Weatherman Steve Jacobs' ex-wife Rosie unveils a glamorous new look

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Weatherman Steve Jacobs’ ex-wife Rosie looks like a completely different person as she unveils glamorous new look at gala


She has been sporting a cropped brunette hairstyle for the last few years.

But Rosie Jacobs, the ex wife of Weatherman Steve Jacobs, unveiled a new look on Thursday evening.

The 42-year-old showed off her longer locks as she hosted the NSW Tourism Awards in Wagga Wagga.

Red hot: Rosie Jacobs, the ex wife of Weatherman Steve Jacobs, unveiled a new look on Thursday evening

Red hot: Rosie Jacobs, the ex wife of Weatherman Steve Jacobs, unveiled a new look on Thursday evening

Rosie sported a chest-length wig with fringe for the occasion, and the weft totally transformed her look.

The mother-of-two also dressed to the nines, showing off her yoga-honed figure in a strapless red gown.

She completed her glamorous attire with bejewelled earrings and bracelet and a slick of red lipstick to match her dress.

Rosie often sport wigs and rocked another gorgeous hairpiece when she was filming for the NSW Tourism Board last year.  

Transformation: The 42-year-old showed off her longer locks as she hosted the NSW Tourism Awards in Wagga Wagga. Rosie sported a chest-length wig with fringe for the occasion, and the weft totally transformed her look

Transformation: The 42-year-old showed off her longer locks as she hosted the NSW Tourism Awards in Wagga Wagga. Rosie sported a chest-length wig with fringe for the occasion, and the weft totally transformed her look

Rosie told News.com.au that she decided to trim her brunette locks after she contracted dengue fever while living in Vanuatu with her family.

‘When I was living in Vanuatu, I unfortunately contracted dengue fever, which is something that is similar to malaria. It’s a mosquito-born virus that’s really common in tropical environments,’ she began. 

The long and short of it: Rosie often sport wigs and rocked another gorgeous hairpiece when she was filming for the NSW Tourism Board last year

The long and short of it: Rosie often sport wigs and rocked another gorgeous hairpiece when she was filming for the NSW Tourism Board last year

‘The reason I cut my hair initially was that I actually had a health situation which most people don’t know about,’ the mother-of-two explained.

Rosie explained it was much easier to maintain shorter locks and feel comfortable amid Vanuatu’s soaring temperatures.

‘I was extremely unwell for a period of time,’ she said. 

Health scare: Rosie told News.com.au that she decided to trim her brunette locks after she contracted dengue fever while living in Vanuatu with her family

Health scare: Rosie told News.com.au that she decided to trim her brunette locks after she contracted dengue fever while living in Vanuatu with her family 

Rosie started her career as a television producer, but is perhaps best known for hosting a variety of shows on Nine, 10, Foxtel and The Weather Channel. 

She married Steve, 54, in 2010, but they divorced nine years later in 2019.

Blonde ambition: She later dyed her hair blonde

Blonde ambition: She later dyed her hair blonde 

Ex factor: Rosie married former Today weatherman Steve Jacobs (right) in 2010, but they divorced nine years later in 2019. Pictured together at a charity gala in Sydney in December 2015

Ex factor: Rosie married former Today weatherman Steve Jacobs (right) in 2010, but they divorced nine years later in 2019. Pictured together at a charity gala in Sydney in December 2015

The former couple share daughters Isabella, 10, and Francesca, eight.  

Steve and Rosie married three years after meeting on the set of the Today show, where he was a star weather presenter and she was a behind-the-scenes producer.

They separated in late 2017, just a few months after relocating to Vanuatu in what friends described as a ‘last-ditch attempt’ to save their seven-year marriage. 

Claim to fame: Rosie started her career as a television producer, but is perhaps best known for hosting a variety of shows on Nine, 10, Foxtel and The Weather Channel

Claim to fame: Rosie started her career as a television producer, but is perhaps best known for hosting a variety of shows on Nine, 10, Foxtel and The Weather Channel

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