Myleene Klass makes a fiery statement in a red tiger print top and white flares
Myleene Klass made a fiery statement in a red animal print top as she headed home from her Smooth FM show on Friday.
The I’m A Celebrity star, 45, left the Global headquarters in London’s Leicester Square in the tiger print number, paired with white flared trousers.
She completed her look with matching pointed heels and tortoiseshell sunglasses, and completed her look with a white Chanel clutch.
She managed to smile, although earlier this week she angrily claimed that Maria Caulfield, the government’s women’s health minister, ignored her requests for a meeting.
Myleene, who has had a miscarriage in the past, said she wanted to meet in person to discuss a potential rule change to help patients, but said she had had no response.
Fiery: Myleene Klass made a statement in a red tiger print top and white flared trousers as she headed to her Smooth FM show on Friday
Not defeated: The I’m A Celebrity star headed to Global’s headquarters in London’s Leicester Square in the tiger print number, paired with white flared trousers
Glam: Completing her look with matching pointed toe heels and tortoiseshell sunglasses, she completed her look with a white Chanel handbag
The TV and radio personality took to social media to express her frustration.
Myleene has expressed her wish for the law in Britain to be changed so that women are not forced to have three miscarriages before they are eligible for help.
She originally tweeted on Tuesday that she was “still waiting for a meeting” in hopes of “closing” the proposed changes.
Referring to “250,000 women (p/a) and their dead babies,” Myleene raged: “They all deserve more than a zoom call as currently suggested by you.”
The next morning, she was equally persistent, adding, “Tomorrow @mariacaulfield. I have messaged you (again) requesting a personal meeting with you.
“You are the health secretary who does not meet to discuss women’s health? @_OliviaBlake @tommys @RCObsGyn and I are waiting.’
The emotionally charged situation is close to Myleene’s heart, as she herself has had four miscarriages.
She also had three successful births — daughters Ava, 15, and Hero, 10, plus son Apollo, three, but she swears she’ll never forget the devastating pregnancies she lost.
Chic: Fashion forward Myleene shows off a white Chanel handbag, which coordinates perfectly with her pants and pointy heels, adding a splash of colorful tiger print too
Angry: She managed to smile despite claiming earlier this week that Maria Caulfield, the government’s women’s health minister, ignored her requests for a meeting
Furious: Myleene, who has had a miscarriage in the past, said she wanted to meet in person to discuss a possible rule change to help patients, but said she had had no response
Myleene also raised the delicate issue with MailOnline and other members of the press during a campaign last year.
“If I disappear from the planet tomorrow, I’ve done my part,” she reasoned about her decision to go political.
“I have beautiful babies and they will know I marched into Parliament with the likes of Olivia Blake [MP],’ she explained.
“We’re changing the law so no woman has to be told, ‘You’re going to have this experience two more times, three times in total before we look at it,'” she vowed.
However, she added, “It’s taken forever, as most things do when it comes to government.”
She had previously admitted on Instagram that her baby loss journey had left her “mentally weakened,” especially when she saw other mothers’ success stories online.
Despite her long wait, Myleene – who is hugely popular on her Smooth Radio show – won’t give up until she gets a miscarriage of justice.