Kate Ritchie has got a lot to celebrate right now.
The former Home and Away star turned author and radio presenter made an announcement via Instagram on Tuesday, revealing that Nova Radio show Kate, Tim and Marty has been named Australia's number one drive show for the 20th time in a row.
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The 40-year-old – who is mum to four-year-old daughter Mae - also revealed her children's book, It's Not Scribble to Me, has been shortlisted in the Speech Pathology Australia Book of the Year awards.
Sharing a picture of herself looking chic in a one-piece swimsuit whilst toasting with champagne, Kate wrote: "Cheers to a good day 🥂 @katetimmarty is your #1 drive show nationally twenty surveys in a row.. #welldoneteam 🙏🏼 My @penguinbooksaus children’s book #itsnotscribbletome is shortlisted in the Speech Pathology Australia #bookoftheyear awards.. And we are swimming in a sea far from home.. 🐡📚🦀☀️⛱⛵️📿💛🎉 @jeddarobaard,"
Earlier this year the Gold Logie winner also announced that she’s hoping to return to acting after a five year hiatus.
"I would be lying if I said I'm not looking forward to the day I'm back on a TV or film set, flexing those [acting] muscles again," she said. "I hope it's not too far away. Fingers crossed something will come in 2019," she said to TV Week.
Kate’s recent success will no doubt come with much relief, as the actress has weathered a testing few months. First rocked by marriage split rumours and then dealing with husband Stuart Webb’s drink driving charges.