Myleene Klass steps out amid COVID-19 crisis

Myleene Klass has been braving central London most days to get to work.

And Monday morning was no exception for the presenter, 42, as she arrived at the Global Radio studios in Leicester Square.

The media personality was clad in a stylish, snakeskin print shirt and loose black trousers.

The show must go on! Myleene Klass, 42, arrived at the Global Radio studios in Leicester Square, London on Monday morning 

She layered up with a coordinating black blazer and opted for comfort with trainers.

Myleene toted a black leather bag in one hand and sported a full face of make-up for her daily outing to host her Smooth radio show.

The former Hear’Say singer appeared in good spirits as she ventured out in deserted central London.

Looking good: The media personality was clad in a stylish, snakeskin print shirt and loose black trousers

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

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

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.

Braving it: The former Hear’Say singer appeared in good spirits as she ventured out in deserted central London

Her daughters Ava, 12, and Hero, eight, joined in, wowing with their talents after years of being taught by their mum, while baby Apollo, seven months, sat on her lap 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!’

This week, the Music Klass plan has evolved to include two classes for the whole family on Monday and Fridays at 10am, plus a lullaby session on Wednesday evenings where the talented star will serenade us all by taking requests, this week’s theme is Disney.  

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

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Myleene admitted she started out doing the videos for her mum friends.

‘I have a Whatsapp group with a load of my school mum friends. All of us are having a meltdown about home schooling and homework,’ she admits. 

‘And I just said “I’m teaching my children music at home anyway so I’m just going to turn the whole thing into a lesson and you can have it for free, it’s my gift!”‘

Family affair: Myleene has been sharing  a number of videos of herself with her daughters Ava, 12, and Hero, eight

Myleene, like most parents, admits home schooling ‘is a really big ask on a lot of families,’ after schools and nurseries were closed to all but the children of key workers.

‘We need a break,’ she insisted, ‘we’re trying to work from home, trying to keep the dinners going, trying to keep the sanity going at home as well as the physical exercise, the lessons, everyone’s got different needs. 

‘There’s huge concerns for everyone about work at the moment to there’s a lot of pressures on families’. 

Music lessons: The mother of three had a brainwave as the UK prepared to go into lockdown, realising she can offer her talents as a classically trained musician

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