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Fiona Falkiner holds hands with Lara Creber in Sydney

By Hannah Paine For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 01:57 EST, 20 December 2017 | Updated: 03:27 ES..

By Hannah Paine For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 01:57 EST, 20 December 2017 | Updated: 03:27 EST, 20 December 2017

She's taking an eight-week break from exercise as she recovers from surgery on her feet.

But Fiona Falkiner has got plenty of support to lean on, the model enlisting the help of her girlfriend Lara Creber on Wednesday.

The former Biggest Loser host appeared to limp as she crossed the street wearing moon boots on bandaged feet as the couple paid a visit to Dan Murphys liquor store.

Lean on me! Fiona Falkiner holds hands with girlfriend Lara Creber while crossing a Sydney street after undergoing foot surgery

Lean on me! Fiona Falkiner holds hands with girlfriend Lara Creber while crossing a Sydney street after undergoing foot surgery

Fiona held Lara's hand as she crossed a street, also appearing to lean on her lady love for support.

The model looked every bit the boho babe in a breezy patterned maxi dress, wearing her hair back from her face in a ponytail.

Meanwhile, Fiona's girlfriend Lara looked equally summer-ready, wearing a pair of linen shorts with a tank top.

Close: Fiona held Lara's hand as she crossed a street, also appearing to lean on her lady love for supportClose: Fiona held Lara's hand as she crossed a street, also appearing to lean on her lady love for supportClose: Fiona held Lara's hand as she crossed a street, also appearing to lean on her lady love for supportClose: Fiona held Lara's hand as she crossed a street, also appearing to lean on her lady love for support

Close: Fiona held Lara's hand as she crossed a street, also appearing to lean on her lady love for support

Helping hand: Fiona could be seen leaning on Lara as they made their way across a street Helping hand: Fiona could be seen leaning on Lara as they made their way across a street 

Helping hand: Fiona could be seen leaning on Lara as they made their way across a street

Helping Fiona across the street, Lara raised a hand in thanks to a car who had stopped and let them cross the road.

Fiona could also be seen walking solo through a car park, holding her car key in one hand.

Earlier this month, Fiona revealed on Instagram she would be undergoing surgery on her feet and would not be able to exercise for eight weeks while recovering.

Cheers! Helping Fiona across the street, Lara raised a hand in thanks to a car who had stopped and let them cross the road Cheers! Helping Fiona across the street, Lara raised a hand in thanks to a car who had stopped and let them cross the road 

Cheers! Helping Fiona across the street, Lara raised a hand in thanks to a car who had stopped and let them cross the road

Loved up: In October, Fiona confirmed she was dating personal trainer Lara after meeting on holiday in South America earlier that yearLoved up: In October, Fiona confirmed she was dating personal trainer Lara after meeting on holiday in South America earlier that year

Loved up: In October, Fiona confirmed she was dating personal trainer Lara after meeting on holiday in South America earlier that year

Heading home? Fiona could also be seen walking solo through a car park, holding her car key in one handHeading home? Fiona could also be seen walking solo through a car park, holding her car key in one handHeading home? Fiona could also be seen walking solo through a car park, holding her car key in one handHeading home? Fiona could also be seen walking solo through a car park, holding her car key in one hand

Heading home? Fiona could also be seen walking solo through a car park, holding her car key in one hand

While posting photos of her bandaged feet and a wheelchair after undergoing surgery, Fiona is yet to specify what the operation was for. Daily Mail Australia has contacted her representatives for comment.

Meanwhile in October, Fiona confirmed she was dating personal trainer Lara after meeting on holiday in South America earlier that year.

'There’s nothing ‘scandalous’ about it. Lara and I met on a trip to South America and I’m all about falling in a love with a person and yes, I’ve fallen in love with Lara,' she told Cosmopolitan.

Taking a break: Earlier this month, Fiona revealed she would be undergoing surgery on her feet and would not be able to exercise for eight weeks while recoveringTaking a break: Earlier this month, Fiona revealed she would be undergoing surgery on her feet and would not be able to exercise for eight weeks while recoveringTaking a break: Earlier this month, Fiona revealed she would be undergoing surgery on her feet and would not be able to exercise for eight weeks while recoveringTaking a break: Earlier this month, Fiona revealed she would be undergoing surgery on her feet and would not be able to exercise for eight weeks while recovering

Taking a break: Earlier this month, Fiona revealed she would be undergoing surgery on her feet and would not be able to exercise for eight weeks while recovering

Hasn't said: While posting photos of a wheelchair after undergoing surgery, Fiona is yet to specify what the operation was forHasn't said: While posting photos of a wheelchair after undergoing surgery, Fiona is yet to specify what the operation was for

Hasn't said: While posting photos of a wheelchair after undergoing surgery, Fiona is yet to specify what the operation was for

'All I want for Christmas...is two good feet!': Taking to Instagram on Tuesday, Fiona shared this photo of her bandaged feet 'All I want for Christmas...is two good feet!': Taking to Instagram on Tuesday, Fiona shared this photo of her bandaged feet 

'All I want for Christmas…is two good feet!': Taking to Instagram on Tuesday, Fiona shared this photo of her bandaged feet

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Subscriptions in excess of $3 million were received and as a result, the SPP was closed with immediate effect.

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