Lilly Becker opted for a relaxed look as she went for a beauty treatment at Wimbledon in London on Wednesday.
The model, 45, left The Glass House Clinic, which specializes in treatments including fillers, facials and anti-wrinkle injections.
Lilly, who is the estranged wife of tennis star Boris Becker, went make-up free for the outing where she donned a short-sleeved black jumpsuit.
Outing: Lilly Becker opted for a relaxed look in a black jumpsuit as she went for a beauty treatment at Wimbledon in London on Wednesday
She styled her brunette hair into a ponytail and also wore bright green and white sneakers.
Lilly carried a brown handbag for the day and completed her look with a gold necklace.
Lilly recently admitted she “completely broke down” when her estranged husband Boris was jailed for bankruptcy fraud in April.
It comes after British and American tennis legends Sue Barker and John McEnroe recently sent their support to Boris, 54, live.
Beauty: The model, 45, left The Glass House Clinic, which specializes in treatments including fillers, facials and anti-wrinkle injections
Casual: Lilly, who is Boris Becker’s estranged wife, went make-up free on the outing
Heartbroken: Lilly recently admitted she “completely broke down” when her estranged husband Boris Becker (pictured) was jailed for bankruptcy fraud in April.
During the BBC’s coverage of Wimbledon on Monday, seven-time Grand Slam champion McEnroe said during commentary: “Boris, we love you. We miss you man.’
Barker, anchoring the news for the last time in her career, added: “We really do, well said.”
Earlier this month, BBC viewers slammed commentator Andrew Castle after he told disgraced tennis star Boris Becker live that he was “looking forward to welcoming you back”.
Former tennis player Castle, 58, said this during the BBC’s live coverage of the Queen’s Clubs Championships on Friday.
He said: “I really missed Boris. I know he’s in jail and I know why. Boris, we look forward to welcoming you when you return.’
Relaxed: Lilly carried a brown handbag for the day and completed her look with a gold necklace
McEnroe also said he planned to visit Becker in prison while he was at the tournament in Great Britain.
He said: ‘Boris is my friend. This is just awful. I want to see him if possible and if he is willing to see people.
“I feel terrible.” He is one of the best players to ever play the game and I know that meant a lot to Boris. He’s been through a lot for a long time.’
In May, Lilly said she was still married to the tennis star and refused to divorce him – four years after reports the couple had split.
The Dutch model said she “completely broke down” when Boris was sentenced and “couldn’t believe” what she was hearing as she was “convinced” he would get a lighter sentence.
“I had to keep it together and I don’t know how I did it,” she said.
Trending: Lilly also sported round sunglasses with a silver diamond chain
She also told TalkTV’s Piers Morgan Uncensored that she is still married to Boris, despite reports suggesting the couple divorced in May 2018.
“I’m still his wife,” Lilly said. “How can she be an estranged wife but we are still very much married and have been ever since we went our separate ways.
“It was an intense and complete, true love story from the beginning. Everyone who knows us knows that. It’s not that I don’t want a divorce. We should settle our affairs at the proper time.’
Asked if she still loves Boris, she replied: ‘Of course I do.’
She also revealed that Boris is ‘doing well’ in prison and is ‘as good as can be’, but added: ‘It’s not a five-star hotel, is it?’
Boris arrived at Southwark Crown Court on April 29 with current partner and political risk analyst Lilian de Carvalho Monteiro, whom he began dating in 2020.
Relationship: In May, Lilly said she was still married to the tennis star and refused to divorce him – four years after reports the couple had split
Lilly revealed that she had told their son Amadeo, 12, that “daddy disobeyed the law and was on the wrong side” but had not spoken to him about the court proceedings.
She added: “I had no chance but to break my heart or his heart last Sunday and I wouldn’t wish that on anyone. It was the hardest thing I had to do with a 12 year old.
“He just couldn’t understand it. He still can’t. It breaks my heart, but it has made me a ”tiger mom”.
Lilly continued: “I just told a 12-year-old that his dad was in jail and the saddest part was that I couldn’t break it down because these kids are now on YouTube and the internet. The internet is cruel.”
Lily had said before, “I’m still his wife. An estranged wife as it may be, but we are still very much married and have been ever since we went our separate ways.
She said: “From the beginning it was an intense and complete, true love story. Everyone who knows us knows that. It’s not that I don’t want a divorce. We should take care of our business at the right time”
Judge Deborah Taylor handed the six-time Grand Slam champion a 30-month sentence, half of which he will serve, for hiding £2.5m of assets and loans to avoid paying his debts.
The three-time Wimbledon champion was declared bankrupt on June 21, 2017 and owes creditors almost £50m for an outstanding loan of more than £3m on his estate in Mallorca, Spain.
The former BBC commentator transferred almost €427,000 (around £390,000) from his business account to others, including Ms Becker and his other ex-wife Barbara Feltus.
Becker, who was given a two-year suspended sentence in Germany in 2002 for tax evasion and attempted tax evasion worth €1.7m (around £1.4m), was found guilty last month of four offenses under insolvency law between June 21 and October. 3, 2017.
It comes after British and American tennis legends Sue Barker and John McEnroe recently sent their support to Boris live on air (John McEnroe pictured with Sue Barker)
It was recently reported that Becker could be released from prison before Christmas by being deported to Germany.
Becker believes he would be licensed in Germany within weeks, as his home country has more lenient laws than the UK.
According to the Home Office, foreign nationals serving a prison sentence of more than 12 months are often deported “at the earliest opportunity” because it is considered “conducive to the public welfare”.
He has lived in west London since 2012 but never got around to applying for citizenship, despite declaring his intention seven years ago.
As part of the government’s early removal program, Becker could be sent to Germany as early as November.
A source told The Sun: “He is very confident he will be back in Germany before Christmas.
“He believes he would be licensed there by Christmas because they have a much more lenient court system.”
Future: It was recently reported that Becker could be released from prison before Christmas by being deported to Germany (Boris pictured with Lilly in 2017)