Storm Keating takes centre stage in sheer dress and black bodysuit at GQ Awards
Storm Keating is becoming a fashion force to be reckoned with.
The Australian tv producer (35) welcomed her first child with husband Ronan in April and is already back to her red carpet best. The couple, who recently celebrated their second wedding anniversary, were among the famous faces in attendance at Tuesday night's GQ Men of the Year Awards at London's Tate Modern museum.
Storm stood out from the crowd in a sheer panelled dress showcasing her post-baby body in a strapless bra and high waisted underwear by Red Valentino, part of Valentino's youthful diffusion line. And while it might have been a glamorous night of schmoozing with stars, the new mother said later that "nothing beats" coming home to cuddles from four-month-old son Cooper.
"Always so fun to glam up and have some adult time with friends, but nothing beats coming home to this," she captioned a picture with her son.
It was a busy week for the Keatings as they also hit the red carpet on Monday night for the TV Choice Awards at The Dorchester, where Storm went for an entirely different look - a silk silver jumpsuit with plunging neckline by Galvan London.
Last month, the loved-up couple marked their second wedding anniversary in their typically gushing style, where Storm said she considered herself "the luckiest woman in the world" on Instagram.
"Two years ago today I married my best friend and soul mate @rokeating. I thought it was going to be the happiest day of my life, but the real truth is, every single day I am bursting with happiness - especially when I reflect on how far we've come and how special our relationship truly is," she wrote.
"Baba there really are no words for the culmination of love and joy I feel every day waking up and seeing your gorgeous little face on the pillow beside me... I feel like I could burst even writing this... we are truly blessed and not a day goes by that I don't feel grateful that we found each other. Thank you for being you and everything dreams are made of. You're one in six billion. Happy anniversary monkey, I'm the luckiest woman in the world."