Kate Waterhouse dazzles in $10,500 Valentino dress and matching $5,960 handbag


Kate Waterhouse dazzles in a $10,500 Valentino dress and matching $5,960 handbag as she lights Christmas tree in Sydney’s CBD

Kate Waterhouse knows how to make an impression.

And on Tuesday, the socialite turned heads at she lit up Martin Place’s oversized Christmas tree in Sydney’s CBD.

The 38-year-old spared no expense to look good and stepped out in an outfit worth over $11,000.

Kate Waterhouse knows how to make an impression. And on Tuesday, the socialite turned heads as she lit up Martin Place’s oversized Christmas tree in Sydney’s CBD

Kate sparkled in a $10,500 purple sequin Valentino dress.

She teamed her look with a pair of bold black designer heels and a small Loco shoulder bag with 3D-effect embroidery valued at a staggering $5,960. 

The beauty opted for a soft makeup look with lots of highlighter and a pink nude lipstick. 

Kate sparkled in a $10,500 purple sequin Valentino dress.

Kate sparkled in a $10,500 purple sequin Valentino dress. 

She teamed her look with a pair of bold black designer heels and a small Loco shoulder bag with 3D-effect embroidery valued at a staggering $5,960

She teamed her look with a pair of bold black designer heels and a small Loco shoulder bag with 3D-effect embroidery valued at a staggering $5,960 

The beauty opted for a soft makeup look with lots of highlighter and a pink nude lipstick

The beauty opted for a soft makeup look with lots of highlighter and a pink nude lipstick

It comes after Kate turned heads at the Australian Turf Club on Everest Day, held at Royal Randwick Racecourse in Sydney. 

The 38-year-old spared no expense to look good and stepped out in an outfit worth a whopping $75,000. 

She opted for the Louis Vuitton Monogram Tweed Polo Collar Dress, valued at an eye-watering $7,100. 

Kate paired the chic dress with a statement handbag, carrying a Bulgari top handle purse from the Serpenti range valued at around $5,100.

Kate Waterhouse (pictured) knows how to make an impression. The socialite turned heads at the Australian Turf Club on Everest Day, held at Royal Randwick Racecourse in Sydney on Saturday

Kate Waterhouse (pictured) knows how to make an impression. The socialite turned heads at the Australian Turf Club on Everest Day, held at Royal Randwick Racecourse in Sydney on Saturday

She also appeared to be wearing a Jaeger-LeCoultre designer watch, which costs a massive $41,400.

Kate is the daughter of horse trainer Gai Waterhouse and also works as a model and journalist. 

Gai won her first Melbourne Cup in 2013 with her horse Fiorente and became the first Australian woman to train a winner of that race. 

She was inducted into the Australian Racing Hall of Fame in 2007, and is often referred to as ‘first lady of Australian racing’.

In 2021 Gai was awarded an Order of Australia medal Government House, Sydney.

In 2021, Kate's mother Gai was awarded an Order of Australia medal Government House, Sydney.  Pictured: Kate posing with her mother, along with friends and family at Government House, Sydney. Tom Waterhouse is pictured second right

In 2021, Kate’s mother Gai was awarded an Order of Australia medal Government House, Sydney.  Pictured: Kate posing with her mother, along with friends and family at Government House, Sydney. Tom Waterhouse is pictured second right



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