The 55-year-old famous chef was spotted heading into church with her new love Ben Youcef -- just hours before the disgraced New York Governor announced he was resigning from his position.
Sandra -- who dated Cuomo for 14 years before splitting in 2019 -- was photographed holding hands with Youcef as the two walked into the house of worship on Tuesday.
Wearing a black strapless jumper with her blonde hair tied back in a ponytail, she was seen clinging to her man's hand as they brushed past photographers and into a church in France, where they have been vacationing amid her ex's public mess.
Looking completely in love, Sandra wore the best accessory of all -- a gorgeous black rock on that hand. This new piece of metal comes as engagement rumors continue to swirl around the couple.
The Semi-Homemade Cooking host was caught sporting a giant diamond ring over the weekend during their romantic getaway to the French Rivera.
As for Youcef, he looked suave keeping it causal in light-colored jeans and a white shirt for their outing.
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Once inside, the couple was spotted sitting in the church pews and taking it all in.
According to insiders, churchgoing is on-brand for the couple. “Ben is a serious and accomplished nonprofit Interfaith leader providing the call to prayer heard all around the world. He is as beautiful inside as he is outside – they make a gorgeous couple. They’re both extremely spiritual," a source told Page Six.
Meanwhile, back in NY, the Food Network star's ex-boyfriend revealed he was stepping down as governor, which will take effect in 14 days.
Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul will take over, making history as New York's first female governor.
During his press conference, Cuomo insisted he "never crossed the line with anyone," despite Attorney General Letitia James' report that found he had sexually harassed 11 women, including former and current state employees.