Real Housewives of Sydney Star Krissy Marsh Stuns in Red Attire at Exclusive Five-Hour Lunch at Royal Randwick Racecourse

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Krissy Marsh was a lady who lunches this weekend. 

The Real Housewives of Sydney star attended the Australian Turf Club’s Winter Long Lunch at both Royal Randwick Racecourse and Rosehill Gardens.

Describe as ‘the ultimate culinary experience’ the Randwick event saw a sold-out crowd of over 250 guests shell out $155 per person for a fantastic meal and a day of horse racing that lasts a whopping five hours. 

Krissy, 52, opted for a glamorous ensemble in all red, including a long sleeved dress with a sweetheart neckline and rose details at the shoulders. 

She added a wide brim red hat that matched her outfit and had on a bronzed makeup look with a dark pink lipstick.  

Real Housewives of Sydney Star Krissy Marsh Stuns in Red Attire at Exclusive Five-Hour Lunch at Royal Randwick Racecourse

Krissy Marsh (left) was a lady who lunches this weekend. The Real Housewives of Sydney star attended the Australian Turf Club’s Winter Long Lunch at both Royal Randwick Racecourse and Rosehill Gardens 

Krissy wore her brunette hair down around her face and had on a pair of statement earrings. 

She had a ball at the event, sipping drinks and cheering on the race alongside a friend. 

She also attended the Rosehill Gardens stop on the event’s schedule, opting for an all black look. 

It comes after Marsh dished on the Real Housewives of Sydney reboot after the series was initially cancelled for being ‘too mean’ during its first season.

Krissy, 52, opted for a glamorous ensemble in all red, including a long sleeved dress with a sweetheart neckline and rose details at the shoulders

Krissy, 52, opted for a glamorous ensemble in all red, including a long sleeved dress with a sweetheart neckline and rose details at the shoulders

Describe as 'the ultimate culinary experience' the Randwick event saw a sold-out crowd of over 250 guests shell out $155 per person for a fantastic meal and a day of horse racing that lasts a whopping five hours

Describe as ‘the ultimate culinary experience’ the Randwick event saw a sold-out crowd of over 250 guests shell out $155 per person for a fantastic meal and a day of horse racing that lasts a whopping five hours

She also attended the Rosehill Gardens stop on the event's schedule, opting for an all black look with a dramatic hat

She also attended the Rosehill Gardens stop on the event’s schedule, opting for an all black look with a dramatic hat 

The latest instalment saw Krissy, and Nicole O’Neill return with a new lineup of women late last year on Binge. 

Krissy spilled all the gossip on this year’s housewives to Daily Mail Australia as she spruiked her first cookbook The Real Krissy Marsh Cookbook. 

She told the publication that producers and new housewives alike were adamant about toning down the drama which sunk the first season. 

However, not all went to plan as she admitted things quickly fell apart when the housewives began arguing ‘even when the cameras were off’. 

Krissy said when the newest stars began filming, they claimed the show was ‘just acting’, but she warned them: ‘S**t will get real.’ 

‘They kept saying it. Then all of a sudden, s**t got real. People are crying. People are arguing. And it’s full on. From that point onwards, it’s full on,’ she said.

She added that the season two cast were ‘really shocked’ by the arguments and drama which naturally arose between them. 

Krissy’s tell-all came during her press circuit for her very first cookbook titled The Real Krissy Marsh Cookbook, which she said was ‘a labour of love’.  

It comes after Marsh dished on the Real Housewives of Sydney reboot after the series was initially cancelled for being 'too mean' during its first season

It comes after Marsh dished on the Real Housewives of Sydney reboot after the series was initially cancelled for being ‘too mean’ during its first season

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