This morning Schapelle Corby's sister, Mercedes Corby, spoke for the first time since the convicted drug smuggler's return to Australia.
Speaking to Kyle and Jackie O, with Schapelle beside her - the 39-year-old whispered "hello" for proof - Mercedes revealed that right now the family is "just letting her relax" but that Schapelle is "doing really well."
As for whether or not Schapelle will eventually sit down with a media outlet for a tell-all interview, Mercedes said her sister is yet to decide.
"That’s up to her. It’s just too early for her to make any decisions. I know she does want to thank all of her supporters."
She added that her sister is "very private, that’s why I’ve had to talk."
Mercedes also addressed Schapelle's handbag stunt, where she held up a photo of missing boy William Tyrrell - which the family later condemned.
"That was Schappelle’s idea," Mercedes told the KIIS FM hosts.
"All these cameras, she wants something that she cares about, she’s compassionate. Why not use this for something that she thinks should have more coverage," she said.
"Missing children is something that she’s compassion about. She really likes Daniel’s law, that’s something she’s always following. I’m really proud of her."
Mercedes then addressed the rumours of Schapelle being Australia's next Bachelorette, saying, "It's er... no, that's not going to happen!" before asking, "That's the one where they give out the roses, isn't it?"