Myleene Klass looks stylish in blue midi dress at art exhibition


Myleene Klass cut a stylish figure as she attended an art exhibition on Thursday after it was revealed she’s set to add to her millions setting up a food manufacturing business.

The presenter, 43, – who is already reported to have a £15million fortune – started up the company My Supper Hero Ltd with friend and burger baron Jamie Barber.

The pair started the company, which specifies its business as ‘manufacture of other food products’ and ‘other food services’ on April 26 and Myleene was made a co-director on May 21.

Pretty: Myleene Klass cut a stylish figure as she attended the opening of a Van Gogh exhibition on Thursday after it was revealed she’s set to add to her millions setting up food manufacturing business

It comes as the brunette beauty attended the Van Gogh Alive Museum exhibition at Kensington Gardens in London on Thursday night wearing a pretty blue midi dress.

The star looked great in the patterned number that she wore with brown wedges as she posed for the camera alongside her daughters Hero, 10, and Ava, 13. 

Myleene’s new business partner James Barber, 50, made his own fortune from the restaurant business and runs the Hache Burger chain which has seven outlets across London.

Family: Myleene posed for the camera alongside her daughters Hero, 10, and Ava, 13, at the art event in London

Family: Myleene posed for the camera alongside her daughters Hero, 10, and Ava, 13, at the art event in London 

Savvy: The presenter, 43, - who is already reported to have a £15million fortune - started up the company My Supper Hero Ltd with friend and burger baron James Barber

Savvy: The presenter, 43, – who is already reported to have a £15million fortune – started up the company My Supper Hero Ltd with friend and burger baron James Barber

Beauty: It comes as the brunette beauty attended the Van Gogh Alive Museum exhibition at Kensington Gardens in London on Thursday night wearing a pretty blue midi dress

Stunning: She looked typically chic at the event

Beauty: It comes as the brunette beauty attended the Van Gogh Alive Museum exhibition at Kensington Gardens in London on Thursday night wearing a pretty blue midi dress

New venture: Myleene's new business partner James Barber, 50, (pictured) made his own fortune from the restaurant business and runs the Hache Burger chain which has seven outlets across London

New venture: Myleene’s new business partner James Barber, 50, (pictured) made his own fortune from the restaurant business and runs the Hache Burger chain which has seven outlets across London

He’s also a director of the successful Hush Mayfair restaurant and has numerous other business interests.

Meanwhile Myleene has amassed her money from music, modelling, clothing ranges, TV work and is currently a presenter on Smooth Radio. 

It comes after earlier on Thursday Myleene furiously hit back at a troll who criticised her decision to throw a RuPaul’s Drag Race themed party for her daughter Hero’s 10th birthday.

Cute: Her two daughters looked stylish as they posed alongside their mother before enjoying the exhibition

Cute: Her two daughters looked stylish as they posed alongside their mother before enjoying the exhibition 

Radiant: Myleene wore her honey tresses in loose waves over her shoulders and opted for a natural makeup look

Radiant: Myleene wore her honey tresses in loose waves over her shoulders and opted for a natural makeup look

The star responded to the troll who insisted that drag ‘is for adults’ and she should ‘let kids be kids,’ by insisting her daughter chose the party’s theme and simply wanted to celebrate its themes of ‘inclusivity and diversity.’

On Sunday Myleene took to Instagram to share a glimpse of the vibrant and fun party she and fiancé Simon Motson threw for Hero, complete with its own runway, lipsync battles and a recorded message from queen Bimini Bon Boulash. 

After sharing her first post of snaps and videos from the party, one user commented: ‘Drag Queen bday for a toddler?’

Chic: The star looked great in the patterned number that she wore with brown wedges as she posed for the camera

Chic: The star looked great in the patterned number that she wore with brown wedges as she posed for the camera

Successful: Myleene has amassed her money from music, modelling, clothing ranges, TV work and is currently a presenter on Smooth Radio

Successful: Myleene has amassed her money from music, modelling, clothing ranges, TV work and is currently a presenter on Smooth Radio

The mother-of-three was then quick to respond, writing: ‘You work in the arts! I would set that judgement.’

The troll then elaborated: ‘I am sorry my dear, but ”drag” is entertainment for adults, so better to let kids be kids first and don’t worry they gonna get there! I love kids as much as I love my artwork! Regards!’ 

Myleene then hit back: ‘Some drag acts might come with an age limite, but the enjoyment, diversity, inclusivity, skill and zero judgement, only joy, doesn’t.

Dynamic duo: James is also a director of the successful Hush Mayfair restaurant and has numerous other business interests

Dynamic duo: James is also a director of the successful Hush Mayfair restaurant and has numerous other business interests

‘The kids who came didn’t see limitation, they saw vibrance and celebration for being exactly who you want to be.

‘My daughter chose the theme, she’s been raised by her drag uncles and the LGBTQI community since she was born. She chose to celebrate in technicolour and her family dived right in to back her.

‘Again, you work in the arts. You should know better than throwing this out there.’ 

Myleene later took to her Instagram Stories to share the troll’s comments, alongside the message: ‘In the words of @domandink, Drag is about inclusivity and self expression.

‘There are children right now struggling with who they are and trying to understand where they fit in. All will not become clear at 18. Inclusivitym tolerance and understanding starts now. Happy Pride.’

The star also shared several DMs from fans praising her open support of Hero, adding: ‘Us Mums stand with the LGBTQ+ community. We are teaching our kids to be inclusive, respectful and giving them the freedom to be who they want to be.’ 

Vibrant: It comes after earlier on Thursday Myleene furiously hit back at a troll who criticised her decision to throw a RuPaul's Drag Race themed party for her daughter Hero's 10th birthday

Vibrant: It comes after earlier on Thursday Myleene furiously hit back at a troll who criticised her decision to throw a RuPaul’s Drag Race themed party for her daughter Hero’s 10th birthday

Really? One troll was quick to comment on Myleene's post, claiming drag 'was for adults' and she should 'let kids be kids'

Really? One troll was quick to comment on Myleene’s post, claiming drag ‘was for adults’ and she should ‘let kids be kids’



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