Myleene Klass shares exciting news with her lookalike daughters






Rosalind Powell




Mylene Klass and her two daughters Ava, 14, and Hero, 11, spoke exclusively to HELLO! about their new joint project – an album My Lullabies: Motownwhich is a collection of 13 reinterpreted classic tracks, such as MA Dear Lover, My daughter and I will be there.

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And, during our exclusive shoot and interview, Myleene opened up about her pride in her daughters.

“These are my daughters,” says Myleene, who was a single mother after her brief marriage to the father of her daughters, but is now happily engaged to her partner Simon Motsonwith whom she has Apollo, three-year-old son. “We are the Klass girls, that’s how we see ourselves.”

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“We have a special bond,” adds Hero. “And we will always be there for each other.”

The idea for the album came from Myleene’s Music Klass classes she gave during lockdown, often joined by her daughters. “It’s been a phenomenal collaboration and I have my own band,” she says of Ava, who passed her cello exam with distinction and won a place at the Royal Academy of Music, and Hero, who plays trumpet and is also preparing to spend his seventh year on the piano.

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“We are the Klass girls, that’s how we see each other”, says Myleene

It was also reported that Myleene would be joining I’m a celebrity… Get me out of here!this year, after being runner-up in 2006. “I haven’t dusted off the white bikini for now,” she says, of the jungle shower that kick-started her career.

But today, she is concentrating on the album. Are there any plans to include Apollo in their group?

“Well, I need a drummer,” Myleene laughs. “He throws enough stuff into the house to show the right potential.”

Apollo’s sisters are his “mini mums” who “busy with him all the time” and his nickname is “The Emperor” – his wish is their order.

Myleene also has a son Apollo

But he’s more precious for being the baby Myleene thought she’d never have after had four miscarriages. She dedicated the track What becomes of the broken heart on the album to “all the baby angels”, telling HELLO!“Just because I released a lullaby album doesn’t mean it’s for a perfect world. I cried all the way through this song – recording and sobbing.”

My Lullabies: Motown is available on Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music and other top streaming services

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