She is said to be in the final stages of her divorce with tennis ace Boris Becker.
And Lilly Becker seemed to be embracing her next chapter as she looked rather worse for wear while leaving the Serpentine Summer Party 2019 in London on Tuesday night.
The model, 43, decided to keep the celebrations going as she showed off her fun dance moves in the street as celebrities exited the event.
In one pose, Lilly held onto the back of a car as she squatted to the floor with a select few of eventgoers cheering her on.
While a different snap saw the model put on an animated display as she showed off another one of her wild dance moves.
Lilly looked stylish for the event in a strapless pink and black polka dot ruffled dress, which she teamed with matching coloured heels and a gold handbag.
The model styled her brunette locks into a blow-dried hairdo as she added a slick of glamorous make-up.
Lilly’s outing comes amid reports she is in the ‘final stages’ of divorcing Boris, after the couple announced their split last year.
In December, Lilly reflected on the past year amid her split from her husband of nine years during an interview with Günther Jauch on Germany’s RTL.
The brunette admitted the couple will never rekindle their relationship, insisting: ‘It’s really over between us.’
Reflecting on the past year, the Dutch beauty bluntly said: ‘2018 was the worst time of my 42 years. He so grossly disappointed me.’
Speaking on the negative effects of being in the limelight, she went on: ‘What makes it so bad is that everything is happening in public now. But I married a public man, maybe it’s part of it.’
Boris and Lilly confirmed their breakup via a German lawyer last year, in a statement given to Bild newspaper.
Lawyer Christian-Oliver Moser said: ‘The decision after a 13-year-long relationship and nine years of marriage wasn’t an easy one.’
One of London’s most acclaimed events, The Serpentine Summer Party raises essential funds for exhibitions, architecture, education, live and digital programmes, celebrating all those who enable the Serpentine Galleries’ work.
The Summer Party 2019, hosted in association with Chanel, launches a summer of pioneering artists with the inauguration of Junya Ishigami’s free-floating Pavilion and honouring Faith Ringgold and Luchita Hurtado with their first exhibitions in Europe.
Guests enjoyed cocktails including Casamigos Margarita, Casa Picante and Casamigos on the Rocks.
This year’s party pavilion, designed by Japanese architect Ishigami, 45, is made out of 62 tonnes of Cumbrian slate shaped into a flowing mound.