Brooke Burke, 49, is casual chic in an oversize red sweater as she goes grocery shopping in Malibu
Brooke Burke was spotted grocery shopping in Malibu on Thursday, keeping warm in an oversized red sweater.
The 49-year-old star, who has past hosted shows such as Wild On! and Dancing With The Stars, was seen leaving a supermarket with a red AMIRI sweater on, which had a large graphic of an Alligator on the front.
She rounded out her casual ensemble with white sneakers and had her hair styled up with a medical face mask on amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Out and about: Brooke Burke, 49, had her hands full with coffee as she was spotted grocery shopping in Malibu on Thursday, keeping warm in an oversized red sweater
The Connecticut native is currently dating real estate professional Scott Rigsby, who she’s been linked to since last year. They have spent time together amid the quarantine, enjoying an RV excursion to Lake Powell.
Burke is a mother-of-four, to daughters Neriah, 20, and Sierra, 18, with her ex-husband plastic surgeon Dr. Garth Fisher; and daughter Heaven, 13, and son Shaya, 12, with ex-husband David Charvet.
Burke was wed to Fisher from 2001 to 2005; and to Charvet from 2011 until their 2018 separation.
On Thursday, she shared a clip from her home on Instagram Stories showing her younger children homeschooling, as well as ongoing renovations being done at her home.
She rounded out her casual ensemble with white sneakers and had her hair styled up with a medical face mask on amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic
Working: Burke showed her followers a clip of ongoing renovations being done at her home
On Thursday, she shared a clip from her home on Instagram Stories showing her younger children homeschooling
Burke and Charvet finalized their divorce in March just prior to the shutdown. According to People, the pair share joint custody of their to kids, with neither paying alimony or child support to the other.
Burke, who has a fitness app called Brooke Burke Body, spoke with the outlet in May about the importance of staying active mid the ongoing coronavirus lockdown.
‘The days blend into each other right now,’ she said. ‘We’re living in a time of uncertainty. We don’t know for how long. We don’t know what to expect I think it’s about structure, but it’s also about pleasure – and there’s a balance between that. Otherwise, you set yourself up to fail.
‘Find joyful ways of doing this. Health and wellness is a lifestyle. It’s not at all an ultimate sacrifice.’