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Myleene Klass effortlessly displays chic displays in an all-black outfit when she arrives at Global Radio

She has shown her effortless style while presenting her radio show during the coronavirus lock.

And Myleene Klass looked as chic as ever when she arrived at Global Radio Studios on Saturday in an all-black ensemble to present her Smooth radio show.

The 42-year-old presenter showed her fashion reference in wide, polka dot pants and a lace-up shirt.

Chic: Myleene Klass looked chic as ever when she arrived at Global Radio on Saturday in an all-black ensemble to present her Smooth radio show

Chic: Myleene Klass looked chic as ever when she arrived at Global Radio on Saturday in an all-black ensemble to present her Smooth radio show

The former pop singer combined her stylish look with a pair of sky-high black strappy stilettos that added height to her frame.

She completed her all-black ensemble with a black leather motorcycle jacket, which kept her warm in colder weather.

Myleene went perfectly with a black Chanel handbag with a padded clutch and oversized black cat-eye sunglasses.

Good-looking: The 42-year-old presenter tucked her stuff into wide, polka dot pants and a chic lace-edged shirt as she went in for another day of work

Good-looking: The 42-year-old presenter tucked her stuff into wide, polka dot pants and a chic lace-trim shirt as she went in for another day of work

Good-looking: The 42-year-old presenter tucked her stuff into wide, polka dot pants and a chic lace-trim shirt as she went in for another day of work

Professional: Myleene looked professional and sat together in her all-black ensemble

Professional: Myleene looked professional and sat together in her all-black ensemble

Good-looking: The 42-year-old presenter tucked her stuff into wide, polka dot pants and a chic lace-trim shirt as she went in for another day of work

She unleashed her luscious brunette locks in tumbling waves and added some bling to her look with a pair of gold stacking chains and a gold watch.

Myleene is on her way to work every day amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic to host her Smooth Radio show from the studios.

On Wednesday, Myleene talked about the shocking physical and verbal racist abuse she experienced in her youth and the common prejudice she still witnesses today.

Refined: The former pop singer paired her classy look with a pair of sky-high black strappy stilettos that added height to her frame

Refined: The former pop singer paired her classy look with a pair of sky-high black strappy stilettos that added height to her frame

Refined: The former pop singer paired her classy look with a pair of sky-high black strappy stilettos that added height to her frame

Born in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, to an Austrian father and a Filipino mother, the star took to Instagram on Wednesday morning to reveal that she’s struggling to explain racism to her children amid the Black Lives Matter movement

In her passionate post, the star listed some of the terrible insults she’s faced over the years, with a shocking list that reads, “Chink. Slit eye. Number 69, fried rice. Hybrid. Table tennis. Slut. All Tai girls are sluts. Banana’.

Myleene is mother to Ava, 12, Hero, nine, from her relationship with ex Graham Quinn and Apollo, 10 months, with current partner Simon Motson, 45.

Staying warm: She enhanced her look with a black leather motorcycle jacket to keep warm in colder weather

Staying warm: She enhanced her look with a black leather motorcycle jacket to keep warm in colder weather

Perfectly put together: Myleene perfectly combined with a black Chanel quilted handbag that she wore as a clutch

Perfectly put together: Myleene perfectly combined with a black Chanel quilted handbag that she wore as a clutch

Staying warm: She enhanced her look with a black leather motorcycle jacket to keep warm in colder weather

Bling: The mom of three added oversized black cat-eye sunglasses and made a statement with an assortment of gold stacking chains

Bling: The mom of three added oversized black cat-eye sunglasses and made a statement with an assortment of gold stacking chains

Bling: The mom of three added oversized black cat-eye sunglasses and made a statement with an assortment of gold stacking chains

Amid the Black Lives Matter movement and the aftermath of George Floyd’s death, the star revealed she’s trying to raise her children.

Floyd, a 46-year-old black man, died last Monday after a white police officer knelt on his head in Minneapolis for nearly nine minutes, sparking a wave of protests.

The star attended Notre Dame High School in Norwich, but was transferred to Cliff Park Ormiston Academy in Gorleston-on-Sea to finish high school.

Myleene opened the post explaining what she is doing by revealing the difficulties she has faced in her past. She wrote, “I try so hard to explain the complexity of racism to my children. How it happens …

Shocking: Her outing comes two days after she described the horrific racist abuse she experienced in her youth and the prevailing prejudice she still witnesses

Shocking: Her outing comes two days after she described the horrific racist abuse she experienced in her youth and the prevailing prejudice she still witnesses

Shocking: Her outing comes two days after she described the horrific racist abuse she experienced in her youth and the prevailing prejudice she still witnesses

“How do I understand and know my own experience as a mixed-race Filipino girl growing up in Norfolk, when I may not understand and know the struggles a black person living in America may be experiencing?”

“I got those words thrown at me. On other occasions it wasn’t just words, it was snow-filled snowballs from a group of boys as I walked home, I had my hair cut in the school wardrobes by some girls, later they threatened a lighter …

“They spat. “Why is your mother talking like that? Why don’t you have an accent?” I was born here. “Yes, but you don’t belong here” …

‘I also remember the pride and relief I felt when a bus with 10-year-olds stopped next to my own bus and the children started to make’ Chinese eyes and boxing teeth ‘opposite each other and then had my own bus returned with fist plates and fingers …

“It was a small ‘victory’, I felt ashamed, hot, ashamed, but I remember so well, because for the first time I didn’t feel alone, I had a small sign of solidarity that gave me courage.”

Heartfelt: The singer took to Instagram on Wednesday morning to reveal that she's struggling to explain racism to her children amid the Black Lives Matter movement

Heartfelt: The singer took to Instagram on Wednesday morning to reveal that she's struggling to explain racism to her children amid the Black Lives Matter movement

Heartfelt: The singer took to Instagram on Wednesday morning to reveal that she’s struggling to explain racism to her children amid the Black Lives Matter movement

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