The husband of murdered Brisbane mother-of-three Allison Baden-Clay has faced Court this morning, but has not applied for bail.
Gerard was charged with murder and of interference with a corpse yesterday, after his wife was reported missing on April 20.
The Brisbane Times reports the media packed Courtroom 3 of the Brisbane Magistrates Court, where Mr Baden-Clay appeared in the glass-enclosed dock at approximately 9.30am.
He was reportedly wearing tan-coloured pants and a business shirt and stood with his back turned to the media and public.
The paper reports Mr Baden-Clay's lawyer Darren Mahony will lodge an application for bail in the Supreme Court today, as he was unable to apply for bail in the Magistrates Court under Queensland law.
The couple's three children were collected from a Police Station by Allison's parents yesterday and were reportedly taken to their Gold Coast home.