Katherine Jenkins reveals that she had an uncomfortable encounter with a fan who did not recognize her
Katherine Jenkins reveals that she had a difficult encounter with a fan who didn't recognize her and her & # 39; a right diva & # 39; on her face
Katherine Jenkins admitted that she recently had a hilarious case of false identity when a fan who didn't recognize her slapped her face.
The singer, 39, appeared on Tuesday's Good Morning Britain episode where she talked about how she had a conversation with a North Wales fan prior to her performance in Llandudno during the summer.
Before she entered the stage, Katherine went to the beach to take some pictures and bumped into a woman who offered to help.
Awkward: Katherine Jenkins, 39, admitted that she recently had a hilarious case of false identity when a fan who didn't recognize her slapped her face
Katherine was casually dressed for the outing and was wearing torn jeans that the woman wasn't impressed with.
& # 39; She looked at my jeans and said: & # 39; look at the condition of your jeans, you can't afford a decent pair & # 39;, & # 39; she said.
The lady said she was around for the singer's concert and didn't ask Katherine: & # 39; Have you heard of her? & # 39;
The woman then noted that she thought Katherine & # 39; was the right diva in the past & # 39;
Interview: Katherine told Piers Morgan on Good Morning Britain that she met a woman on a beach in France for her concert who attended her show but didn't recognize her
Katherine, who is the mother of Aaliyah, four, and Xander, nineteen months, with husband Andrew Levitas, 42, made a hasty exit from the beach and later told the woman that it was she she really talked about during the show.
& # 39; I told the story (during the concert) and let her stand up. She took it very well, & she said at the ITV show.
The appearance of Katherine & # 39; s Good Morning Britain comes after she recently discussed motherhood juggling with her work duties and explained her strong bond with her deceased father.
She revealed that she did not return to work until weeks after her son Xander gave birth to prevent her from abandoning & # 39; people & # 39; as she appeared on Giovanna Fletcher & # 39; s Happy Mum Happy Baby podcast.
Conversation: The lady said she was around for the singer's concert and asked Katherine not to recognize: & # 39; Have you heard of her? & # 39; (pictured with Piers and Susanna Reid)
The mezzo-soprano singer also touched her childhood and told her that she was talking to her deceased father, Selwyn, who died of lung cancer in 1995 in her & # 39; vivid dreams & # 39 ;.
In June last year, the loving mother returned to work to perform The Greatest Showman's Never Enough at the Classic Brit Awards at the Royal Albert Hall in London, just a month after the birth of her second child.
When he came back to work, the singer explained: & I did a smaller one when he was five weeks and a bigger one when he was seven weeks.
Wrong identity: the woman then noted that she thought Katherine & # 39; was a diva in the past & # 39; but since she changed children
& # 39; The thing is so hard, in classical music we book so far in advance, so we book things 18 months in advance.
& # 39; Of course you can't plan when you get pregnant, so I had to cancel a lot of international things in the time that I was unable to fly when I had him.
& # 39; After that point you feel a bit, now if I cancel it, I could do it technically, there is a way to do it and get back into the bubble as quickly as possible, I don't want to disappoint people & # 39;
Katherine said: & # 39; I told the story (during the concert) and let her stand up. She took it very well & # 39;
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