LISA Armstrong posed for a glamorous selfie with "wonky" lip liner as she continues her divorce battle with estranged husband Ant McPartlin.
The 43-year-old looked confident in the snap, which she uploaded to Twitter today.
In the photo, Lisa is pouting at the camera while wearing a pair of mirrored sunglasses.
The make-up artist, who split from the I'm A Celeb host last year, also wore a sparkly hair grip and speckled scarf.
She wrote: "Hair clip in, shades on, wonky lip liner…. Who cares….All in a days work!!! #girlsthatwork."
Fans rushed to compliment the post, with one writing: "You’re looking amazing girl, love the hair."
Another said: "Love those sunglasses completely rocking the look u go girl."
A third commented: "Loving the hair clip…lol! You rock it girl!"
Lisa has been going through a tough time as she continues her divorce battle.
The Sun previously revealed talks have broken down between the pair over a gag order.
It seems increasingly likely their dispute could end up in a public mud-slinging showdown at the High Court in London, which Ant is desperate to avoid.
Lisa is refusing to sign the non-disclosure agreement (NDA) — and Ant will not agree to a financial settlement until she does.
Sources close to Lisa’s camp say Ant’s side are sending regular legal letters, running up a massive bill thought to have already passed the £1.5million mark.
Ant’s legal team wants to avoid going to court, which could mean excruciating details of the couple’s 12-year marriage being made public.
After his drink-drive crash in March last year, time in rehab for addiction to painkillers and relationship with his former PA Anne-Marie Corbett — who Lisa considered a friend — Ant has rebuilt his image and been given a second chance by the public.
A source close to the couple told The Sun: “Lisa is an honest, loyal and decent human being. She isn’t interested in how much money she gets.
“She told her dad Derek on his death bed earlier this year that she would stand strong and she’s not about to go back on her word. She won’t sign an NDA. As far as she’s concerned, he is welcome to his money."
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