Giving her some relationship advice? Sexologist Nikki Goldstein stuns at Derby Day as she poses with Fiona Falkiner… after the model announced her new same-sex romance
She’s the sexologist who’s famous for dishing out her expert advice on dating and relationships.
But Dr Nikki Goldstein put her hectic work schedule to the side on Saturday as she attended Derby Day in Melbourne.
The best selling author stunned in a sleeveless black frock as she cosied up to celebrity pals Fiona Falkiner and Pia Muehlenbeck at the horse racing event.
Gold Coast-based Nikki added a white blazer to her outfit to battle the chilly Melbourne temperatures, and swept her blonde hair back into a bun.
However, the star accentuated the glamour of her outfit by adding a hand-made headpiece from Monarque Jewels.
The silver crown was complete with rhinestones and crystals, catching the eye of onlookers.
In one photo, Nikki was seen enjoying a beverage with Instagram bikini model Pia Muehlenbeck.
However, the sexologist kept closer company with Fiona, who confirmed her romance with personal trainer Lara Creber this week.
It’s unclear whether Fiona sought Nikki’s expert relationship advice in regards to her new same sex relationship.
Biggest Loser star Fiona put on a busty dispay in a lacy number by fashion label Rodeo Show.
Like Nikki, the blonde added off-white jacket to help protect her from the unseasonably cold Melbourne weather.
She opted to match the outfit with a pair of simple beige heels, a white clutch and a gold bangle.
The model loosely tied back her brunette locks in a ponytail and completed her look with a statement headpiece.
She flaunted her natural beauty with only a light application of make-up and a nude lip.
On Friday, Fiona took to Instagram to reflect on the week in which she publicly confessed her love for Lara.
‘This week reminded me of how important it is to just focus on my own happiness,’ Fiona wrote.
Sharing a photo of herself at the beach, Fiona preached to her followers that focusing on themselves was the key to happiness.
‘Who cares if you are tall, short, have some wobbly bits or some muscly bits, hairy or bald, love a man or a woman, every body is unique and beautiful,’ she wrote.