Published On: Sun, May 2nd, 2021

Myleene Klass cuts a stylish figure in black coat as she steps out with daughter Hero and son Apollo

Myleene Klass cuts a stylish figure in a black trench coat and oversized grey trousers as she steps out in sunglasses with daughter Hero and son Apollo

Myleene Klass looked typically stylish on Saturday when she stepped out with her daughter Hero, ten and son Apollo, 20 months.

The presenter, 43, donned a fitted black trench coat and oversized grey trousers as she strolled around Leicester Square with her youngest child balanced on her hip.

Keeping the rays at bay behind a pair of black sunglasses, the doting mother appeared in high spirits ahead of her Smooth Radio shift.

Stylish mum: Myleene Klass, 43, looked typically stylish on Saturday when she stepped out with her daughter Hero, ten and son Apollo, 20 months

Stylish mum: Myleene Klass, 43, looked typically stylish on Saturday when she stepped out with her daughter Hero, ten and son Apollo, 20 months

Myleene wore her glossy brunette hair swept back into a ponytail.

Little Apollo looked adorable in a tiger stripe outfit, while his older sister sported a stripy top and trendy brown trousers.

Hero also rocked two bold streaks of pink hair.

It comes after Myleene – who got engaged to Simon Motson last year on their fifth anniversary – admitted being a step-mother in a large family is ‘not easy’ and wishes she had a step-parenting manual on how to go about it.

Fashionable family: The presenter donned a fitted black trench coat and oversized grey trousers as she strolled around Leicester Square with her youngest child balanced on her hip

Fashionable family: The presenter donned a fitted black trench coat and oversized grey trousers as she strolled around Leicester Square with her youngest child balanced on her hip

The presenter and fiancé Simon, 46, have baby son Apollo and two children each from previous relationships – making them a blended family of seven.

However, she said their approach to parenting step-children was to ‘treat them all the same’ and not to differentiate between ‘your children’ and ‘my children’.

In an interview with The Sun, she said: ‘I never dreamed I’d be living in a household of seven. And you know when you realise there’s no parenting manual? Wait until you haven’t got a step-parenting manual because that’s something else entirely.

‘I can’t lie, it’s not easy because there’s always something happening and I don’t feel there’s enough of me to go round.

‘But from the start we said we had to treat them all the same. It couldn’t be “your children” and “my children”, and that’s been something the kids all really wanted.’

Earlier this month, Myleene shared a rare insight into becoming a step-mum as she appeared on the Made By Mammas: The Podcast, hosted by Dr Zoe Hardman and Georgia Dayton.

Step-mum: Myleene admitted that being a step-mother in a large family is 'not easy' and wishes she had a step-parenting manual on how to go about it

Step-mum: Myleene admitted that being a step-mother in a large family is ‘not easy’ and wishes she had a step-parenting manual on how to go about it

Of being a step-mum, the former HearSay singer reflected: ‘It really takes you being the most mature you can possibly be, even when you don’t want to be.

‘I said to Sim when we were first all living in the house together, I said that I’m not going to tell your children off because I don’t feel like that’s my role.

‘And within ten minutes, that’d gone out of the window when one of them is hanging off the monkey bars and another is trying to put a ball through a window.’

Family: The presenter and fiancé Simon Motson, 46, have baby son Apollo, 20 months, and two children each from previous relationships - making them a blended family of seven

Family: The presenter and fiancé Simon Motson, 46, have baby son Apollo, 20 months, and two children each from previous relationships – making them a blended family of seven

‘In the end I just changed all that around and I sat them down around the table and said look, the only way we’re going to do this is, I see it as we’re all in a boat, this is how I view it.

‘And one of you rocks the boat, we’re all going to feel it. And if one of you goes overboard, I’m going to grab you and make sure you’re safe. That’s the only way we’re going to get through it is if we’re all in this together.

‘If anything gets a bit rocky or if anyone’s in trouble, we all just say “remember the boat”.’

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