Putting on a brave face: Model Robyn Lawley attends Fashion Week in Sydney after losing her father to cancer
Her beloved father Chris tragically died of cancer last week.
And on Tuesday, Robyn Lawley put on a brave face at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in Sydney.
The model, 29, showed off her stunning figure as she posed for photos in a cropped black long-sleeved top and bootleg jeans.
Keeping it casual! Model Robyn Lawley, 29, (pictured) showed off her washboard abs in a cropped black top and jeans at Fashion Week in Sydney on Tuesday
She completed her casual look with black sandals and accessorised with a gold bracelet and a pendant necklace.
Showing off her blemish-free complexion, Robyn wore minimal eye makeup and added a bold pink lip for a pop of colour.
Her long caramel tresses were straightened and worn loosely past her shoulders.
Natural beauty: Showing off her blemish-free complexion, Robyn wore minimal eye makeup and added a bold pink lip for a pop of colour
The model’s appearance comes after she tragically lost her father to cancer last Wednesday.
On Sunday, she revealed how ‘painful’ it was to witness her dad, 67, take his last breaths after battling the disease for eight years.
The devastated model explained that Chris – who was a firefighter for 33 years – felt so guilty about being in pain that he would apologise to the family.
Tragedy: It comes after Robyn revealed how ‘painful’ it was to witness her dad Chris, 67, taking his last breaths after battling cancer for eight years
‘He was such a good man, he would say sorry to me, my sister and mother for being in pain,’ she told The Daily Telegraph.
Robyn added: ‘Witnessing dad’s battle with cancer and watching him take his last breath was painful.’
Chris died from acinic cell carcinoma, one of 12 cancers linked to fighting fires and caused by exposure to carcinogens and foam.
Robyn said Chris, who was also a jet refueller, was regularly exposed to chemicals and asbestos and she called for there to be better masks and more awareness about toxic materials.
Loss: ‘He was such a good man, he would say sorry to me, my sister and mother for being in pain,’ she told The Daily Telegraph. Pictured, Robyn as a young girl with Chris