Tracy Grimshaw looks very different as she is seen for the first time since leaving ACA

Tracy Grimshaw looks very different with a new hairstyle as she is seen for the first time since leaving A Current Affair

Tracy Grimshaw has been seen for the first time since her emotional departure from A Current Affair last month.

The 62-year-old sported a new haircut and a lighter color as she arrived at Melbourne Airport on Monday.

The TV presenter showed off her new hairstyle as she pushed a $4,500 Louis Vuitton suitcase through the airport after landing from Sydney.

Tracy Grimshaw looked very different with a new hairstyle as she was seen for the first time since leaving A Current Affair on Monday

Tracy Grimshaw looked very different with a new hairstyle as she was seen for the first time since leaving A Current Affair on Monday

The 62-year-old sported a new haircut and a lighter color as she arrived at Melbourne airport

The 62-year-old sported a new haircut and a lighter color as she arrived at Melbourne airport

Tracy looked stylish in black pants and a black and white printed shirt for the flight.

The veteran TV star completed his ensemble with a pair of black Converse sneakers and threw a $2,600 Prada bag over his body.

The sighting comes a month after a host of famous faces bid farewell to the longtime host after 17 years on A Current Affair.

During a moving final episode, the TV veteran was honored by celebrities and everyday Australians his show has helped over the years.

The TV presenter showed off her new hairstyle as she pushed a $4,500 Louis Vuitton suitcase through the airport after landing from Sydney

The TV presenter showed off her new hairstyle as she pushed a $4,500 Louis Vuitton suitcase through the airport after landing from Sydney

Tracy looked stylish in black pants and a black and white printed shirt for the flight

Tracy looked stylish in black pants and a black and white printed shirt for the flight

The veteran presenter, who has interviewed the likes of Oprah, Ellen Degeneres, Celine Dion and Sharon Stone over her 40-year career, received a bouquet of flowers as she bade viewers farewell.

“I’m terrible with the word GB, you know, the one that ends in ‘bye’ and starts with ‘good’ because I’m going to bluster and you all know it won’t be pretty,” she said.

“But seriously, when I started here, my bosses at the time said they didn’t like interviews that were longer than four minutes because you’d get bored.”

“And now look at us. The whole show can air interviews like this because you told us you like them. Thanks for watching them.

The veteran TV star completed his ensemble with a pair of black Converse sneakers and slung a $2,600 Prada bag over his body

The veteran TV star completed his ensemble with a pair of black Converse sneakers and slung a $2,600 Prada bag over his body

The sighting comes a month after a host of famous faces bid farewell to the longtime host after 17 years on A Current Affair

The sighting comes a month after a host of famous faces bid farewell to the longtime host after 17 years on A Current Affair

Tracy paid tribute to the entire Channel Nine team and paid tribute to ‘Daria’ who she says did her self-cue from the Today Show.

A string of high-profile Australians have paid tribute to Tracy, with her colleagues praising her journalistic skills and ability to connect with everyday Australians.

Anthony Albanese, Hamish and Andy, Kyle Sandilands, Ita Buttrose, John Howard, Ray Hadley and Leigh Sales were just a few of the familiar faces.

The show also took a trip down memory lane, returning to some of Tracy’s most notable interviews, including Sue and Lloyd Clarke – the parents of domestic abuse victim Hannah Clarke – the Irwin family and Olivia Newton John.

In a moving final episode, the TV veteran was honored by celebrities and everyday Australians his show has helped over the years

In a moving final episode, the TV veteran was honored by celebrities and everyday Australians his show has helped over the years

The veteran presenter, who has interviewed the likes of Oprah, Ellen Degeneres, Celine Dion and Sharon Stone over her 40-year career, received a bouquet of flowers as she bade viewers farewell.

The veteran presenter, who has interviewed the likes of Oprah, Ellen Degeneres, Celine Dion and Sharon Stone over her 40-year career, received a bouquet of flowers as she bade viewers farewell.

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