Sam Frost looks beautiful in a gorgeous 1950s pink dress

Nothing was going to rain on Sam Frost’s parade as she continued to promote her new book Believe on Wednesday.

The former Home and Away star made sure to keep her pristine 1950s pink dress dry when she left an interview on Channel Seven’s The Morning Show.

A publicist held an umbrella over the actress as she ran from Seven’s Martin Place studios in Sydney to a waiting car.

Beautiful in pink! Nothing was going to rain on Sam Frost’s parade as she continued to promote her new book Believe on Wednesday

The 32-year-old increased her height with a pair of beige strappy heels and wore her blonde locks in a chic bun.

She was wearing earrings and was carrying a beige designer bag.

During her interview, Sam revealed that she doesn’t regret posting a now infamous video to Instagram in October about her hesitation against Covid vaccination.

The star admitted that she “could have done it differently” afterwards, during an interview in The Morning Show.

“I could have changed my language and the things I said, but I think a great lesson has been learned,” Sam said, seemingly referring to her use of the word “segregation” when speaking of restrictions on the non -vaccinated .

VIP service!  The former Home and Away star made sure to keep her pristine 1950s pink dress dry when she left an interview on Channel Seven's The Morning Show.  A publicist held an umbrella over the actress as she ran from Seven's Martin Place studios to a waiting car

VIP service! The former Home and Away star made sure to keep her pristine 1950s pink dress dry when she left an interview on Channel Seven’s The Morning Show. A publicist held an umbrella over the actress as she ran from Seven’s Martin Place studios to a waiting car

Sam explained that the video “served its purpose” by giving a voice to Australians who were hesitant about the vaccine.

‘I think [those] people… had to know they were not alone. So I think it served its purpose,” she told hosts Larry Emdur and Kylie Gillies.

Referring to her mental health at the time she posted the video, Sam said ‘a lot of things’ [were] reinforce each other’ during the lockdown.

Stunning: The 32-year-old increased her height with a pair of beige strappy heels and she wore her blonde locks in a chic bun

Stunning: The 32-year-old increased her height with a pair of beige strappy heels and she wore her blonde locks in a chic bun

Reflection: During her interview, Sam revealed that she doesn't regret posting a now infamous video to Instagram in October about her hesitation against the Covid vaccine

Reflection: During her interview, Sam revealed that she doesn’t regret posting a now infamous video to Instagram in October about her hesitation against the Covid vaccine

“I knew there were quite a few people who felt the same, but they were too nervous to talk about it,” she added.

Sam concluded by saying that she didn’t think she fell into the category of people who have been “cancelled” because of their opinion.

It comes after Sam claimed that unvaccinated Australians had faced “disgusting bullying” this weekend in an interview with Stellar magazine.

Job done?  Sam explained that the video (above) had 'served its purpose' by giving a voice to Australians hesitant about the vaccine

Job done? Sam explained that the video (above) had ‘served its purpose’ by giving a voice to Australians who were hesitant about the vaccine

Sam thought about “being torn apart” when she compared restrictions on unvaccinated to “segregation” in her tearful Instagram video last October.

“The bullying of unvaccinated people was disgusting. Friends I’d had for years stopped talking to me,” she said.

She clarified that she was not an “anti-vaxxer” and never said she didn’t want it.

'Torn to f**king pieces': It comes after Sam claimed unvaccinated Australians had faced 'disgusting bullying' over the past weekend in an interview with Stellar magazine

‘Torn to f**king pieces’: It comes after Sam claimed unvaccinated Australians had faced ‘disgusting bullying’ over the past weekend in an interview with Stellar magazine

‘I’m not an anti-vaxxer – are you kidding me? But I think it’s rather unreasonable to assume that everyone will think in exactly the same way and that people will come to the exact same conclusion in the same time frame,” she said.

Sam, who joined Home and Away in 2017 as Jasmine Delaney, quit the Channel Seven soap in December, two months after revealing she hadn’t had the vaccine.

Seven Productions has a policy that requires all cast and crew to be vaccinated against Covid; however, sources said Sam’s departure last year had nothing to do with the mandate.

She is now fully vaccinated against Covid-19.

Exit: Sam, who has played nurse Jasmine Delaney on Home and Away since 2017, quit the Channel Seven soap in December, two months after revealing she hadn't had the vaccine

Exit: Sam, who has played nurse Jasmine Delaney on Home and Away since 2017, quit the Channel Seven soap in December, two months after revealing she hadn’t had the vaccine

Sam filmed her final scenes for the soap in December at Eveleigh Studios in Sydney.

The actress caused a stir in October when she revealed she hadn’t had the Covid shot, also likening restrictions on unvaccinated people to “segregation.”

She said in a tearful Instagram video: “I was really hesitant to make a video or even say anything about this kind of thing, but I feel like it’s getting to a point in the world where there’s a lot of segregation.” is.

“There’s a lot of harsh judgment and a lot of opinion thrown around and it’s definitely taking a toll on my mental health, and I know people around me are struggling – especially if they’re on the side they don’t want to get vaccinated.” , for whatever reason.

There are many different reasons why people don’t get vaccinated and it could be because of their medical history, their concerns, they could have a family history, it could be religious reasons.”

The door is open: Her former co-star Lynne McGranger (right) told Nova's Fitzy & Wippa in January that Sam was now fully vaccinated, meaning she could potentially return to the show

The door is open: Her former co-star Lynne McGranger (right) told Nova’s Fitzy & Wippa in January that Sam was now fully vaccinated, meaning she could potentially return to the show

Sam then said she had not been vaccinated, but claimed she spoke to both her doctor and a psychologist about her decision.

She added crying, “It’s a really hard time being in society right now and you feel like you’re less human and you feel like people are judging you.

“And you’re too scared to talk about your opinion or your feelings and part of you wants to go, ‘Well, it’s none of your damn business why I’m not! And there are good reasons why I am not and I don’t want you to judge me.”

After criticizing her video, Sam deactivated her main Instagram account and blocked all comments on the account for her charity Believe. She has since reactivated her accounts.

Channel Seven announced later in December that Sam was leaving Home and Away.

Her former co-star Lynne McGranger told Nova’s Fitzy & Wippa in January that Sam was now fully vaccinated, meaning she could potentially return to the show.

Policy: Seven Productions has a policy that requires all cast and crew to be vaccinated against Covid;  However, sources said Sam's departure last year had nothing to do with the mandate

Policy: Seven Productions has a policy that requires all cast and crew to be vaccinated against Covid; However, sources said Sam’s departure last year had nothing to do with the mandate

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