Myleene Klass looks effortlessly chic in a houndstooth blazer as she arrives for work at Smooth FM

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    Myleene Klass looks effortlessly chic in a houndstooth blazer and cream blouse as she makes another stylish arrival at Global Studios

    She never fails to put on a stylish display. 

    And Myleene Klass looked effortlessly chic once again as she strutted her stuff in a houndstooth blazer while arriving at work at Global Radio on Friday. 

    The radio host, 43, layered the timeless jacket over a ruffled cream blouse as she strutted to Smooth Radio in the London sunshine. 

    Stylish: Myleene Klass looked effortlessly chic in a houndstooth blazer as she arrived for work at Global Radio on Friday

    Stylish: Myleene Klass looked effortlessly chic in a houndstooth blazer as she arrived for work at Global Radio on Friday

    Myleene paired the summer ready shirt with a pair of relaxed fit navy trousers with cream stripes down the side. 

    She completed the smart casual ensemble with a pair of comfy and stylish black velcro sandals from Chanel. 

    She accessorised with an enviable Chanel quilted crossbody bag and added a touch of sparkle with a gold watch and rings.    

    The presenter put on a glamorous display as she protected her eyes with a pair of large dark sunglasses and accentuated her features with lashings of lipliner.  

    Chic: The radio host, 43, layered the timeless jacket over a ruffled white blouse as she strutted to Smooth Radio in the London sunshine

    Chic: The radio host, 43, layered the timeless jacket over a ruffled white blouse as she strutted to Smooth Radio in the London sunshine

    The outing comes after Myleene recently hit back at accusations that she’d had lip filler, insisting her Filipino heritage is behind her plump pout.

    Taking to Instagram last month, the star shared a series of behind-the-scenes clips of herself and Rachel Riley filming Countdown, flashing her fans a pout while looking typically chic in a tailored red suit.

    Her post prompted one user to ask: ‘Have you had your lips done or is this your selfie pout?’ to which doting mother Myleene swiftly responded: ‘I’m biracial! These are the lips I was given.’

    Defiant: The outing comes after Myleene recently hit back at accusations that she'd had lip filler, insisting her Filipino heritage is behind her plump pout

    Defiant: The outing comes after Myleene recently hit back at accusations that she’d had lip filler, insisting her Filipino heritage is behind her plump pout

    Last June, Myleene, who has a Filipino mother and Austrian father, detailed the horrific racial abuse she experienced in her childhood and the prevalent prejudice she still witnesses. 

    The songstress, who was born in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, took to Instagram to reveal she was struggling to explain racism to her children amid the Black Lives Matter movement.

    In her impassioned post, Myleene listed some of the horrendous slurs she has faced over the years, with a shocking list reading: ‘Chink. Slit eye. Number 69, Fried rice. Mongrel. Ping pong. Sl*t. All Tai girls are sluts. Banana’.

    Discussing her own experiences – yet conceding she cannot understand the struggles in the US – Myleene also shared a childhood snap. 

    Shocking: In June 2020 Myleene detailed the horrific racial abuse she experienced in her childhood and the prevalent prejudice she still witnesses

    Shocking: In June 2020 Myleene detailed the horrific racial abuse she experienced in her childhood and the prevalent prejudice she still witnesses

    Myleene opened the post with explaining what she is working to do by revealing the struggles she has faced in her past. She wrote: ‘I’m trying so hard to explain the complexities of racism to my children. How it happens…

    ‘How whilst I don’t understand the struggles a black person living in America might be experiencing, how I do understand and know my own experience of being a mixed race Filipino girl growing up in Norfolk…

    ‘I had those words thrown at me. On other occasions, it wasn’t just words, it was rock filled snowballs by a group of boys as I walked home, I had my hair cut in the school cloakrooms by some girls, later they threatened a lighter…

    'I'm trying so hard to explain the complexities of racism to my children': Myleene discussed her own experiences - yet conceded she cannot understand the struggles in the US

    ‘I’m trying so hard to explain the complexities of racism to my children’: Myleene discussed her own experiences – yet conceded she cannot understand the struggles in the US

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