Nigella Lawson, 62, looked young as she met friends at a Melbourne pub

Nigella Lawson, 62, shows off her very youthful complexion as she meets friends at a Melbourne pub

Nigella Lawson is filming a new season of Channel 7 cooking show My Kitchen Rules in Australia.

The British TV chef appeared relaxed as he met a female friend at the upscale Marion Wine Bar in Melbourne’s Fitzroy on Friday.

Wearing a sleek black suit, the 62-year-old glamorous food writer showed off her youthful complexion as she enjoyed a glass of wine and chatted with her friends.

Culinary goddess: Nigella Lawson, 62, showed off her very youthful complexion as she met a female friend at an upscale wine bar in Melbourne's Fitzroy on Friday (pictured)

Culinary goddess: Nigella Lawson, 62, showed off her very youthful complexion as she met a female friend at an upscale wine bar in Melbourne’s Fitzroy on Friday (pictured)

Nigella teamed her signature brunette hairstyle loosely around her face and shoulders with a matching black crossbody bag.

She enhanced her striking facial features with flawless makeup, including matte foundation, bronzer on cheekbones, and glossy nude lipstick.

During the chase, Nigella made many lively facial expressions and used her hands to create dramatic effect.

Effortless style: The British TV chef donned a chic black suit, wrapping her signature brunette hairstyle loosely around her face and shoulders

Effortless style: The British TV chef donned a chic black suit, wrapping her signature brunette hairstyle loosely around her face and shoulders

Lots to discuss?During the chase, Nigella made many lively facial expressions and used her hands to create dramatic effect

Lots to discuss?During the chase, Nigella made many lively facial expressions and used her hands to create dramatic effect

Leisurely outings: Treat yourself to a glass of wine by the best-selling author

Demeanor: At times, she seems to be lost in thought

Manners: Best-selling cookbook author treats himself, sometimes broods

Makeup: Nigella opted for a simple yet elegant look that enhanced her striking facial features

Makeup: Nigella opted for a simple yet elegant look that enhanced her striking facial features

The sighting came shortly after the best-selling cookbook author was spotted filming scenes at the Sydney Opera House for the upcoming season of My Kitchen Rules.

Nigella has replaced disgraced chef Pete Evans to co-host the popular show with returning judge Manu Feildel.

“Going to a restaurant is a treat, but for me, the real story of food is told through the way we cook it at home,” Nigella said in a statement.

Down Under: Cooking Goddess filming new season of Channel 7 cooking show My Kitchen Rules in Australia

Down Under: Cooking Goddess filming new season of Channel 7 cooking show My Kitchen Rules in Australia

In action: Nigella was recently spotted filming scenes at the Sydney Opera House

In action: Nigella was recently spotted filming scenes at the Sydney Opera House

New look: The brunette replaces disgraced chef Pete Evans to co-host the hit show with returning judge Manu Feldell

New look: The brunette replaces disgraced chef Pete Evans to co-host the hit show with returning judge Manu Feldell

“So, the opportunity to support home cooks and have the privilege of being invited into people’s homes to eat their food fills me with gratitude and excitement!”

She added: “I’m also looking forward to working with Manu. Although he’s a chef and I’m a home cook, the truth is we all just want to eat good food. I feel like I have a lot to learn from him, but just know We’re going to have a lot of fun in the process. I can’t wait!

Maker will return to Channel 7 later this year after a hiatus following a drop in ratings, with the network insisting a 12th season will return to its roots.

“The MKR’s new season brings the much-loved show back to its original recipes – real people from across the country cooking real food in their own homes for the superstar judges and other contestants,” they said in a statement. .”

Passionate:

Passionate: “Going to a restaurant is a treat, but for me, the true story of food is told through the cooking we do at home,” Nigella said in a statement

Gratitude: Nigella continued,

Gratitude: Nigella continued, “So, the opportunity to support home cooks and receive the intimate privilege of being invited into people’s homes to eat their food fills me with gratitude and excitement!”

Change of rhythm: MKR will return to Channel 7 later this year after a hiatus following declining ratings, the network insists a 12th season will return to its roots

Change of rhythm: MKR will return to Channel 7 later this year after a hiatus following declining ratings, the network insists a 12th season will return to its roots

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