Schapelle Corby flaunts sideboob in a partially unzipped swim top as she enjoys a Queensland getaway with her mother Rosleigh Rose
She’s one of Australia’s most recognisable faces.
And Schapelle Corby proved she’s certainly not shying away from the limelight on Sunday, as she shared a string of bikini-clad updates from a Queensland getaway with her mother, Roseleigh Rose.
Taking to Instagram, the 44-year-old first shared a photo of herself flashing sideboob in a partially unzipped swim top on the Whitehaven Beach in the Whitsundays.
Getaway: Schapelle Corby, 44, flaunted sideboob in a partially unzipped swim top as she enjoyed a Queensland getaway with her mother Rosleigh Rose at the weekend
She looked calm and relaxed as she smiled in the clear waters, wearing no make-up on her pretty visage as she posed for a quick selfie.
‘Whitehaven Beach, Heaven. This place is a slice of heaven,’ she captioned the image.
‘When lockdown is over, seriously make plans to get here, you will not be disappointed.’
Ready! In the private photos she shared to Instagram, Schapelle stood on the stairs in her swimwear before stepping into the water
Taking a dip! Schapelle showed herself going snorkelling with her holding a yellow noodle while clutching onto the railing of the boat
Schapelle earlier shared photos of her snorkelling at the reef, appearing excited as she stood on the steps of the boat.
She then shared another alongside her mother, smiling as they enjoyed the raging Queensland sunshine on their faces.
Schapelle first hit headlines in October 2004, when she was arrested at Bali airport with 4.2kg of cannabis wrapped in plastic inside her boogie board bag.
Close: Schapelle shared a photo of herself alongside her mother Roseleigh Rose (R) with the pair sitting on a boat before she went snorkelling
The past: Schapelle made light of her previous arrest for drug smuggling, revealing that she ‘doesn’t live in fear’ of flying on aircraft after the experience. Pictured with her mother
The world watched in May 2005 as she broke down in the Denpasar courtroom after being sentenced to 20 years’ imprisonment in Kerobokan Prison.
Following a series of sentence reductions, Schapelle was released on parole in February 2014, having served nine years behind bars.
She lived in Bali with family until she was deported back to Australia in May 2017.
The former beautician has always denied knowingly importing drugs and maintains the marijuana was planted in her luggage by corrupt baggage handlers.
Schapelle has since made light of her previous arrest for drug smuggling, revealing that she ‘doesn’t live in fear’ of flying on aircraft after the experience.
Before jetting to the Whitsundays, she even joked on Friday that she no longer travels with checked baggage.
Conviction: In October 2004, Schapelle became a household name when she was arrested at Bali airport with 4.2kg of cannabis wrapped in plastic inside her boogie board bag. She was sentenced to 20 years’ imprisonment in May 2005. Pictured in 2005