Steve Jacobs' ex-wife Rose shows off her stylish blonde pixie cut in Sydney

Steve Jacobs' ex-wife Rose shows off her stylish blonde pixie cut as she steps out in Sydney after returning to the spotlight with a new podcast

By Jo Scrimshire For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 01:21 BST, 3 September 2020 | Updated: 01:21 BST, 3 September 2020

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Rose Jacobs recently debuted a striking new look.

The TV presenter, who is the ex-wife of weatherman Stevie Jacobs, showed off her short blonde pixie cut while running errands in Sydney on Wednesday.

The 41-year-old was dressed casually in a pair of denim jeans and a mustard coloured cardigan.

Stepping out: Rose Jacobs, who is the ex-wife of weatherman Stevie Jacobs, showed off her short blonde pixie cut while running errands in Sydney on Wednesday

Stepping out: Rose Jacobs, who is the ex-wife of weatherman Stevie Jacobs, showed off her short blonde pixie cut while running errands in Sydney on Wednesday

She paired it with a grey tank top and white sneakers, and styled her hair with a scarf.

Rose was walking her dog, which she dressed in a cute pink coat.

The acclaimed journalist recently returned to media with the launch of her new financial podcast, Clever Money.

Casual: The 41-year-old was dressed casually in a pair of denim jeans and a mustard coloured cardigan

Comfortable: She paired it with a grey tank top and white sneakers, and styled her hair with a scarf

Casual: The 41-year-old was dressed casually in a pair of denim jeans and a mustard coloured cardigan

She's also partnered with Together Australia for an online show, which is aimed at helping everyday people through difficult financial times.

'I’m beyond delighted to be behind this campaign that is helping all of us through tough times, coming out stronger from the pandemic and being in charge of our own futures,' Rose announced on Instagram

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