Dani Laidley made her red carpet debut at the 2022 Brownlow Medal on Sunday night with partner Donna Leckie by her side.
The AFL legend, 55, brought a touch of old Hollywood glamor to the carpet in a stunning off-the-shoulder white dress.
Dani was glamorous for the outing and her makeup palette consisted of a dewy foundation and a smoky eye.
She had her blonde locks out and completed her ensemble with heels.
Dani complemented her look with a glittery silver handbag.
Donna, meanwhile, stunned in a white dress that featured a thigh opening and a long tail.
It comes after the legendary trainer told The Herald Sun she hasn’t ruled out coaching in the future, but not at an elite level.
“The itch is there, it’s always there,” she told the publication.
“I love coaching and developing people and bringing them out at their best. I’m not sure what that will look like in the future,” explained Dani.
“I wouldn’t go anywhere near elite level coaching, I wouldn’t believe it, but it might be time to give back at lower levels, community levels, something that I really enjoyed before.
Dani explained that she always thought football was her calling, but fate could take her in a different direction.
Laidley also said she’s glad to be able to enjoy her life now after years of living her life in fear.
The sighting comes after Dani recently spoke for the first time about the devastating moment she found out Victoria Police officers had released photos drawing public attention to her transition to being a woman.
Danielle was arrested in 2020 for stalking and violating a domestic violence order, resulting in an 18-month bond of good behavior with no conviction or fine.
The officers who took her into custody leaked a photo of her in a wig and makeup on social media, and it soon went viral.
Dani said she found the entire legal process “consistently difficult” and slammed the cops who leaked the photos.
“The photos were an invasion of privacy,” she told 60 Minutes.
The Victoria Police Internal Disciplinary Committee ordered 11 officers ranging in rank from constable to sergeant to pay Laidley up to $3,000 out of their own pocket.