It feels an unimaginable luxury to have someone to share her life again. ‘The lovely thing is that I enjoy my relationship with him so much.
From lace lovers, For Love & Lemons, Myleene’s dress is stylish and unique.
We love the delicate cami-style silhouette and feminine ruffle tiers, making this just about the most romantic dress we’ve seen in a while! Paired with Myleene’s Cutler and Gross mirrored sunnies and metallic heels, you really can’t go wrong.
Her clothing and luggage range for Littlewoods – recently expanded into homeware, including tropical leaf-print duvet covers, geometric glass tables and lamps – sells an item a minute every day (Myleene’s personal fortune is estimated to be at least £11 million).
And then there’s My K, her children’s clothes range for Mothercare, which is stocked in 33 countries.
‘I often take them on shoots but they don’t see the façade of hair and make-up. Born in Norfolk, she comes from six generations of classical musicians and showed extraordinary musical ability from the start, but aged 12 she also won a school engineering prize and had to decide which direction her life would take: music or science.
I send them to see the technical side and get them to find out what everybody’s job is,’ she says. When she chose music, she imagined a future as a classical musician in an orchestra (she still plays piano and violin for her own enjoyment).
Life has taken some unexpected turns for Myleene Klass, the classical violinist who accidentally became a pop star, morphed into a style icon and now sits atop a multimillion-pound fashion empire. Her marriage to Graham Quinn – after they had been together for 11 years and had two daughters – collapsed after six months, when Graham told her he was leaving her, reportedly out of the blue, on her 34th birthday.
She told YOU at the time it was like taking ‘a bullet to [the] heart’ and thought she would never smile or trust anyone again. Today she’s upbeat, relaxed and decidedly unstarry.
She is still a keen amateur astronomer and frequently uses mathematical or scientific terms, describing herself lying awake at night and visualising the huge workforce around the world depending on her decisions, ‘circling around me like an orrery’.