She recently fell out with former friend Roxy Jacenko after they clashed on Channel Seven’s hit reality show SAS Australia.
But on Tuesday, Candice Warner didn’t appear to have a care in the world as she stepped out in Sydney in a stylish ensemble.
The 35-year-old looked cool and comfortable in a pair of camel-coloured trousers and a sleeveless white top that she tucked into her waistband.
Brave face: SAS Australia’s Candice Warner didn’t seem to have a care in the world as she stepped out in Sydney on Tuesday after her feud with Roxy Jacenko made headlines
At one point, she was asked by a photographer about her feud with Roxy, but she refused to answer any questions.
The former Ironwoman looked effortlessly chic in black high heels, which she paired with a cross-body handbag and stylish sunglasses.
Proving that she follows a healthy diet, the blonde clutched an orange in one hand.
Candice is one of the celebrity recruits on Channel Seven’s blockbuster reality series SAS Australia.
Fruity: Proving that she follows a healthy diet, the blonde clutched an orange in one hand
Chic: The former Ironwoman looked effortlessly chic in black high heels, which she paired with a cross-body handbag and stylish sunglasses
Tight grip! The blonde beauty tightly clutched her iPhone in one hand as she walked
On Tuesday, Roxy officially ended her friendship with Candice after they competed in a brutal boxing match on the military-inspired show.
The 40-year-old PR guru explained on The Kyle and Jackie O Show that she no longer considers Candice a friend after the women were pitted against each other in a physical fight during Monday’s season premiere.
While the mother of three happily took several swipes at Roxy during the fight, the Sydney publicist refused to retaliate because of their longstanding friendship.
‘You know what? Is [Candice] really my friend anymore? No,’ Roxy raged.
‘You know why I never hit back? She’s my mate and I’m not going to smack [her] in the face for other people’s entertainment,’ she added.
No comment! At one point, she was asked by a photographer about her feud with Roxy, but she refused to answer any questions
Head down: Candice kept her head down as she dodged questions about her feud with Roxy
Strutting her stuff! Candice had a confident pep in her step as she walked down the footpath
‘You wouldn’t continue punching when the person – me – turns their back and continue punching them in the back of the head. In boxing, that’s totally not allowed. The reality is, I can’t punch my then-friend in the face for people’s entertainment.’
‘You look back and go, “F**k, I should have whacked her one,” but you know what? I’m bigger than that and I’ve got respect for other people,’ she continued.
Roxy said she reached out to Candice after filming the show in the NSW Snowy Mountains in August and tried to repair their broken friendship.
Drama: On Tuesday, Roxy officially ended her friendship with the Ironwoman after competing against her in a boxing match on SAS Australia (pictured)
But instead of accepting the olive branch, Roxy claimed that Candice simply ‘sacked her’ as her manager instead.
‘No, she sacked me instead,’ Roxy laughed. ‘People will always let you down. I believe after what I did for Candice that it was a real smack in the face, pardon the pun.’
Indeed, Candice recently announced she was no longer being represented by Roxy’s influencer management company, The Ministry of Talent.
She is now represented by The Ministry of Talent’s main competitor, The Society Agency.
Friendship over: ‘People will always let you down,’ Roxy said on The Kyle and Jackie O Show. ‘I believe after what I did for Candice that it was a real smack in the face, pardon the pun’
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