New mum Myleene Klass continues to work in London despite coronavirus fears

Myleene Klass has not long given birth to her baby son, but it seems there is nothing that will stop the star continuing to work in London amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

The former Hear’Say singer, 41, looked extremely cheerful and chirpy as she headed into Global studios in Leicester Square on Wednesday morning.

Mum-of-three Myleene, who gave birth to son Apollo seven months ago, was carrying on with work amid the killer virus outbreak, which is causing widespread disruption as hundreds of thousands of Brits self-isolate at home on government advice.

She was kitted out with a pricey £2,500 Chanel quilted backpack and lavish sunglasses as she made her way to present on Smooth Radio in the city.

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Myleene looked every inch the stylish mum as she wrapped up in a black double-breasted blazer and wide-leg trousers, which she paired with a comfy pair of black trainers.

Looking as relaxed as ever, the model wore her brunette locks in waves and donned a dazzling smile as she casually walked towards the building.

She looked incredible in the tight-fitting power suit after welcoming her third child with boyfriend Simon Motson last August.

Myleene is also a doting mum to daughters Ava, 12, and Hero, eight, who she shares with her ex-husband Graham Quinn, 45.

Yesterday the presenter urged her Instagram fans who are in self-isolation to “come keep me company” as it was business as usual from the radio station.

She wrote on her Story: “On @smoothradio right now. So many of you working from home… Come keep me company x.”

It comes as the total number of confirmed cases of coronavirus across the world has shot over the 200,000 milestone.

Boris Johnson will be grilled by MPs today over the £350bn emergency package announced yesterday.

The PM has hinted that schools will close “within days” as the crisis continues – although for now most remain open.

Earlier this morning, Michael and Emily Eavis, who run Glastonbury festival, announced that its much anticipated 50th anniversary outing has been cancelled this year.

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