Tony Armstrong & Rona Glynn-McDonald Look FKN Stunning In Their Red Carpet Debut As A Couple

A couple of days after Tony Armstrong hard launched his relationship with musician Rona Glynn-McDonald, the pair officially made their red carpet debut and boy, they’re a sizzling hot couple!

Over the weekend, Australia has its night of nights for fashion, arts and culture girlies. Yep, that’s right, the NGV Gala — a very fancy schmancy event dedicated to the appreciation of art, design, fashion, performance, food and drink — took place on Saturday.

Amongst all the stars, who included Melissa Leong, Liam Hemsworth and Gabriella Brooks, Ayesha Madon and Baker Boy, was Armstrong and his recently hard-launched GF Rona!!!

Ugh, we’re just so blessed to have two celeb milestone (ish) moments from these two gorgeous human beings. An IG launch and a red — blue, in this case — carpet debut??? We’re truly spoiled.

They have an aura around them that declares them as Australia’s coolest couple (sorry, Nathan Cleary and Mary Fowler).

Tones and Rona officially launched their relo on Wednesday, November 29. They’re said to have been dating for the last six months.

Unfortunately, Rona is an absolute beauty, immensely talented, supremely intelligent and also has really, really good hair, so we can’t even be angry. I know, I’m sad too.

Who Is Tony Armstrong’s GF, Rona Glynn-McDonald?

She’s a fucking powerhouse, essentially.

Growing up in Mparntwe on Arrernte Country, you might recognise Glynn-McDonald from the stage.

The Kaytetye woman is probably best known for her work as a producer and DJ under her electronic project, RONA. According to her website, she “combines the soundscapes of Country and place with synths and melodies that pack emotional punch”, working between Naarm and Mparntwe in the Central Desert. She’s previously played Falls Festival and supported Cut Copy and Rufus Du Sol on tour.

According to her LinkedIn, she’s also the CEO of First Nations-led not-for-profit, Common Ground, and co-founder of First Nations Futures. In 2020, she was a finalist in the Victorian Young Achiever awards and she’s been named a ‘Woman of the Future’ by Women’s Weekly. Basically, she’s just the whole damn package.

And while many of us mourn the fantasy that we might have, somehow, bagged Tony Armstrong in the future (who are we kidding?), we’re overall stoked that both of these rockstars have met and created the ultimate Mob power couple.

Image source: Getty Images / Naomi Rahim