Myleene Klass puts on a stylish display as she heads to work in London

Myleene Klass puts on a stylish display in a tweed longline jacket and a fedora as she heads to work in London amid the ongoing coronavirus crisis

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She’s been keeping the nation entertained during the coronavirus crisis with a regular music class for children.

But Myleene Klass still made sure to go to work during the global pandemic, as she was seen heading to Smooth Radio studios in London on Saturday, for her regular time slot. 

The Hear’Say singer, 41, put on a stylish display for the occasion as she wrapped up in a tweed longline jacket that she wore over a chic white shirt.

Glam Myleene Klass put on a stylish display in a tweed longline jacket and a fedora as she headed to work in London on Saturday amid the ongoing coronavirus crisis 

Myleene complemented her attire by stepping out in a pair of beige trousers, while she also stepped out in a pair of white trainers.

Her brunette locks were styled into loose waves that she covered with a chic fedora, and she used a natural palette of make-up to highlight her natural features. 

The former I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Outta Here star kept her personal items in a large black Chanel handbag, and accessorised with an array of gold necklaces.

Stunning: Her brunette locks were styled into loose waves that she covered with a chic fedora, and she used a natural palette of make-up to highlight her natural features


Attention to detail: The former I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Outta Here star kept her personal items in a large black Chanel handbag, and accessorised with an array of gold necklaces

Chic: Myleene complemented her attire by stepping out in a pair of beige trousers, while she also stepped out in a pair of white trainers

Myleene’s appearance comes after she wowed fans on Instagram as she played the piano backwards amid a lesson with daughters Ava, 12, and Hero, eight. 

On Friday Myleene uploaded a video showing her teaching the difference between ‘major’ and ‘minor’, but she soon stunned when she turned around and began tickling the ivories behind her back. 

Captioning the video, Myleene penned: ‘PARENTS! Today, watch me literally bend over backwards to teach your kids! Major or Minor? (Two of my friends still don’t know the difference….you know who you are, I know you’ll be watching!) 

‘They will know it after this. #myleenesmusicklass link in Bio #youtube #stayhome #homeschooling (oh and you get to see my party trick!)’

Wow! Myleene’s appearance comes after she wowed fans on Instagram as she played the piano backwards amid a lesson with daughters Ava, 12, and Hero, eight

In the clip, the star, who donned a pale blue shirt, played a jaunty tune, with her girls then holding up smiley or sad face posters to guess whether the tune was played in a major or minor chord.

She then revealed her ‘party trick’ and turned around facing away from piano, before proceeding to play the same song with her hands behind her back. 

Myleene spoke to MailOnline exclusively about her grand plans during the coronavirus crisis, declaring ‘I want to be the nation’s music teacher!’

The mother of three and singer had a brainwave last week as the UK prepared to go into lockdown, realising she can offer her talents as a classically trained musician.

Teacher: Myleene has grand plans during the coronavirus crisis, declaring to MailOnline that ‘I want to be the nation’s music teacher!’ as she launched her online Music Klass

After discussing the stresses of homeschooling in her school mums Whatsapp group, Myleene has decided to do her bit to ease the burden on parents by launching her online music lessons, dubbed Music Klass.

She tried out the classes last week, taking requests from her 300k Instagram followers as she played tune after tune at her home piano.

Her daughters Ava and Hero, joined in, wowing with their talents after years of being taught by their mum, while baby Apollo, seven months, sat on laps and her boyfriend Simon Motson played cameraman.

‘When I was a poor student working in a bar that’s what I’d do, I’d sit there and play whatever,’ she says, ‘playing by ear has been my hidden secret that no one has ever really known that I can do!’

Getting in on the fun: And it looks like her baby Apollo, seven months, has been enjoying the lessons too, as she shared images of her little one enjoying the sessions

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