Leslie Ash cut a relaxed figure as she used a walking stick during a walk in the sunshine in Battersea Park, London, on Saturday morning.
The Men Behaving Badly star, 62, bundled up in a black quilted jacket as she was joined by husband Lee Chapman, 62, and their pooch.
She donned a black t-shirt and matching leggings, while wearing comfy pink sneakers and carrying her wooden stick.
Low-key: Leslie Ash cut a relaxed figure as she used a cane while out for a walk with her husband Lee Chapman and their pooch in Battersea Park, London, on Saturday morning
Leslie looked in high spirits as she opted for a fresh face and wore her poker blonde tresses straight in her bob style.
Meanwhile, Lee kept her look low key by rocking a black t-shirt, jeans and sneakers while walking the black spaniel.
The former professional footballer looked effortlessly cool in a pair of black sunglasses, while having a second pair attached to his top.
Leslie and Lee have been married since 1988 and share Joe, 31, and a second son, Max, 28.
Comfy: The Men Behaving Badly star, 62, bundled up in a black quilted jacket over a t-shirt and leggings while wearing vibrant pink trainers
It comes after Leslie previously revealed she had been given only a ‘mild hope of a cure’ by doctors, who believed she would be in a wheelchair at the age of 60 due to a spinal disease that changed his life.
The star, who has suffered from numerous public health issues in the past, admitted she needed “mental toughness” to keep fighting her condition, but defied doctors’ expectations.
But it was while she was in hospital for that injury that she contracted a ‘deadly strain’ of the MRSA superbug from an abscess that had developed in her spine – which could have make her permanently unable to walk.
Out: Lee looked effortlessly cool in an all-black ensemble while wearing a pair of sunglasses to shield his eyes from the sun’s glare
Leslie was given a grim prognosis following the series of unfortunate events and told The Sun: ‘They said I would be in a wheelchair at 60 because of my terrible hips and knees. I was only given a faint hope of recovery, but because I wanted it enough I was able to achieve what I have today.
The Quadrophenia actress has bounced back and rarely leans on a trusty cane, let alone a wheelchair.
She returned to the small screen this year, snagging roles in Doctors and Wounded, but the future wasn’t always so bright.
In 2008, Leslie successfully sued Chelsea and Westminster Hospital and won an astonishing £5million in compensation because she contracted the antibiotic-resistant MSSA form of the infection after an epidural needle came loose. .
The payment was so heavy because there was a belief that she would not return to ongoing TV roles – and the compensation reflected future lost earnings.
On the importance of staying optimistic, the Oxfordshire-born star said: “If I just sat around and did nothing I would now be in a wheelchair, no doubt.” You need a lot of mental toughness to keep fighting.
Life-changing condition: In 2008, Leslie successfully sued Chelsea and Westminster Hospital and won an astonishing £5million compensation