Gladys Berejiklian steps out with her beau in MATCHING his and her outfits for a quiet Sunday shopping trip – after her night on the town with the girls as she puts ICAC probe behind her
- Blue was the colour for the former New South Wales premier and her boyfriend
- The couple visited clothes and book shops in the Potts Point suburb of Sydney
- Ms Berejiklian seemed to putting her recent corruption inquiry behind her
Former NSW premier Gladys Berejiklian and her boyfriend Arthur Moses spent Sunday afternoon shopping in the glitzy Potts Point area of Sydney.
Ms Berejiklian, 51, seemed to be putting recent difficulties behind her as she and Mr Moses, who is a senior counsel barrister, stepped out in matching outfits.
With blue tops, blue jeans and black boots, they were a picture of his and her happiness as they visited book and clothes shops in the inner city suburb.
Former NSW premier Gladys Berejiklian (pictured right) and her beau Arthur Moses (left), stroll around Potts Point in Sydney on Sunday
Mr Moses is the lawyer who represented Ms Berejiklian (pictured together on Sunday) at a corruption hearing last year into her former boyfriend Daryl Maguire
The couple was outed as an item in June in an Instagram post from Ms Berejiklian’s younger sister Mary.
The post was captioned: ‘After work Friday feels with these two. Glad and her boo.’
Mr Moses is the lawyer who represented Ms Berejiklian at a corruption hearing last year into her former boyfriend Daryl Maguire.
Gladys Berejiklian (centre) with Arthur Moses (left) and Ms Berejiklian’s sister Mary (right)
Gladys Berejiklian (left) enjoys a shopping trip in Sydney on Sunday with her boyfriend Arthur Moses
She resigned as NSW premier on October 1 when she announced that she too was under investigation by the Independent Commission Against Corruption.
The inquiry sat for 11 days in October, with Ms Berejiklian facing a gruelling day and a half of questions.
She denied any wrongdoing and was frequently exasperated during the examination in which she was scolded several time by the commissioners for giving more context than the question required.
Gladys Berejiklian (pictured centre) and friends in Sydney’s ritzy Double Bay on Friday
But on Sunday, Ms Berejiklian looked like that was all at the back of her mind as she walked around with the man who has been her rock throughout the ICAC inquiry.
The outing came just two days after she was pictured out and about on in Double Bay in Sydney’s affluent eastern suburbs on Friday afternoon to let her hair down after a tumultuous few weeks.
She sported a green dress, black blazer and crossbody bag, topping off the look with red lipstick and a fresh blowdry, before a girls’ night out that evening.
After concluding her evidence with ICAC in early November, the woman who led NSW through the Covid pandemic told reporters she intends to get on with her life.
‘Every decision I made, in terms of the public office I held, was in the best interests of the community and the public,’ she said.
‘Now I intend to get on with my life.’
Gladys Berejiklian (pictured shopping with boyfriend Arthur Moses on Sunday) as NSW premier on October 1 when she announced that she too was under investigation by the Independent Commission Against Corruption
Gladys Berejiklian (pictured) was out with friends in Sydney’s Double Bay on Friday before a girls’ night out
Former NSW premier Gladys Berejiklian steps out with boyfriend Arthur Moses in Sydney