Linda Lusardi looked chic as ever as she attended the world premieres of the documentary Gazza with her husband Sam Kane on Thursday at the Ham Yard Hotel in London.
The former glamor model, 63, looked amazing in a black leather jacket, over a black silk shirt.
She complemented the monotonous ensemble with elegant black trousers and raised her waist in pointed boots.
Looking good: Linda Lusardi looked chic at the world premieres of the documentary Gazza with her husband Sam Kane on Thursday at the Ham Yard Hotel in London
Her brunette locks were styled in voluminous curls and she added a pair of large hoop earrings to finish off her look.
Sam, 53, looked handsome next to her, wearing a navy coat layered over a blue shirt and denim jeans.
The documentary Gazza recounts the career and life of footballer Paul Gascoigne.
Featuring archival footage and accompanied by contemporary narration, the two-part series will trace his meteoric rise, his best moments on the pitch and his turbulent personal life.
Stunning: The former glamorous model, 63, looked amazing in a black leather jacket over a black silk shirt
Also at the premiere was Ugo Monye, who looked dapper in an all-black ensemble.
He wore a black zip-up jacket with matching pants and shoes and wore a black hat on his head.
He was accompanied by John Motson, who cut a dashing figure in a navy blazer, complete with blue shirt and red paisley tie, paired with black trousers.
Handsome: Ugo Monye was also present at the premiere, who looked dapper in an all-black ensemble
Stylish: He wore a black zip-up jacket with matching pants and shoes, and sported a black hat on his head
Dressed up: Joined him was John Motson, who cut a dashing figure in a navy blazer, with a blue shirt and red paisley tie, paired with black trousers
Linda has also had her fair share of ups and downs in her personal life.
Six years ago, Linda was told she had a 9.5cm tumor on the wall of her uterus after undergoing an MRI.
However, the growth was not life-threatening, with doctors telling the former daughter that the tumor was caused by hormonal changes.
Ordeal: Former Page 3 girl Linda battled coronavirus for weeks, admitting she felt her ‘organs were failing’ when the disease was at its worst
Linda decided to have a full hysterectomy because the doctors told her the tumor could grow.
It comes after Linda revealed how she was coping with the impact of having had coronavirus and said her hair had started to fall out.
The star also revealed that her husband Sam, 51, who was hospitalized with the virus at the same time as her, was suffering from heart palpitations.
Battling: In March 2020, Linda posted an image from her hospital bed on Instagram, before claiming she had been left at ‘death’s door’ during her illness
The former daughter made a miraculous recovery despite being “on the verge of death”, but she still hasn’t fully returned to normal.
She told The Sun in August 2020: “Sam has had quite severe heart palpitations and he is currently under the supervision of a cardiologist. They don’t see anything specifically wrong.
“I had some hair loss which was a bit distressing. I still don’t have the energy I had before even though I get there. Every week is a little better.
Linda was hospitalized for 10 days and needed oxygen and was attached to a drip during her terrifying ordeal.
The Dancing on Ice star suffered from severe chest pains, fever and vomiting and sometimes hoped not to wake up.
Linda’s children Lucy, 24, and Jack, 21, also battled the family’s double scare.
She said: “The mental trauma affected us all even though it was me who was sick. My children had to deal with the fact that they could lose both of us and then me, and the mental effect that had on us was really very traumatic.
The family have chosen not to take advice with the NHS and are trying to support each other at this time.
Gazza will be available on Blu-ray, DVD and digital download starting May 9.
Struggling: The former glamor model also revealed that her husband Sam, who was hospitalized with the virus at the same time as her, was suffering from heart palpitations