Erin Holland leaves a hair salon in Sydney as husband Ben Cutting isolates in Covid-ravaged India 


Erin Holland leaves a hair salon in Sydney as she tries to keep herself distracted while her new husband Ben Cutting isolates in Covid-ravaged India just two months after their wedding

Her new husband Ben Cutting is one of many Australian cricket stars unable to return home from Covid-ravaged India, with Australia’s borders slammed shut until at least May 15.

And Erin Holland, 31, found a way to distract herself from the heartache of being separated from her spouse on Thursday as she visited a hair salon in Alexandria, Sydney. 

The former Miss World Australia looked to be deep in thought as she departed the salon with a blow-dried mane.  

Keeping distracted: Erin Holland, 31, (pictured) was spotted leaving a hair salon in Sydney on Thursday as she kept herself distracted while new husband Ben Cutting isolates in Covid-ravaged India

Looking effortlessly stylish, the pageant queen donned a green-and-black puffer jacket, matching leggings and a baggy black T-shirt. 

She completed her look with a pair of black sneakers and a heavy application of makeup.

Erin also sported her huge diamond engagement ring from Ben, who she married in a lavish Byron Bay ceremony in February. 

Chic: Looking effortlessly stylish, the pageant queen donned a green-and-black puffer jacket, matching leggings and a baggy black T-shirt

Glamorous: She completed her look with a pair of black sneakers and a heavy application of makeup

Chic: Looking effortlessly stylish, the pageant queen donned a green-and-black puffer jacket, matching leggings and a baggy black T-shirt

Erin made headlines on Tuesday when she described Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s ban on Australians returning from India as ‘upsetting’.  

‘I think the Prime Minister did what he thought he had to do. It’s really upsetting, absolutely, and now I’m dealing with this personally, but I think I can see both sides of the fence,’ she told The Morning Crew on 2Day Fm. 

‘If there was an obvious right answer I think we’d be making it.’

Deep in thought: The former Miss World Australia looked to be deep in thought as she departed the salon with a blow-dried mane

Deep in thought: The former Miss World Australia looked to be deep in thought as she departed the salon with a blow-dried mane

Erin went on to reveal Ben was feeling ‘a little bit nervous’ after one of the athletes he regularly trains with tested positive to COVID-19.  

‘There’s a lot of panic among the guys, which you can completely appreciate, but on the same note they did elect to go over there, they did know the risk,’ she added. 

On Monday, Erin posted a photo of herself Ben to Instagram alongside touching caption dedicated to her husband. 

'It's really upsetting, absolutely, and now I'm dealing with this personally': Erin made headlines on Tuesday when she described Prime Minister Scott Morrison's ban on Australians returning from India as 'upsetting'

‘It’s really upsetting, absolutely, and now I’m dealing with this personally’: Erin made headlines on Tuesday when she described Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s ban on Australians returning from India as ‘upsetting’

Fears: Erin went on to reveal Ben was feeling 'a little bit nervous' after one of the athletes he regularly trains with tested positive to COVID-19

Fears: Erin went on to reveal Ben was feeling ‘a little bit nervous’ after one of the athletes he regularly trains with tested positive to COVID-19

‘Feels like I’ve been gone an age, but you’ve been gone longer. Missing you Ben,’ she wrote.

Ben is one of many Australian cricket stars, including Steve Smith and Pat Cummins, unable to return home with Australia’s borders slammed shut until at least May 15. 

Thirty-four Australians remain in India – 12 players, 11 coaches, four commentators, two umpires and five support staff, as well as a commentator from New Zealand who lives in Australia.

As many as 9,000 Australians – including the country’s top cricket players – have been stranded in India by the government’s ban on flights from the Covid-ravaged nation until May 15.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison suspended all direct commercial flights and chartered repatriation flights last Tuesday as India suffers a huge surge in cases and deaths. 

Separated: Ben (right) is one of many Australian cricket stars, including Steve Smith and Pat Cummins, unable to return home with Australia's borders slammed shut until at least May 15

Separated: Ben (right) is one of many Australian cricket stars, including Steve Smith and Pat Cummins, unable to return home with Australia’s borders slammed shut until at least May 15

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