Ashley Roberts catches the eye in lilac coat, slogan tee and fuchsia skirt as she continues to work amid coronavirus pandemic
She has kept up with her hosting duties during the COVID-19 pandemic, which has caused many Britons to adapt to working from home.
And Ashley Roberts proved that there is no rest for the wicked as she was pictured leaving London’s Global Studios after her Heart Breakfast show on Thursday morning.
The 38-year-old Pussycat Dolls singer stood out when she wore a lively ensemble, with a fringed fuchsia skirt and a lilac coat pulled over her shoulders.
Turning Heads: Ashley Roberts proved there is no rest for the wicked as she was pictured leaving London’s Global Studios after her Thursday morning Heart Breakfast show
The musician combined casual chic with glamor and formed a Purple Rain T-shirt with a pair of pink heels with ankle straps.
The media personality heightened the glamor in the accessories department while carrying her essentials in a cross-body bag with studs from YSL, completed with a few cat-eye shades.
Buttons hitmaker Ashley complemented her radiant complexion with matte makeup framed with her loosely curled locks.
Eye-catching: The 38-year-old Pussycat Dolls singer stood out when she wore a lively ensemble, with a fringed fuchsia skirt and a lilac coat tucked over her shoulders
Everything in Details: The Media Personality Enhanced The Glamor In The Accessory Department While Carrying Her Essentials In A YSL Studded Crossbody Bag With A Few Cat-Eye Shades
The outing comes after Ashley recently revealed that her co-host Amanda Holden would be ‘willing and able’ to join The Pussycat Dolls after it was announced that their tour had been canceled due to COVID-19 fears
Of Amanda’s desire to take on a role, Ashley explained, “She has said a lot about her willingness and ability.
“If we ever need someone to intervene, she is available. Mandy would bring a lot of fun and fun. She is a great little senorita. ‘
The pair have often documented their shenanigans with Heart Radio, including doing leg-up poses and pushing each other in wheelchair seats down an empty hallway when they had the office to themselves during the corona virus outbreak.
Watch her glow: Buds hitmaker Ashley complemented her radiant complexion with matte makeup framed with her loosely curled locks
Busy at: she kept up with her hosting duties during the COVID-19 pandemic, causing many Brits to adapt to working from home
Coronavirus was classified as a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO) earlier this month, with leading countries such as Italy, Spain and the UK implementing nationwide lockdowns.
Last week, around 1.4 million vulnerable people in Britain – including those with underlying health problems – were told to isolate themselves.
Monday evening, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson ordered the immediate closure of all non-essential stores and threatened people with fines or even arrest if they did not ‘stay home’. The closure lasts for a minimum of three weeks and the UK’s new state of emergency is unprecedented in modern history.
Gatherings of more than two people are banned in the most dramatic restrictions of freedom Britain has ever seen in times of peace or war, while the government is committed to spreading the deadly disease, which has 465 lives across the UK demanded to stop. .