Channel Seven star Sonia Kruger, 55, reveals shocking career change as she announces exciting new project
Sonia Kruger will be the Sydney Fall Carnival Ambassador this year.
The announcement was made in The Sunday Telegraph over the weekend, with the 55-year-old clearly excited about her involvement.
Speaking to the post, Sonia said she was thrilled to be able to participate and enjoy the days of the event without ‘working’ as part of a cover crew.
Ambassador: Sonia Kruger, 55, (pictured) revealed a shock career change by announcing an exciting new project as the Sydney Autumn Carnival Ambassador on Sunday
“I’ve worked a lot of great races, and being asked to be an ambassador is fantastic because, you know, you get to get the whole experience,” she said.
“ Because when you’re actually working on your team you’re kind of a part of the cover, you kind of feel like a stranger watching. ”
Sonia, known for her chic ensembles, went on to say that she expected more understated styles on the runway this year.
Join the fun: ‘Because when you’re actually working in your team you’re kind of a part of the cover, you kinda feel like a stranger looking in,’ Sonia said (pictured)
She added that vintage would be important this year, especially with the popularity of Netflix’s hit show Bridgerton.
“In the fabrics, you’ll see a lot of velvet, a lot of felt and leather, and even those earthy fall tones that really appeal to me.
Sonia has become something of a style queen lately and regularly promotes her love of health and fitness.
Va-va-voom: Sonia (pictured) is known for her glamor on and off the screen with her regularly flaunting her amazing bikini body in steamy selfies
Last month, she shared a bombshell photo of herself in a bikini by a swimming pool.
Sonia posed facing the camera, with her left hand on her waist and her right hand hidden behind her shoulder-length blonde braids.
Sonia’s new job follows her role as a host in the first season of Seven’s new miniature golf series, Holy Moley.
Hospitality duties: Sonia took on the new Holey Moley series this year, which saw competitors enjoy rounds of extreme mini-golf
A report claimed that competitors suffered numerous injuries while filming the extreme mini-golf course.
One suffered 12 broken ribs, two others broke his ankles and there were a number of concussions while filming the show in 2020, Woman’s Day reported.
The offbeat series also saw Matt Shirvington and Rob Riggle commenting.
Gone: The show apparently caused so many accidents on set that American commentator Rob Riggle (right) fled to the United States in a hurry, ‘shocked by the carnage’. Pictured with fellow commentator Matt Shirvington (left)