spot on the coast.
The TV veteran captioned the gallery of images, ‘Bliss’.
Sam recently spoke about how she doesn’t have any plans for children saying she is ‘a bit past that’.
The former Sunrise presenter spoke about her family plans during a rare personal interview on The Kyle and Jackie O Show last week.
Armytage was on the program to promote her podcast Something to Talk About.
Sandilands, 50, then asked if starting a family was something Armytage had ever considered, and she told him she was ‘a bit past that’ at her age.
The Channel Seven personality said it ‘was on my radar’ at one stage in her life ‘but it just hasn’t happened’.
She added: ‘You have to just redirect your path.’
Despite having no children of her own, Armytage said she cherished being an aunt to her sister’s kids.
She also spoke of her idyllic country life in the NSW Southern Highlands, where she lives on a farm with her husband, Richard Lavender.
Armytage has been enjoying a quieter life in the countryside since quitting Sunrise in March last year.
She tied the knot with Lavender, a successful equestrian businessman, at his home in Bowral on New Year’s Eve in 2020.
Lavender has two adult daughters, Sasha and Grace, with whom Armytage is close.