She announced that she was leaving Sky Sports News after an illustrious 20-year career with the broadcaster last year.
Yet Kirsty Gallacher ensured all eyes were on her on Tuesday as she celebrated the end of the Gary Player Invitational at Coworth Park Hotel in Ascot.
The presenter, 43, cut a glamorous figure in a navy blue criss-cross halterneck silk gown as she marked the end of the prestigious charity event.
Glamorous: Kirsty Gallacher ensured all eyes were on her on Tuesday as she celebrated the end of the Gary Player Invitational at Coworth Park Hotel in Ascot
Kirsty, who has been hosting the charity golf series at Coworth Park Hotel and Wentworth Club over the weekend, teamed her dress with a pair of stunning black platform heels.
Letting her dark locks cascade down her shoulders, Kirsty completed her look with a touch of blush and a swipe of bold pink lipstick.
Taking to Instagram, she wrote: ‘An amazing couple of days hosting the @gpinvitational for the incredible @gary.player. Thank you to @sarahexley for being by my side as always and keeping me fresh & quite frankly glitzing me up!
‘Thank you also to @galvanlondon the perfect dress for a hot summer’s evening.’
Strike a pose: The presenter, 43, has been hosting the charity golf series over the weened (pictured with presenter Dermot O’Leary at Soccer Aid in June)
Amazing: Kirsty took to Instagram to mark the end of the prestigious charity event as she revealed that she had an ‘amazing couple of days’
Finish line: Earlier this year Kirsty admitted that she ‘didn’t cope well’ following her divorce from her former husband Paul Sampson, 42,(Kirsty pictured at London Marathon in April)
On Monday, Kirsty also expressed her excitement at being able to host the charity event by taking to Instagram to write: ‘An absolute joy to host an important couple of days for the legendary @gary.player @gpinvitational supported by #berenberg.
‘Where the world of golf & business unite to raise funds in order to bring hope, help & healing to underprivileged children #golfandgiving.’
The golfing event, which was founded by the South African retired professional golfer Gary Player, aims to raise funds for underprivileged children and communities worldwide, it sees a range of professional athletes compete with amateur guests.
Earlier this year, Kirsty admitted that she ‘didn’t cope well’ following her divorce from her former husband Paul Sampson, 42, and her two-year ban from driving from a drink-drive conviction.
Speaking to In The Pink Podcast, Kirsty said: ‘Divorce is horrific. I’ve had a tough few years. I hit pretty much rock bottom at one point. My poor body and brain has gone through it. I’ve not coped very well.’
Stress: The TV personality, who shares sons Oscar, 12, and Jude, nine, shared the stress she was under during divorce proceedings from ex-rugby player (pictured together in 2010)
The TV personality, who shares sons Oscar, 12, and Jude, nine, with Paul, added: ‘And I was trying to be a great mum and keep it all going. I was pushing myself too much.’
Following the split, Kirsty went on to describe how she was given advice by the comedian Russell Brand, 44, who is married to her younger sister Laura, 31.
She continued: ‘Russell said, “Kirsty, I think you need some time on your own”. I thought, “No I don’t!” So I didn’t. Now, sorry Russell, you’re correct.’
In August 2017, Kirsty was banned from driving for two years and ordered to do 100 hours of unpaid community work after she was spotted driving her BMW X4 while three times over the legal limit.
Helping hand: Kirsty also revealed that she received advice from comedian Russell Brand, who is married to her younger sister Laura, 31, (pictured in London, 2018)