Growing up fast: Angela Bishop makes a rare red carpet appearance with her daughter Amelia Baikie after the death of her husband Peter Baikie
Studio 10 entertainment reporter Angela Bishop made a rare red carpet appearance with her daughter, Amelia Baikie, on Thursday.
The pair were all smiles as they attended the opening night of the musical Pippin at the Lyric Theatre in Sydney.
Angela, 53, looked sensational in pink floral shirt dress, which was tied up at the waist to highlight her svelte figure.
Out and about: Studio 10 host Angela Bishop made a rare red carpet appearance with her daughter Amelia Baikie, 13, after the death of her husband Peter Baikie in 2017
She completed her look with a pair of nude pumps, a cross-body handbag and a pair of oversized gold earrings.
The mother of one wore her blonde hair in loose curls, and kept her makeup simple by opting for eyeliner and a touch of pink lipstick.
Her 13-year-old daughter looked stylish in a long-sleeved blue shirt and a matching floor-length skirt.
Well-styled: Angela, 53, looked sensational in pink floral shirt dress which tied up at the waist to show off her svelte figure
Fashionista: Her daughter looked adorable in a pale blue long-sleeved shirt and matching floor length skirt
She teamed the look with a pink bag and silver glittery sneakers.
Amelia let her red curly locks cascade down over her shoulders, and she wore a hint of makeup including bright pink lipstick.
The red carpet sightings comes three years after Angela’s husband, Peter Baikie, died in November 2017 from a rare form of cancer.
Loss: The rare appearance comes three years after Angela’s husband Peter (right) tragically died in November 2017 after battling a rare cancer
In an interview with the Australian Women’s Weekly last year, Angela revealed what it was like raising her daughter alone following the loss of her husband.
‘I’m a single mum, not by any choice or planning, but unexpectedly,’ she said.
‘I’m in a difficult situation where I have to be both good cop and bad cop now. I have to get her to bed at a reasonable hour, get her to brush her teeth, do her homework.’
Touching: Despite the fact that Peter might not physically be in their lives, Angela admitted at the time that he still plays a big role in their decisions as a family
She continued: ‘So when I’m good cop I try to be really good cop. We’ll do spur-of-the-moment things and just have fun.’
And while Peter is no longer physically in their lives, Angela admitted that he still plays a big role in their decisions as a family.
‘Amelia will say, “Well, dad would do…” and I say, “You’re absolutely right, so that’s what we’ll do,”‘ she added.
Candid: In an interview with the Australian Women’s Weekly last year, Angela revealed what it’s like raising her daughter following the loss of her husband