Good morning America hostess Dr. Jen Ashton showed off her glamorous looks while returning to New York from Los Angeles.
The 53-year-old posted a smiling car selfie to Instagram on Sunday, looking stunning in stylish sunglasses.
Jen completed her look with a casual gray hoodie under a cream blazer.
The popular doctor, who recently returned from a trip to Costa Rica, accessorised with delicate gold necklaces and diamond stud earrings.
The GMA3 star appeared makeup-free, pulling her blonde hair back into a simple ponytail.
Jen captioned the snap: “Bye LA…see you soon.”
Her selfie comes after she revealed she has an “exciting new project” in the works.
Jen shared a black and white photo of herself looking glamorous with beachy waves and a sleeveless wrap top.
She captioned it: “Let the countdown begin!
“2 months from today I’m dropping an exciting new project!!! Stay tuned….”
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Robin Roberts said enthusiastically to Dr. Jen: “I can’t wait!”
Gio Benitez sent a slew of fire emojis, while GMA meteorologist Ginger Zee wrote, “Looking forward to it!!!”
Jen teased her new project for the first time earlier this year when she posed a photo of herself in a low-cut white top and yellow skirt.
She captioned the post: “Exciting things around the corner…this was an AMAZING photoshoot for one of my big projects of 2023!”
“Keep you posted.”
Aside from having a new project in the works, Jen recently announced that she’s won an award for her work.
Earlier this month, she was honored with the 2023 Woman Changing The World Award by the American Heart Association.
Sharing the celebratory news on Instagram, she wrote, “Thank you @american_heart @nancyatheart for this tremendous honor.
“Growing up in a purely medical family, with a cardiologist father and a nurse mother, literally meant medicine was in my blood.
“As an OBGYN, I’m the primary care physician for women of all ages, and that means I’m often the only doctor they see.
“This means that the responsibility for the screening, prevention and detection of heart diseases is the focus of my work.”
The GMA3 presenter added, “As senior medical correspondent for the #1 network in the country, it’s my job to research all the medical news our viewers need to know and interpret it so people go home more informed and empowered.” can go to achieve more health and wellness.
“…THIS is why I feel so responsible to my patients and to our viewers. And thank you to my entire team at @abcnews for the passion we bring to our medical department every day.”