Lara Bingle's documentary to capture her travel to India

   Apr 26, 7:12 pm

Melbourne, April 26 (ANI): A new documentary about Lara Bingle will capture her journey to India - where her celebrity status is surprisingly high because her cricket WAG past.

The reality TV starlet is known for being the former fiancee of Australian cricket captain Michael Clarke and girlfriend of AFL footballer Brendon Fevola.

She has returned to Australia from LA this week to continue shooting her new Channel 10 series, 'Being Lara Bingle'.

"Hello to my new home," the Herald Sun quoted Bingle as tweeting from her unit overlooking Bondi Beach.

Having moved out of her modest Darling Point one-bedder and into a rented clifftop abode in Bondi, the spunky blonde is believed to have journeyed to California to shoot the opening montage of the day-in-the-life-of show, including snippets depicting her cavorting on a beach and a rumoured appearance at the Coachella music festival.

Next week her cameras will be on overdrive for Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Australia.

Circular Quay snoops say, at the very least, Bingle is working on something with US reality star-turned designer Whitney Port, who will launch her label Whitney Eve on Monday. (ANI)

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