Lisa Curry is spotted out with husband Mark Tabone in Caloundra after talking about daughter's death

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Just days after speaking out about her daughter Jaimi’s tragic death, Lisa Curry was spotted out with her husband Mark Tabone in Caloundra on Wednesday.

The 59-year-old retired competitive swimmer was seen walking alongside her husband of four years during an outing in Queensland.

Lisa stepped out in a summery ensemble, pairing a long white asymmetrical skirt with a patterned white top.

Out and about: Just days after speaking out about her daughter Jaimi's tragic death, Lisa Curry was spotted out with her husband Mark Tabone in Caloundra on Wednesday

Out and about: Just days after speaking out about her daughter Jaimi’s tragic death, Lisa Curry was spotted out with her husband Mark Tabone in Caloundra on Wednesday

She also carried a colourful woven handbag, and rounded out her boho-inspired ensemble with a pair of jewelled sandals.

Lisa carried a denim jacket, while her blonde hair was piled into an updo, and she appeared heavily made up.

She accessorised with a pair of dangly earrings, and carried a colourful tote bag on one of her shoulders. 

Lending support: The 59-year-old retired competitive swimmer was spotted walking alongside her husband of four years during an outing in Queensland

Lending support: The 59-year-old retired competitive swimmer was spotted walking alongside her husband of four years during an outing in Queensland

Casual outing: Lisa stepped out in a summery ensemble, pairing a long white asymmetrical skirt with a patterned white top

In the details: She also carried a colourful woven handbag, and rounded out her boho-inspired ensemble with a pair of jewelled sandals

Casual outing: Lisa stepped out in a summery ensemble, pairing a long white asymmetrical skirt with a patterned white top

Meanwhile, Mark, 55, stepped out in a pair of black pants, which he teamed with a white T-shirt and black brogues.

The entertainer had his arms full with a tripod and what appeared to be tech equipment, with a heavy-looking black bag balancing on one of his shoulders.

Lisa and Mark arrived in a silver-grey car, and after parking, proceeded to pull their belongings out of the boot.

Beauty: Lisa carried a denim jacket, while her blonde hair was piled into an updo, and she appeared heavily made up

Beauty: Lisa carried a denim jacket, while her blonde hair was piled into an updo, and she appeared heavily made up

In the bag: She accessorised with a pair of dangly earrings, and carried a colourful tote bag on one of her shoulders

In the bag: She accessorised with a pair of dangly earrings, and carried a colourful tote bag on one of her shoulders

It’s believed the former sports star was on her way to a reading for her new autobiography, Lisa: A Memoir – 60 Years of Life, Love & Loss. 

In a candid interview with the ABC’s Australian Story on Monday, Lisa spoke about coming to terms with Jaimi’s death at age 33 in September 2020.  

She revealed she’s still trying to process her daughter’s death and has been in a constant state of mourning for two years.

Monochrome: Mark, 55, stepped out in a pair of black pants, which he teamed with a white T-shirt and black brogues

Monochrome: Mark, 55, stepped out in a pair of black pants, which he teamed with a white T-shirt and black brogues

Caught on camera: The entertainer had his arms full with a tripod and what appeared to be tech equipment, with a heavy-looking black bag balancing on one of his shoulders

Putting pen to paper: It's believed the former sports star was on her way to a reading for her new autobiography, Lisa: A Memoir - 60 Years of Life, Love & Loss

Caught on camera: The entertainer had his arms full with a tripod and what appeared to be tech equipment, with a heavy-looking black bag balancing on one of his shoulders

Lisa’s eldest daughter had been battling alcoholism and an eating disorder in the years leading up to her tragic death. 

‘Jaimi was only 33, she had a whole life to live. I haven’t been able to talk about it because you can see what it does to me,’ said a tearful Lisa. 

She added: ‘All I’ve done for two years is sit and cry and eat… you know, I feel like s**t.’ 

Tragic: In a candid interview with the ABC's Australian Story on Monday, Lisa spoke about coming to terms with Jaimi's death at age 33 in September 2020

Tragic: In a candid interview with the ABC’s Australian Story on Monday, Lisa spoke about coming to terms with Jaimi’s death at age 33 in September 2020

Grieving: She revealed she's still trying to process her daughter's death and has been in a constant state of mourning for two years

Grieving: She revealed she’s still trying to process her daughter’s death and has been in a constant state of mourning for two years

Driving around: Lisa and Mark arrived in a silver-grey car, and after parking, proceeded to pull their belongings out of the boot

Driving around: Lisa and Mark arrived in a silver-grey car, and after parking, proceeded to pull their belongings out of the boot

Lisa, who shared Jaimi with ex-husband Grant Kenny, revealed that she wishes she were able to help out other families in a similar situation. 

‘I’m still in a state where I’m still trying to work it out, because if I can help someone else,’ she said.

‘Here’s something that I’ve learnt, it might help another family. But I don’t know… I can’t seem to do it. It’s annoying. If I knew the answers I’d be shouting them to the world.’ 

Troubled: Lisa's eldest daughter Jaimi (left) had been battling alcoholism and an eating disorder in the years leading up to her tragic death

Troubled: Lisa’s eldest daughter Jaimi (left) had been battling alcoholism and an eating disorder in the years leading up to her tragic death 

Lisa broke her silence on the final night of Jaimi’s life in an extract from her new memoir, where she detailed how her daughter had called her saying she was vomiting blood. 

An ambulance was called, and Lisa and her former husband Grant, 58, rushed to her side as she was admitted to hospital. 

At first, Jaimi’s parents were told she was stable and under sedation – and seeing as she had episodes of vomiting blood in the past, they hoped for the best. 

'Jaimi was only 33, she had a whole life to live. I haven't been able to talk about it because you can see what it does to me,' said a tearful Lisa

‘Jaimi was only 33, she had a whole life to live. I haven’t been able to talk about it because you can see what it does to me,’ said a tearful Lisa

'All I've done for two years is sit and cry and eat... you know, I feel like s**t,' she told Australian Story on Monday

‘All I’ve done for two years is sit and cry and eat… you know, I feel like s**t,’ she told Australian Story on Monday

However, 40 minutes after they left, the pair were called back, and learned Jaimi had been put on a ventilator, as her condition had become critical.   

‘I ran to her and called softly, “Jaimi, Jaimi, it’s Mum. Open your eyes, baby, open your eyes. Squeeze my hand if you can hear me,”‘ Lisa writes in the extract, as published by The Daily Telegraph.

‘But there was no response, there was just nothing. I was numb.’ 

Horrific: Lisa broke her silence on the final night of Jaimi's life in an extract from her new memoir, where she detailed how her daughter had called her saying she was vomiting blood

Horrific: Lisa broke her silence on the final night of Jaimi’s life in an extract from her new memoir, where she detailed how her daughter had called her saying she was vomiting blood 

While the pair were at the hospital, Jaimi’s kidneys shut down, and a doctor delivered the devastating news. 

‘Jaimi will die tonight,’ the doctor told Lisa, as the grieving mother tried to prepare herself for the worst. 

‘Hearing those words, I was sobbing. “No, no, no, I’m not ready!” Even though we’d known for years this time would come, we didn’t want it to be real,’ she writes. 

If you or someone you know needs support, contact Lifeline on 13 11 14, Beyond Blue on 1300 22 4636 or Kids Helpline on 1800 55 1800 

'Hearing those words, I was sobbing. "No, no, no, I'm not ready!" Even though we'd known for years this time would come, we didn't want it to be real,' she wrote of her daughter's death

‘Hearing those words, I was sobbing. “No, no, no, I’m not ready!” Even though we’d known for years this time would come, we didn’t want it to be real,’ she wrote of her daughter’s death

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