Jasmine Yarbrough attended the funeral of her late grandmother on Friday, who passed away at the age of 96.
The shoe designer and wife of Today co-host Karl Stefanovic was spotted with her family at the funeral in Brisbane, Queensland, as the pallbearers carried the casket out of the church.
Jasmine, 37, wore a simple black dress and a matching face mask, and carried an order of service with a picture of her grandmother on the front.
She was spotted standing beside family members and other mourners as the procession continued.
The designer then began walking alongside her family, including her grandfather, arm-in-arm.
Jasmine’s sister Jade shared a sweet tribute to their grandmother on the same day.
The tribute was posted to Instagram and included a series of photos with a lovely message.
’96 years young. What a life lived,’ Jade wrote. ‘Not like any nana, but a second mumma to us and the matriarch of our family.’
‘Hand and hand forever. Hope you are dancing the night away now,’ she added.
The first picture is a recent photo of the two sisters with their grandmother at a function, while the last one, taken around the same time, sees Jade dancing with her.
An older photo is also shared in the post showing Jade and Jasmine as children smiling with their nan.
The sisters had been taking care of their grandmother for a while, with Jasmine flying into Brisbane, Queensland from covid-stricken Sydney last month to help look after her.
Jasmine’s husband, Karl Stefanovic, announced on-air in August that his wife had flown into hotel quarantine with their one-year-old daughter Harper May.
He said that she had acquired a special exemption from Queensland Health.
The TV host emphasised that Jasmine and Jade’s grandmother was ‘really, really, really sick’ at the time.
The shoe designer visited her ailing nan after she completed 14 days of hotel quarantine with Harper.
Last week, Jasmine shared a photo of her holding her grandmother’s hand in hospital as she sat by her bedside.
She wrote in the caption, ‘Nana ~ with you now and forever.’