Grey 's Anatomy star Kate Walsh, 53, shows off her beach body in Perth

Grey ‘s Anatomy : She found herself ‘stuck’ in Australia in March due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

But it seems like Kate Walsh’s holiday Down Under has become a permanent move, as she looked very much at home during a trip to the beach in Perth on Saturday.

The New York City native, 53, couldn’t wipe the smile off her face as she soaked up the sun in a patterned orange bikini.

Feels good to be home! Grey's Anatomy star Kate Walsh, 53, showed off her bikini body at the beach in Perth on Saturday after relocating from New York City to Australia

Feels good to be home! Grey’s Anatomy star Kate Walsh, 53, showed off her bikini body at the beach in Perth on Saturday after relocating from New York City to Australia

The Grey’s Anatomy star tied her brunette hair in a no-fuss ponytail and accessorised with a trio of dainty necklaces.

The actress, who is also known for her roles in Private Practice and 13 Reasons Why, appeared to go makeup free, drawing attention to her ageless features.

She was joined by her dog Rosie, who looked very happy indeed while splashing about in the surf.

 

Cheerful: The New York City native, 53, couldn’t wipe the smile off her face as she soaked up the sun in a patterned orange bikini

 

Sizzling: The Grey’s Anatomy star tied her brunette hair in a no-fuss ponytail and accessorised with a trio of dainty necklaces

 

 

Natural beauty: The actress, who is also known for her roles in Private Practice and 13 Reasons Why, appeared to go makeup free, drawing attention to her ageless features

Who's a good girl? She was joined by her dog Rosie, who looked very happy indeed while splashing about in the surf

Who’s a good girl? She was joined by her dog Rosie, who looked very happy indeed while splashing about in the surf

Long journey: Kate had arranged for Rosie and her cat Pablo to be flown over from America last week, in a major clue her move to Australia is a permanent one

Long journey: Kate had arranged for Rosie and her cat Pablo to be flown over from America last week, in a major clue her move to Australia is a permanent one

Kate had arranged for Rosie and her cat Pablo to be flown over from America last week, in a major clue her move to Australia is a permanent one.

The journey took the animals 15 days in total and was facilitated by an international pet travel service.

While she never intended to relocate to Australia, the Umbrella Academy star has made herself at home on the west coast amid the coronavirus pandemic.

 

Laying down roots: The journey took the animals 15 days in total and was facilitated by an international pet travel service

Here to stay: While she never intended to relocate to Australia, the Umbrella Academy star has made herself at home on the west coast amid the coronavirus pandemic
Grey ‘s Anatomy

Here to stay: While she never intended to relocate to Australia, the Umbrella Academy star has made herself at home on the west coast amid the coronavirus pandemic

‘I didn’t really want to go back to New York in the middle of a pandemic when it was pretty gnarly to say the least,’ she told Sydney’s Daily Telegraph.

‘I couldn’t go home initially, and now that I can, I don’t really fancy going back. When I have my own mother saying don’t come home, my 86-year-old mum… we are in a very challenging time!’

Kate now plans to support Australia’s local film industry after it suffered enormously due to the global pandemic.

 

Smart decision: ‘I didn’t really want to go back to New York in the middle of a pandemic when it was pretty gnarly to say the least,’ Kate told Sydney’s Daily Telegraph

 

Not going anyway: ‘I couldn’t go home initially, and now that I can, I don’t really fancy going back. we are in a very challenging time!’ she added

 

 

Giving back: Kate now plans to support Australia’s local film industry after it suffered enormously due to the global pandemic. She recently told 2GB’s Jim Wilson she felt ‘very grateful’ to be in Australia during the Covid-19 crisis

Relative safety: 'Honestly, I feel very lucky [to be in Australia],' she said. 'It's kind of a crazy situation: it's like being in an alternate reality compared to the rest of the world'

 

Relative safety: ‘Honestly, I feel very lucky [to be in Australia],’ she said. ‘It’s kind of a crazy situation: it’s like being in an alternate reality compared to the rest of the world’

She recently told 2GB’s Jim Wilson she felt ‘very grateful’ to be in Australia during the Covid-19 crisis.

‘Honestly, I feel very lucky,’ she said. ‘It’s kind of a crazy situation: it’s like being in an alternate reality compared to the rest of the world.’

Grey’s Anatomy is available to stream on Stan in Australia 

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Settling in: She found herself 'stuck' in Australia in March due to the Covid-19 pandemic, but it seems like Kate's holiday Down Under has become a permanent move
Grey ‘s Anatomy

Settling in: She found herself ‘stuck’ in Australia in March due to the Covid-19 pandemic, but it seems like Kate’s holiday Down Under has become a permanent move

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