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Kate Ritchie returns to Instagram to pay tribute on Father’s Day amid alcohol scandal

Kate Ritchie returns to Instagram to pay tribute to her dad on Father’s Day – after losing her sponsorship deal with QV Skincare due to their drink-driving scandal

Kate Ritchie returned to Instagram for the first time since her recent drunk driving charge to share a sweet Father’s Day tribute.

The Australia’s Got Talent judge, 44, on Sunday uploaded a sweet photo of her father Steve cuddling her daughter Mae Webb on the couch.

“That says it all, dad. Happy Father’s Day, Pa. We love you xx #fathersday #family #love,” Kate captioned the cute picture.

Kate Ritchie returned to Instagram to memorialize her dad on Father's Day - after losing her sponsorship deal with QV Skincare due to their alcohol scandal

Kate Ritchie returned to Instagram to memorialize her dad on Father’s Day – after losing her sponsorship deal with QV Skincare due to their alcohol scandal

She chose not to share a post in which she referred to Mae’s father, Stuart Webb, who Kate split from three years ago in acrimonious circumstances.

Sunday’s post comes after Kate’s lucrative partnership with a major skincare company appeared to have been quietly finalized following the star’s recent drunk-driving charges.

The Nova Drive Host, who signed up as a brand ambassador for QV Skincare back in 2016, has been removed from the company’s advertising campaigns both online and on social media platforms.

The Australia's Got Talent judge shared a sweet photo of her daughter Mae Webb and dad Steve on Instagram, writing:

The Australia’s Got Talent judge shared a sweet photo of her daughter Mae Webb and dad Steve on Instagram, writing: “That says it all dad. Happy Father’s Day, Pa. We love you.

And there’s no sign of the former Home and Away star on QV Skincare’s official Instagram account, which dates back to 2017.

Ritchie has since deleted any reference to the brand from her own social media accounts.

The apparent parting of ways comes just days into the week after Ritchie was arrested by police in Sydney’s eastern suburbs for drunk driving.

The post comes after Kate's lucrative partnership with a major skincare company appeared to be quietly ended following the star's recent drunk-driving charges

The post comes after Kate’s lucrative partnership with a major skincare company appeared to be quietly ended following the star’s recent drunk-driving charges

The Nova personality blew her mind after she was pulled over by police in her blue Subaru station wagon for a random breath test on Aug. 22.

She was arrested immediately and taken to Maroubra Police Station, where she underwent a secondary breath analysis, which returned a positive 0.06, just a touch above the legal limit of 0.05.

Ritchie was reportedly fined $600 on the spot and banned from driving for three months.

She later shared a post on Instagram, apologizing for her actions and saying she made a “bad decision.”

Ritchie's first campaign for QV kicked off back in 2017, after the starlet first signed the lucrative deal

Ritchie’s first campaign for QV kicked off back in 2017, after the starlet first signed the lucrative deal

The Nova Drive Host, who signed up as a brand ambassador for QV Skincare back in 2016, has been removed from the company's advertising campaigns both online and on social media platforms

The Nova Drive Host, who signed up as a brand ambassador for QV Skincare back in 2016, has been removed from the company’s advertising campaigns both online and on social media platforms

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