Former prime minister Malcolm Turnbull seen leaving hair removal salon in New York by himself

Former prime minister Malcolm Turnbull has been seen visiting a New York City hair removal salon before buying pillows at a nearby homewares shop.

The multi-millionaire former Liberal Party leader, who turns 64 in less than three weeks, was spotted leaving the European Wax Center on 57th Street, four blocks from Central Park on Wednesday.

The transition sunglasses-wearing grandfather, who also owns a nearby apartment overlooking Central Park, was later captured on camera carrying pillows from the Bed Bath and Beyond homewares shop in the Lincoln Square part of New York.

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Former prime minister Malcolm Turnbull has been seen visiting a New York City wax clinic before buying pillows at a nearby homewares shop

Former prime minister Malcolm Turnbull has been seen visiting a New York City wax clinic before buying pillows at a nearby homewares shop

Former prime minister Malcolm Turnbull has been seen visiting a New York City wax clinic before buying pillows at a nearby homewares shop

The multi-millionaire former Liberal Party leader, who turns 64 in less than three weeks, was spotted leaving the European Wax Center on 57th Street, four blocks from Central Park

The multi-millionaire former Liberal Party leader, who turns 64 in less than three weeks, was spotted leaving the European Wax Center on 57th Street, four blocks from Central Park

The multi-millionaire former Liberal Party leader, who turns 64 in less than three weeks, was spotted leaving the European Wax Center on 57th Street, four blocks from Central Park

Mr Turnbull and his wife of 36 years Lucy fled to New York in late August after his former immigration and home affairs minister, Peter Dutton, launched two leadership challenges within three days.

Tomorrow will mark the six-week anniversary of Scott Morrison replacing him as Liberal prime minister, and becoming Australia’s fifth national leader in five years.

The grandfather-of-four, who until recently was Australia’s most powerful man, was alone without any security guards or his wife, on Wednesday afternoon New York time, as he stocked up on comfort items.

The former PM, worth an estimated $200million, appeared to be deep in thought and checked his smartphone messages as soon as he stepped outside of the hair removal and beauty salon in the United States.

The former PM, who owns a nearby apartment overlooking Central Park, was seen carrying pillows from the Bed Bath and Beyond homewares shop in the Lincoln Square part of New York

The former PM, who owns a nearby apartment overlooking Central Park, was seen carrying pillows from the Bed Bath and Beyond homewares shop in the Lincoln Square part of New York

The former PM, who owns a nearby apartment overlooking Central Park, was seen carrying pillows from the Bed Bath and Beyond homewares shop in the Lincoln Square part of New York

The European Wax Center, based in Florida, is the United States's biggest hair removal chain, with 14 franchises alone within a 6km area of Manhattan island

The European Wax Center, based in Florida, is the United States's biggest hair removal chain, with 14 franchises alone within a 6km area of Manhattan island

The European Wax Center, based in Florida, is the United States’s biggest hair removal chain, with 14 franchises alone within a 6km area of Manhattan island

The European Wax Center, based in Florida, is the United States’s biggest hair removal chain, with 14 franchises alone within a 6km area of Manhattan island.

It specialises in body hair removal and eyebrow sculpting.  

Australia’s 29th prime minister was 16,000km away from Sydney as the Liberal Party he once led campaigned to maintain his former eastern suburbs electorate of Wentworth, ahead of an October 20 by-election.

He was seen buying beauty and homeware products a day after pre-poll voting opened on his home turf a 21-hour flight away. 

Australia's 29th prime minister was 16,000km away from Sydney as the Liberal Party he once led campaigned to maintain his former eastern suburbs electorate of Wentworth

Australia's 29th prime minister was 16,000km away from Sydney as the Liberal Party he once led campaigned to maintain his former eastern suburbs electorate of Wentworth

Australia’s 29th prime minister was 16,000km away from Sydney as the Liberal Party he once led campaigned to maintain his former eastern suburbs electorate of Wentworth

He was seen buying beauty and homeware products a day after pre-poll voting opened on his home turf a 21-hour flight away

He was seen buying beauty and homeware products a day after pre-poll voting opened on his home turf a 21-hour flight away

He was seen buying beauty and homeware products a day after pre-poll voting opened on his home turf a 21-hour flight away

It is not known when the former prime minister will return from the United States but so far, he hasn't indicated that he would be campaigning for the Liberal Party in his old seat

It is not known when the former prime minister will return from the United States but so far, he hasn't indicated that he would be campaigning for the Liberal Party in his old seat

It is not known when the former prime minister will return from the United States but so far, he hasn’t indicated that he would be campaigning for the Liberal Party in his old seat

As Liberal candidate Dave Sharma campaigned to replace him, Mr Turnbull was absent from his Point Piper mansion on Sydney Harbour.

Instead he has been spending time in his luxurious apartment a short walk from the Hudson River, on the west side of Manhattan.

It is not known when the former prime minister will return from the United States but so far, he hasn’t indicated that he would be campaigning for the Liberal Party in his old seat. 

He forayed into Australian politics this week by telling a youth leadership group in New York that former PMs Kevin Rudd and Tony Abbott were ‘miserable ghosts’.

He forayed into Australian politics this week by telling a youth leadership group in New York that former PMs Kevin Rudd and Tony Abbott were 'miserable ghosts'

He forayed into Australian politics this week by telling a youth leadership group in New York that former PMs Kevin Rudd and Tony Abbott were 'miserable ghosts'

He forayed into Australian politics this week by telling a youth leadership group in New York that former PMs Kevin Rudd and Tony Abbott were ‘miserable ghosts’

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