Myleene Klass is a vision in red and pink as she makes her grand entrance at Global Radio Studios

Myleene Klass is a vision in red and pink as she makes her grand entrance at Global Radio Studios

She has an endless work wardrobe full of stylish ensembles. 

And Myleene Klass injected a pop of colour with her stunning red and pink outfit on Saturday as she arrived in style at Global Radio Studios in London. 

The TV personality, 43, looked sensational in her eye-catching look as she cheerfully headed inside before her Smooth Radio show. 

Trendsetter: Myleene Klass injected a pop of colour with her stunning red and pink outfit on Saturday as she arrived in style at Global Radio Studios in London

Myleene’s longline scarlet coat highlighted her slender silhouette and perfectly matched her red top. 

She rocked pink straight-leg trousers while boosting her height with white heels. 

Myleene’s love for Chanel was clear to see as she clutched a quilted white handbag from the high-end fashion brand. 

The mother-of-three added a touch of glamour with simple gold necklaces and shielded her eyes from the sun with tinted glasses. 

Glamorous: The TV personality, 43, looked sensational in her eye-catching look which she teamed white white heels and a Chanel handbag for her Smooth Radio show

Glamorous: The TV personality, 43, looked sensational in her eye-catching look which she teamed white white heels and a Chanel handbag for her Smooth Radio show

She styled her caramel tresses in a beachy wave and enhanced her visage with a soft make-up look. 

The outing comes after Myleene – who got engaged to Simon Motson last year on their fifth anniversary – admitted being a step-mother in a large family is ‘not easy’ and wished she had a step-parenting manual on how to go about it. 

The presenter and fiancé Simon, 46, have baby son Apollo and two children each from previous relationships – making them a blended family of seven.

However, she said their approach to parenting step-children was to ‘treat them all the same’ and not to differentiate between ‘your children’ and ‘my children’. 

In an interview with The Sun, she said: ‘I never dreamed I’d be living in a household of seven. And you know when you realise there’s no parenting manual? Wait until you haven’t got a step-parenting manual because that’s something else entirely. 



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