Myleene Klass showed off her amazingly toned abs as she headed to Global Radio Studios in London on Saturday.
The radio host, 44, flaunted her toned physique in a clingy white crop top and a pair of pink wide leg pants as she arrived on her Smooth FM show.
She completed her stylish ensemble with a pair of vibrant fuchsia chunky trainers as she hit her caffeine fix along the way.
Impressive: Myleene Klass showed off her amazingly toned abs as she headed to Global Radio studios in London on Saturday
Myleene shielded her eyes from the sun with a pair of large square sunglasses and tucked her brunette locks under a camouflage-print baseball cap.
She accessorized her form-fitting outfit with an array of gold necklaces and accentuated her striking features with a light dusting of makeup.
The former Hear’Say singer showed off her sense of style by elegantly draping a classic Chanel fanny pack over her waist.
Golden girl: She accessorized her figure-hugging outfit with an array of gold necklaces and accentuated her striking features with a light dusting of makeup
Designer: Myleene showed off her sense of style by elegantly draping a classic Chanel fanny pack over her waist
Coffee time: She took her caffeine fix on the way and strolled around the studio in her eye-catching ensemble
Myleene has been busy promoting her new book, which is billed as a “how-to guide full of essential skills and knowledge”.
While promoting her book on social media recently, Myleene highlighted the importance of teaching first aid in schools after saving her two daughters from choking.
She recalled the time she was caught off guard when her daughter Ava, 14, choked on calamari while on vacation four years ago, and when Hero, 11, got nabbed a plastic star in the throat at the age of 18 months.
New venture: Myleene has been busy promoting her new book They Don’t Teach This At School, which is billed as a ‘how-to guide full of essential skills and knowledge’
Excerpts from the book have been published in The sun ahead of its release, with the former Hear’Say star stressing the importance of basic survival skills in the text.
She wrote: “A few years ago we were chilling on holiday and my defenses were down so when Ava started choking on calamari I didn’t realize it immediately.
“Hero choked on a little plastic star when she was a year and a half.”
The radio presenter went on to describe the mechanics of what to do if someone is choking, and even shared a step-by-step guide to performing CPR.
Myleene’s book also discusses treating jellyfish stings and recognizing the signs of a stroke.
Scary: Promoting her book, Myleene stressed the importance of teaching first aid in schools after saving her two daughters from choking (Pictured: Her children are taught CPR)
She also reminds people to ‘stop, drop and roll’ if they are engulfed in flames, recalling the time she jumped to the aid of a woman when her hair extensions caught fire during launch from one of his classic albums, and when the same happened to a member of a rival pop group at a nightclub.
The former I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! the campmate also shared her tips in handy explainer videos on Twitterrecreating emergency scenarios with her children.
In a message to her 430,000 followers last month, Myleene spoke about the importance of being prepared for dangerous situations.
She wrote: ‘Just found out we helped a mum save her baby’s life yesterday after watching our choking video.
“We all feel very moved and relieved after hearing this news.
“All my security videos are on TikTok, but I will also post them here. My book has all of this information BUT *DISCLAIMER* This is a DEMONSTRATION. Do NOT try or attempt this on someone who does not need actual CPR.
“Stay safe, informed and empowered.
‘NB. Lifesaving breaths are most relevant for children when it comes to CPR, as the majority of accidents where it is needed/used occur around water/swimming pools.
Myleene, who also shares two-year-old Apollo with handsome Simon Motson, has spoken about the importance of teaching first aid in schools in the past and has been part of an awareness campaign with St John Ambulance the last year.
Family: Last month Myleene spoke about the importance of preparing for dangerous situations (pictured with daughters Ava and Hero and son Apollo, two)