Arthur Moses and Gladys Berejiklian were out shopping with their beau Arthur Moses when they went to former NSW premier.
The photos are from Sunday’s outing. The ritzy Potts Point neighborhood of Sydney has taken on a new life as people wonder if their matching outfits were planned.
As they walked around the shops, the couple looked like two peas sitting in a pod. They wore black leather Chelsea boots with matching blue jeans and matching jackets.
A caller to the Kyle and Jackie O radio show on KIIS FM asked the hosts questions. “What do Gladys, Arthur and their matching outfits make you think?”
Gladys Berejiklian, former premier of NSW, and Arthur Moses, her beau, strolled around Potts Point in Sydney wearing matching outfits on Sunday. This led to some debate about whether they had planned the coordinated outfits.
GLADYS AND HER MAN PLANTED THEIR MATCHING OUTFITS.
Jackie O, an inquisitive caller, asked: “Are they couple dressing like coordinated dressing?”
Kyle Sandilands, her co-host, added: “That sounds cute.”
Jackie isn’t certain about the significance of Jackie’s move.
She asked, “Is this just coincidence, a one-off, or are they doing that constantly?”
It was not the first time that the couple wore matching clothing.
They did it again on October 30, when they were also wearing very similar workout gear.
Blue was the colour of former NSW premier Gladys Berejiklian (pictured below) and Arthur Moses (pictured right), as they shop in Sydney on Sunday
Kyle then joined the conversation with a recollection of his childhood: “My mum used to wear an ananas.” “I’m with stupid”shirt, and my dad would wear one. “I’m stupid”.’
Jackie O re-read the story and took photos while she was away. You can find the Daily Mail Australia site here.
“I think that’s a mistake.” [rather than planned]She said, “They’re both wearing navy.”
Both radio hosts agree that it is a coincidence.
Kyle quickly retorts, saying “I love this.” “Let’s dress the same and go out”.’
His interest in the story piqued, he said that he would contact Gladys to see how it went.
Jackie O (right) and Kyle Sandilands (pictured below) discussed former NSW premier Gladys Berejiklian’s matching outfits. These photos were exclusively published on Daily Mail Australia
On Sunday, Ms Berejiklian, 51, seemed to be putting recent difficulties behind her as she and Mr Moses, who is a senior counsel barrister, stepped out in their remarkably similar attire.
Blue tops, blue jeans, black boots and happy smiles were all they wore as they walked through the inner city suburbs to shop at book and clothing stores.
In June, Ms Berejiklian’s younger sister Mary posted an Instagram photo showing the couple as an item.
The caption to the post was “After work Friday feels with these 2” Glad and her boo.
Mr Moses is the lawyer that represented Ms Berejiklian last year at a corruption hearing into her ex boyfriend Daryl Maguire.
Gladys Berejiklian (center), with Arthur Moses (left), and Ms Berejiklian’s younger sister Mary (right).
On October 1, she resigned as the premier of NSW and announced that she was being investigated by Independent Commission Against Corruption.
The inquiry sat in October for 11 days, with Ms Berejiklian having to answer a day and a quarter of the questions.
She denied any wrongdoing, and was often exasperated during the examination. The commissioners repeatedly scolded her for giving more context than was required.
On Sunday, Ms Berejiklian seemed to forget that as she walked with the man who was her rock during the ICAC inquiry.
The outing came just two days after she was pictured out and about on in Double Bay in Sydney’s affluent eastern suburbs on Friday afternoon to let her hair down after a tumultuous few weeks.
Before a girls’ evening, she wore a green dress, black jacket, and crossbody bag. She finished the look with red lipstick, fresh hair, and fresh curls.
After completing her evidence with ICAC, the woman who steered NSW through the Covid pandemic stated to reporters that she is going to continue with her life.
She stated that every decision she made in terms of the public office she held was in the best interest of the community and the general public.
“Now, I want to continue my life.”