She recently spoke about how motherhood had changed her life, after welcoming her sons Rocket, three, and Racer, one, with husband Sam Worthington.
But before settling into married life with her actor husband Sam Worthington, Lara Bingle was better known for her wild partying and tabloid-baiting antics in the late 2000s.
From driving bans to a cancelled reality TV show and a now-infamous leaked naked photo scandal, the 31-year-old has certainly racked up her fair share of headlines.
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From a driving ban and cancelled reality show to THAT naked photo leak: How Lara Bingle, 31, transformed from Noughties party girl to doting mother-of-two and wife
Lara first rose to fame as the bikini-clad blonde in Tourism Australia’s ‘So where the bloody hell are you?’ advertising campaign in 2006.
While the adverts and billboards catapulted her into the limelight Down Under, her image was banned from British TV after the slogan was deemed too risqué.
Capitalising on her newfound fame, Lara joined Channel Nine’s celebrity ice skating show Torvill and Dean’s Dancing on Ice later that year, placing runner-up.
She later set tongues wagging when she promoted the same network’s Ashes coverage dressed in just a bikini and cricket pads.
Fresh-faced: Lara shot to fame as the bikini-clad blonde in Tourism Australia’s ‘Where the bloody hell are you?’ campaign in 2006
Taking centre-stage: She performed at Channel Nine’s AFL Grand Final Footy Show at Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne later that year in scanty clothing
She returned to the headlines again in 2010 when a naked photo of her was leaked – allegedly by former AFL star Brendan Fevola, who took the snap during their brief fling in 2006.
The photo, which showed her in the shower, was allegedly circulated among the ranks of Australia’s cricket and football players.
In March 2010, Lara began legal proceedings against Brendan over the leak but never went through with it.
Bouncing back from the scandal, the model tried her hand at another reality TV show, Being Lara Bingle, which premiered on Network Ten in 2012.
The 10-part series wasn’t renewed for a second season.
Oh dear: She hit the headlines in 2010 when a naked photo of her in the shower was leaked – allegedly by former AFL star Brendan Fevola during their brief fling in 2006 (pictured, Brendan with his wife Alex)
The Cronulla native was back on the front page again in late 2012, when she was banned from driving for a year and fined $3,500 for driving while suspended and fleeing the scene of a traffic accident.
In January 2014, she agreed to take six-week traffic offenders’ program after being caught driving on a cancelled licence.
And in May that year, she was handed a six-month suspended jail sentence for twice driving without a licence. She was also fined $2,000 and banned for driving for two years.
Brush with the law: The Cronulla native was banned from driving for a year in 2012 and fined $3,500 for driving while suspended and fleeing the scene of a traffic accident
Not model behaviour: She fronted court again for driving on a cancelled licence and was ordered to complete a six-week traffic offenders’ program
Meanwhile in her personal life, Lara was previously engaged to cricketer Michael Clarke but eventually married Avatar star Sam Worthington.
She has since moved away from the celebrity spotlight to focus on caring for the couple’s young sons.
Lara recently reflected on how motherhood forced her to grow up after living a life that revolved around ‘parties’ in her twenties.
Maturity: On the romance side of things, the star was previously engaged to cricketer Michael Clarke, but later married Avatar star Sam Worthington (pictured with their son Rocket in New York in 2006)
‘As a mum, you can doubt yourself, so it’s good to talk to others going through the same thing,’ she told Harper’s BAZAAR Australia this month.
‘But it’s also important to step out of the mum bubble and have other friends to talk to, just to get a different perspective on things.’
She added: ‘My twenties were about travel, parties, exploring, less responsibility. My thirties feel more about routine and are more grounded. We travel a lot – we will always be a nomadic family, which I like.’
Moving on: Bingle recently reflected on how motherhood baby forced her to grow up after living a life that revolved around ‘parties’ in her twenties