Myleene Klass wears plunging leopard print dress and knee-high boots

She announced her engagement to her PR executive partner, Simon Motson, in September after five years together. 

And Myleene Klass displayed her post-engagement glow as she strutted through London and headed towards Global Radio studios on Tuesday.

The mother-of-three, 42, exuded glamour in a plunging leopard print maxi dress as she made her way inside to present her Smooth FM show. 

Taking the plunge: Myleene Klass displayed her post-engagement glow as she strutted through London and headed towards Global Radio studios on Tuesday

Taking the plunge: Myleene Klass displayed her post-engagement glow as she strutted through London and headed towards Global Radio studios on Tuesday

The presenter highlighted her hourglass physique with the striking number that featured a thigh-high split neckline. 

Myleene paired the look with a black blazer and black knee-high boots, which complemented her Chanel tote bag.

The broadcaster added a delicate touch with eclectic gold necklaces.

To complete the demure ensemble, Myleene wore black oversized glasses and flawless make-up. 

A walk on the wild side: The mother-of-three, 42, exuded glamour in a plunging leopard print maxi dress as she made her way inside to present her Smooth FM show

A walk on the wild side: The mother-of-three, 42, exuded glamour in a plunging leopard print maxi dress as she made her way inside to present her Smooth FM show 

The former pop singer styled her caramel tresses in a side part and opted for a natural loose wave. 

Myleene, who is of Filipino and Austrian descent, recently criticised wealthy middle class families for the way they talk about their Filipino members of staff.

The star admitted she was 'shocked' when she heard acquaintances talking in 'derogatory' terms about their South East Asian nannies.  

Speaking to Charlotte Hawkins on the Last, Past and Blast podcast, she revealed she previously confronted pals on their prejudices. 

She said: 'I'm shocked. People do it so easily. I live in north London and I've seen it a lot, you hear it a lot. And it's not seen as

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