Myleene Klass is every inch the doting mom as she steps out of Smooth FM studios with her son Apollo in tow.
Myleene Klass was every inch the doting mother on Saturday as she left the Smooth FM studios in London with her three-year-old son Apollo in tow.
The 45-year-old TV and radio star cut a casual figure in a custom black T-shirt during her outing with the baby on her hip after he escorted her to work.
Myleene was in high spirits as she strolled down the street with her son, opting for a laid-back look with a top emblazoned with her name and baggy joggers.
The former Hear-Say singer added a pair of sleek tan sneakers and carried her essentials in a black leather backpack.
Complementing her weekend look, she finished things off with on-trend shades, gold hoop earrings, and dainty gold necklaces.
That’s my boy: Myleene Klass was every inch the doting mom on Saturday as she left the Smooth FM studios in London with her three-year-old son Apollo in tow
Style: The 45-year-old TV and radio star cut a casual figure in a custom black T-shirt during her outing with baby on her hip after he escorted her to work
Meanwhile, little Apolo was adorable in a Nirvana T-shirt, tan shorts, and a blue patterned backpack.
The mother and son were all smiles as they strolled down the street after spending quality time together.
It comes after Myleene recalled her experience of suffering four “torturous” miscarriages while making history by changing pregnancy loss laws.
The reality star has spent four years campaigning for changes to UK miscarriage laws with Labor MP Olivia Blake and spoke of her delight when a series of changes were approved.
Myleene detailed how the changes will mean women will no longer have to wait until after three miscarriages for medical help and preconception advice and will have access to mental health support.
The changes were unveiled in the much-anticipated Pregnancy Loss Review, an independent report on NHS miscarriage care and how it can be improved, which came after the campaign by baby loss charity Tommy’s, with whom Myleene works.
Speaking about the milestone exclusively to MailOnline, Myleene bravely reflected on her own devastating experience of losing four babies and how the changes would have helped her.
Myleene detailed the ‘barbaric’ trauma she went through each time she had a miscarriage, recounting how she was left ‘trembling with fear’ after receiving the devastating news.
Mother and son: Myleene was in high spirits as she strolled down the street with her son, opting for a laid-back look with a top emblazoned with his name and flowy joggers
Looking good: The former Hear-Say singer added a pair of stylish tan sneakers and carried her essentials in a black leather backpack
Casual chic: Complementing her weekend look, she finished things off with trendy shades, gold hoop earrings, and dainty gold necklaces.
She explained how, shortly after being told she had lost her son, she had to decide what she wanted the hospital to do with the fetal remains, detailing the trauma of the moment.
Detailing the changes that needed to be made, he told MailOnline: “You’re standing there in your surgical socks shaking with fear and discomfort, with your dead baby in the scanner, and you have to decide.” Do I turn them to ash by checking a box or put them in a slide?
‘How do you mean the baby that’s lost in the paperwork you have to fill out? It’s torture,’ he continued.
‘The products of pregnancy, how would you like them to be disposed of? Would you like ashes and prayers or would you like slides and scientific input?’.
‘It’s barbaric and everything is going to stop now. The fact that I’ve been campaigning for years and now I’m saying there’s a full stop, it’s amazing.
Myleene also recalled how she was expected to walk through a waiting room full of pregnant women after receiving the heartbreaking news of her miscarriage.