The actress who has just separated from her husband Arun Nayar and reportedly embarks on a new romance with Shane Warne, almost teared up in a church going.
Elizabeth Hurley has tried to overcome the heartache of her marriage split with a trip to church - but insists she is not "praying for my sins" following her romance with Shane Warne. The British actress/model revealed on Sunday, December 12 she has parted from her husband Arun Nayar, making the announcement just hours after revelations she spent two nights with cricket ace Warne at his London hotel last week.
Both Hurley and the sportsman have since insisted their respective marriages were over several months ago - but the "Austin Powers" actress couldn't resist a cheeky reference to the scandal when she attended a carol service with her eight-year-old son Damian on Wednesday.
She also admitted she feared she would break down in tears at the event - but actually found it "rousing" to sing some festive songs. In a post on her Twitter.com blog, Hurley writes, "In church - no, not praying for my sins, at my son's carol service. All my favourite carols, bound to cry... Who couldn't feel better after a rousing Hark the Herald Angels? Love Christmas and school's out. Yes!"