Myleene Klass has celebrated five years since she first met her boyfriend Simon Motson with a series of love photos.
The 42-year-old presenter took to Instagram Stories to share a selection of photos of her relationship with the 45-year-old PR guru, saying that she ‘loved him forever and ever’.
Myleene and Simon began dating in 2015 after divorcing husband Graham Quinn in 2012, and they welcomed their first child together, son Apollo, last August.
Fun: Myleene Klass, 42, has been celebrating five years since she first met boyfriend Simon Motson, 45, with a series of love photos
Myleene shared several snaps of her stories, accompanied by Elton John’s ever-romantic Your Song, including one from a recent vacation when they flew across the ocean in a boat.
In another photo, the couple was seen on a bike ride together, while in one photo they cuddled together in a hammock.
About the five posts she wrote: ‘5 years to the day we met … Congratulations … I can’t wait to do the next 5 and the 5 after and, and, and … I always love you and forever … Your Leenie x. ‘
Beloved: The presenter took to Instagram Stories to share a selection of photos of her relationship with the PR guru, while ‘loving him forever and ever’.
Sweet: A moment when Myleene and Simon relaxed together in a hammock while sharing a collection of photos documenting their romance
Adorable: A photo showed Myleene and Simon enjoying a boat ride on a recent romantic getaway
Happier than ever: Myleene and Simon started dating in 2015 after divorcing husband Graham Quinn in 2012
On Wednesday, Myleene looked fancier than ever when she walked into Global Studios in a gorgeous leopard print trouser suit.
The presenter beamed in her striking two-part when she arrived to present the morning show on Smooth Radio.
Myleene showed off her impeccable fashion sense in a gorgeous leopard print blazer and matching pants when she arrived at the radio studios.
The former Hear-Say singer paired the two-piece with black leather heels as she battled the drizzly weather to enter the studio.
Myleene completed her chic look with oversized sunglasses and a Chanel handbag when she arrived to present the Smooth show.
Stylish: On Wednesday, Myleene looked fancier than ever when she walked into Global Studios in a gorgeous leopard-print trouser suit
Stunning: The presenter shone in her striking two-part when she arrived to present the afternoon program on Smooth Radio
Since the birth of her son Apollo last year, Myleene has done her part to normalize breastfeeding and recently shared another photo of herself feeding her son.
She wrote: ‘After a long day at work, so glad I came home for the night feed. #normalisebreastfeeding. ‘
In July, the mother of three defended her decision to share photos of herself feeding her son.
Sensational: Myleene showed off her impeccable fashion sense in a gorgeous leopard print blazer and matching pants when she arrived at the radio studios
Candid: Since the birth of her son Apollo last year, Myleene has done her part to normalize breastfeeding and recently shared a photo of herself feeding her infant son
She said, ‘Uh oh. Some of us mothers are punished for pumping. No one will lift an eyelid preparing their own breakfast, why would you choose to get nervous because my baby has his? Breasts are designed to nourish.
‘How funny that some fats, cells and glands can offend so many so deeply. Being a mother is hard enough. You can’t do right if you do something wrong. Apparently everyone knows how to raise YOUR baby except you.
‘If you feed on formula you are supposedly the devil, if you breastfeed you insult those who cannot or cannot and worse, patriarchy will not be able to control itself … stop tingling the menfolk! ‘
Doting: In July, the mother of three defended her decision to share photos of herself feeding her son, who she calls her ‘little miracle baby’
She continued: ‘My body, my baby, my choice. I exclusively breastfeed Apollo for 11 months. He is my miracle baby. It’s part of our band. I love, LOVE doing it for him.
‘The photos of other breastfeeding women pumping normalize things for me and if mine in turn do the same for other mothers who are embarrassed, convicted or who have to suffocate their baby under a muslin, otherwise they insult a wallflower with their life-giving and breastfeeding skills I will continue to post. ‘
To round off her point by going into detail about the struggles new mothers face, she said, ‘The cracked nipples, feeding from mastitis, engorgement, bleeding, blocked milk ducts, the fear that someone has left the freezer drawer open and ruined your milk supply, pumping the night …
The leaks, the boulder-sized bras that cut your shoulders, the extra weight your body clings to, trying not to spill a drop while you decant at work, timing your feeds so you don’t explode, watching what you eat and drink, these mothers deserve support and respect, not criticism. What a bunch of babies. ‘
Earlier this year, Myleene stated she was on a mission to “ normalize ” breastfeeding, saying she is not trying to “ race her body back ” after gaining five stone gestation weight.
No rush: Earlier this year, Myleene stated she was on a mission to ‘normalize’ breastfeeding and said she is not trying to ‘race her body back’ after winning five stones during her pregnancy