Sarah Murdoch and her husband Lachlan looked like the picture of married bliss as they stepped out for a romantic lunch date in North Bondi on Friday afternoon.
The model, 49, and the media heir, 50, were seen holding hands after grabbing a bite to eat at Sean's Panorama restaurant in the popular eastern suburb.
The duo were pictured enjoying a glass of wine as they conversed during their indoor meal, before stepping outside and smiling at the cameras while making their way towards their vehicle.
Sarah looked nothing short of sensational in an unusual flowing dress, which featured a T-shirt style top half that cascaded into a gorgeous patterned skirt.
She teamed her look with a pair of white flat sandals, and accessorised with a pair of diamond stud earrings.
She wore minimal makeup on her already striking visage, and whisked her hair into a stylish up-do.
Lachlan, meanwhile, looked incredibly dapper in a crisp white shirt, brown trousers and matching shoes.
He kept things cool in a pair of sunglasses, while he also wore a large watch on his wrist.
Late last month on November 16, Sarah was spotted stepping out without her whopping wedding ring on her left hand as she ran errands around Sydney.
But the diamond band was most definitely on display during Friday's outing, with the unmissable ring sparkling in the sunshine as she beamed with her other half.
Sarah and her Fox CEO husband Lachlan Murdoch relocated their family from Los Angeles to Sydney in March.
And it seems the couple, along with their three children - sons Kalan Alexander, 16, Aidan Patrick, 14, and daughter Aerin Elisabeth, 10 - are here to stay.
In April, the Sydney Morning Herald reported that the Murdochs will be in Australia 'for years, not months, as initially believed.'
The family, who are based in their Bellevue Hill compound, Le Manoir, have settled into life in Sydney after Sarah was seen at the Royal Easter Show in Olympic Park with her children.
The publication also confirmed that the Murdoch kids are enrolled in Sydney schools.
While no reason was given for the family's return to Australia, a report claimed that it was the political climate in the US that helped make the decision for the family to leave LA in favour of their Sydney home.
A source said: 'The school communities here are very close knit, and it extends into the wider families and the circles and parties they all go to. That Hollywood set is very pro-Democratic.
'They are mostly big fundraisers for Biden, so you can imagine how well it went down when one of their classmates' dads is at the helm of the biggest anti-Biden machine in the country.'
Despite having their life based in Los Angeles for years, where Lachlan is Executive Chairman and CEO of Fox Corporation, the couple has always maintained their Bellevue Hill abode.
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