She's been keeping a low-profile since returning to Australia two years ago, after spending almost a decade behind bars in Bali's notorious Kerobokan Prison.
But on Thursday, convicted drug trafficker Schapelle Corby was the centre of attention as she arrived the launch of her re-released autobiography, My Story, in Sydney.
The 42-year-old was all smiles as she proudly showed off her new book in one hand and a Louis Vuitton bag, which retails for around $3,000, in the other.
She has expensive taste! Schapelle Corby (pictured) has shown off her $3000 Louis Vuitton handbag at the launch of her autobiography, My Story, in Sydney
Schapelle made sure her book was on full display as she arrived at the event alongside her older sister, Mercedes Corby.
She looked very stylish indeed, wearing a patterned blouse, black pants and a pair of matching heels, and accessorised with black-rimmed glasses.
Schapelle's makeup consisted of dewy foundation, rosy cheeks and a glossy lip, and she styled her brunette hair loosely.
Back to reality: Schapelle couldn't be missed as she held the designer bag as well as her mobile phone in her hand as she arrived to the event
Schapelle's sister, Mercedes, wore beige pants, a black sleeveless top and flat shoes.
The former Ralph magazine cover girl also carried a Louis Vuitton bag, in addition to another handbag and a jacket.
Schapelle's bestselling 2006 autobiography, My Story, was re-released on Tuesday in updated form with several extra chapters.
Launch: Schapelle (right) made sure her re-revised autobiography was on full display as she arrived to the event alongside her sister, Mercedes Corby (left)
Supportive: Schapelle's proud sister, Mercedes (left), looked happier than ever as she posed alongside her at the