Australian Singer Natalie Imbruglia Still Looks Gorgeous in The October Issue of Instyle Magazine [PHOTOS and VIDEO]

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Do you remember the vulnerable Natalie Imbruglia singing the wonderful song "Torn" [SEE VIDEO] in the late 90s? She looked gorgeous then with her wonderful short hair, beige pants and a jacket thrown over a casual vest. That was almost 16 years ago. But you would be surprised to know that the Australian singer, who is now 38, looks gorgeous even now!

The "Torn" singer posed for the latest issue of Australian edition of the InStyle magazine [SEE PHOTOS] along the beaches of Wylies Baths in Sydney, Australia and looked wonderful in the photo shoot.

Listen to her song "Torn" here

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Aussie-born Imbruglia, who now travels between London, LA and New York, is seen wearing wonderful long white halter neck dress which is slightly black from one end. The singer is seen standing tall in her slim figure as a huge wave is seen coming from behind.

Photographer Nick Leary clicked the gorgeous artist and she shared the pictures on her Facebook page with a caption that read, "Love this shoot for Kailis & Instyle, Nick Leary did a fantastic job of capturing me in my homeland. Yes I did get wiped out by one of those waves."

The singer, who is also a brand ambassador of Kailis Australian Pearls since a long time now, is also seen wearing a red gown with her hair pulled back in the second photograph. She is very fond of the pearls jewellery and says they look great with modern day dresses.

"I think there's a modern twist to the designs that makes them wearable, young and fresh. I also like that it's a family company-it feels intimate and low-key," Imbruglia said in an interview with the magazine.

The singer and actress is also dabbing in a lot of humanitarian work. She is the spokesperson for the UNFPA-led Campaign to End Fistula and an ambassador for Virgin Unite, which supports the End Fistula campaign. Fistula is a hole that develops in the women's reproductive organs if she is not provided with adequate medical care post delivery and is still common in developing countries. The singer is seen promoting the cause on her Facebook page and feels that her being a celebrity helps to spread awareness about the Fitula.

"There's a lot of shame around it, a real taboo. It takes away the one thing that women in the developing world want to be, which is a mother," she said.

The singer also informed that she is also planning to return to music scene and is in the process to sign on something in New York. We wish you all the best Natalia and look forward to hear your wonderful voice again.

The October issue of InStyle with Natalie Imbruglia is now available on newsstands.

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