After three years following the tragic death of her husband John, television personality Kerri-Anne Kennerley, has started a new life in Sydney’s Double Bay.
In April, she moved out of her Woollahra home and into her new home.
She says it was a very nerve-racking experience, especially after she sold all of her possessions following the death of her mother, Grace, in May.
She says that she didn’t need a huge house, and it served as an emotional reminder of her mother’s passing. She also says that it was time for her to start a new chapter in her life.
After Ten decided not to renew her contract in 2020, she said that she’d like to return to television.
She’s a “news junkie,” and if the right project came up, she’d “love to return on my own terms.”
She says that she’ll never go back to working five days a week. Free-to-air television has changed completely due to the rise of streaming.
She’s sad to see how programs such as her former show, which was on Ten, have started to lose their cultural significance.
She claims that the producers of her show were scared, and she blames them for not wanting to renew her contract.
During her time on the program, she became known for her outspoken opinions, which led to her becoming the face of the anti-woke movement.
She says that she never expected to be associated with such a controversial movement, and she was surprised by how people responded to her statements.