Lilly Becker cuts a casual figure in a navy coat and skinny jeans as she goes grocery shopping

Her estranged husband Boris Becker has said he will clear his name amid allegations he hid more than £1million in cash amid his bankruptcy proceedings. 

And Lilly Becker cut a casual figure as she stepped out to go grocery shopping in London on Wednesday.

The model, 44, donned a navy knee-length coat on her outing which she wore over a baby blue shirt.

Out and about: Lilly Becker cut a casual figure as she stepped out to go grocery shopping in London on Wednesday

Out and about: Lilly Becker cut a casual figure as she stepped out to go grocery shopping in London on Wednesday

Lilly also sported a pair of dark skinny jeans along with black boots while she added colour to her outfit with an orange jumper.

The Dutch beauty swept some of her brunette tresses into a bun for the day while she also sported a blue face mask.

Completing her look with a brown handbag, Lilly appeared to be solo on her outing. 

It comes after the star’s ex Boris told how he will clear his name amid allegations he hid more than £1million in cash along with Wimbledon trophies and an Olympic gold medal during bankruptcy proceedings.

Outfit: The model, 44, donned a navy knee-length coat on her outing which she wore over a baby blue shirt

Outfit: The model, 44, donned a navy knee-length coat on her outing which she wore over a baby blue shirt

Outfit: The model, 44, donned a navy knee-length coat on her outing which she wore over a baby blue shirt

Style: Lilly also sported a pair of dark skinny jeans along with black boots while she added colour to her outfit with an orange jumper

Style: Lilly also sported a pair of dark skinny jeans along with black boots while she added colour to her outfit with an orange jumper

The former Grand Slam tennis champion, 52, is currently embroiled in a legal dispute relating to his current insolvency proceedings.

Mr Becker, a German national, was declared bankrupt in June 2017 but is accused of not complying with obligations to disclose information, and failing to hand over trophies so they could be sold to settle his debts.

He is standing trial at Southwark Crown Court accused of failing to declare assets and financial transfers, including a payment of €105,497 to his estranged wife Lilly.

Boris denies all 28 charges against him. The tennis ace told Germany’s Bild am Sonntag newspaper that he is ‘still innocent and has the right to be treated as any other citizen would have been’. 

Casual: The Dutch beauty swept some of her brunette tresses into a bun for the day while she also sported a blue face mask

Casual: The Dutch beauty swept some of her brunette tresses into a bun for the day while she also sported a blue face mask

Laid back: Completing her look with a brown handbag, Lilly appeared to be solo on her outing

Laid back: Completing her look with a brown handbag, Lilly appeared to be solo on her outing

Laid back: Completing her look with a brown handbag, Lilly appeared to be solo on her outing

Allegations: It comes after the star's ex Boris Becker told how he will clear his name amid allegations he hid more than £1million in cash

Allegations: It comes after the star’s ex Boris Becker told how he will clear his name amid allegations he hid more than £1million in cash

‘I believe in the British legal system and its representatives,’ he said. ‘It goes without saying that I will be co-operative and correct on all points’.

Trophies listed on a 28-count indictment include the 1985 Wimbledon men’s singles title which catapulted the then-unknown 17-year-old to sporting stardom.

Also listed are his 1989 silverware from the same tournament and his Australian Open trophies in 1991 and 1996.

Boris pleaded not guilty to all counts when he appeared at Southwark Crown Court in London in October for a 45-minute hearing. 

Dispute: The former Grand Slam tennis champion, 52, is currently embroiled in a legal dispute relating to his current insolvency proceedings

Dispute: 

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