She revealed how lockdown has been a 'rollercoaster of emotions'.But Myleene Klass looked at peace on Sunday as she went for a walk in the woods wi
She revealed how lockdown has been a ‘rollercoaster of emotions’.
But Myleene Klass looked at peace on Sunday as she went for a walk in the woods with her son Apollo.
The star, 42, cut a stylish figure in a black baker boy hat as she held her 10-month-old in a leopard print carrier.
Wholesome outing: Myleene Klass went for a stroll in the woods on Sunday with her 10-month-old son Apollo
The former Hear’Say singer accessorised with a gold watch and subtle gold hoop earrings.
Meanwhile little Apollo looked adorable all wrapped up as he stared inquisitively at the camera.
Myleene captioned the snap: ‘His little face! Our woodland walk has tired him out…although I was doing all the carrying!’
Adorable: The star, 42, cut a stylish figure in a black baker boy hat as she held her son in a leopard print carrier
The outing comes after Myleene spoke candidly about her difficulties during lockdown.
She described this time being a ‘rollercoaster of emotion’ as she promises to keep up family time once restrictions are lifted.
The star has joined the McCain Family Pledge saying that although there have been struggles, she has ’embraced being at home more with the girls, Apollo, and Simon.’
Making a pledge: Myleene Klass, 42, has said she will ‘ensure we keep precious time together as a family going’ after lockdown as part of a new campaign with McCain
In a short video the singer recites a poem which brings to life heart-warming pledges being made by families across the UK as they come out lockdown.
Myleene chatted about what families will ‘take to the other side’, things such as meal times together and laughter and also gives a nod to Joe Wick’s PE classes.
The brunette beauty also spoke about her own families experience, admitting that it hasn’t all been easy but that her family have enjoyed being together.
She said: ‘As our fantastic front-line workers have worked to keep us safe and the country running during lockdown, the experience has been quite different for those families at home.
Made it through: The mother-of-three spoke candidly about her time in lockdown, admitting that ‘the whole experience has been a rollercoaster of emotions’
‘Whilst the whole experience has been a rollercoaster of emotions, I, like many other parents, will be trying to take something positive out of the experience.
‘And while there is no doubt that we have all struggled at various points over the weeks, I’ve embraced being at home more with the girls, Apollo, and Simon.
‘We will be continuing to ensure we keep our precious time together as a family going, whether cooking together, sitting round the table or just walking the baby around the garden. As long as we’re together.’
Myleene added: ‘Working with McCain on My Family Pledge, I have been able to reflect on both my experience and those of other families across the UK, brought to life in the Nation’s Conversation research.
Adorable: Myleene has been looking after her three children, including son Apollo, during the lockdown as well as presenting her radio show
Keeping it up: The presenter said she and beau Simon Motson, 35 (pictured with their son Apollo) would ensure family time kept on being a priority after lockdown ends
‘It has definitely moved me to see what families across the nation have enjoyed about lockdown – the slower pace of life, and how quality family-time, especially at mealtimes, has become so important for many.’
New research released by McCain shows that a fifth of parents believe lockdown has been beneficial for their kids due to the extra ‘family time’ it has given them
A study of 1,000 mums and dads with children living at home found more than a third are now re-thinking their entire routines.
As a result, 78 per cent have pledged to retain some aspect of their current regime even when restrictions are lifted.
Exhausted: The mum of three recently revealed in a video that she was exhausted as no one in her family has been able to sleep in the scorching temperatures