She never fails to turn heads with her incredible sense of style.
And Myleene Klass looked radiant as ever as she performed at a private event wearing a mock wedding dress.
The former Hear’Say star, 43, performed at a gathering for wine brand Villa Maria and showcased her sense of style in the strapless gown.
Wow: Myleene Klass looked radiant as ever as she performed at a private event wearing a mock wedding dress
The garment featured a sweetheart neckline along with a dramatic ruffled embellishment and sheer detail.
Styling her brunette locks into loose waves, the mother-of-three added to her outfit with a gold necklace.
Myleene accentuated her natural beauty with a light pallet of makeup.
Myleene shares the girls with her ex-husband Graham Quinn, while she has son Apollo, two, with fiancé Simon Motson.
Stunning: The former Hear’Say star, 43, performed at a gathering for wine brand Villa Maria and showcased her sense of style in the off the shoulder gown
Radiant: The garment featured a sweetheart neckline along with a dramatic ruffled embellishment and sheer detail
She recently hit the headlines when she revealed that she was unable to speak about her four miscarriages for a whole year.
The singer opened up about her experiences in an honest new documentary entitled for Myleene Klass: Miscarriage & Me for W.
She said of her miscarriages: ‘I couldn’t even say the word.’ In the film, she speaks about the mental health struggles she suffered.
According the Independent the businesswoman stated: ‘People [are] taking their lives because of this.
Looking good: Myleene cut a trendy figure as she arrived for work at Smooth Radio on Tuesday
Fashion:Myleene added height to her frame with a pair of black boots
Beauty: The star also sported a pair of black tights and carried a matching handbag
Flawless: Myleene completed her look for the day with gold necklaces and matching earrings
‘It can put pressure on relationships. The PTSD that some women suffer is the equivalent of a soldier returning from war.’
The star has expressed hope that her film will encourage others to speak about their pregnancy losses in a bid to normalise the experience.
‘It is one word, but it is grief, it is trauma, it is sadness, it is fear. There must be a reason people can’t say it,’ she added.
‘I lost a lot of me. I couldn’t talk about it for a year, I couldn’t even say the word.’
Upsetting: Myleene recently revealed she couldn’t speak about her four miscarriages for a whole year in an upcoming documentary for W
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