Lady Victoria Hervey cuts a casual figure in an embroidered leather jacket as she steps out with her pet pooch in Los Angeles
She has been running her luxury swimwear brand while keeping up her enviable lifestyle.
And Lady Victoria Hervey nailed casual chic as she stepped out with her beloved Norfolk Terrier in Los Angeles on Friday.
The British socialite, 43, opted for a crisp white cotton t-shirt and embroidered leather jacket, and put safety first with a matching face mask as she guided her dog on a leash.
Fresh: Lady Victoria Hervey, 43, nailed casual chic as she stepped out with her beloved Norfolk Terrier close to her Los Angeles home on Friday
Victoria layered a slate-grey jacket adorned with gold embellishments over the tee and paired her look with a navy baseball cap to shield her features from the sun.
She opted for skinny denim jeans to highlight her slender pins and added high-top blue leopard print trainers for the outing.
With her mobile in hand, Victoria showcased her layered beaded bracelets on her left wrist which gave her ensemble a bohemian flourish.
Natural: The socialite layered a slate-grey jacket adorned with gold embellishments over the tee and paired her look with a navy baseball cap to shield her features from the sun
The star – who launched her own swimwear line Ladyship Swim earlier this year – wore her blonde looks in loose natural waves and went without a scrap of makeup.
Speaking last January, Victoria told The Mail On Sunday she froze her eggs in a fertility clinic, costing her £11,000.
Victoria has said she hopes to have a child before she is 45. She explained: ‘I had six eggs removed from my ovaries and frozen in a fertility clinic.
‘At the end of this month, I intend to go through the exhausting procedure again in the hope that I will produce another half-dozen or so eggs.
‘It will, I hope, fill what has become rather a hole in my life.’
Victoria confessed she would like ‘two children’ and turned to freezing her eggs – a decision prompted by Stacey Solomon, whom she met while competing on The Jump in 2015 – following her fears she has ‘left it too late’ to become a mother.