Myleene Klass pumps breast milk in candid moment backstage at Global Awards

Myleene Klass proved motherhood is a 24/7 role as she brought out her breastpump while getting glammed up for the Global Awards.

The mum-of-three, who is also step-parent to her partner Simon Motson's two children, shared the candid moment on her Instagram Stories as she giggled away with her glam team who carried on prepping her while she pumped breastmilk.

Myleene, who previously opened up about her determination to 'normalise' breastfeeding in public, joked that the rhythmic sound of the pump was actually quite soothing.


The radio host, 41, was on presenting duties at the awards show but ahead of walking the red carpet in her stunning floral designer gown from the Ivory Closet, Myleene was busy performing important mummy duties.

"It's quite comforting isn't it!" she laughed as the squeak of the pump continued while her make-up was applied.

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Myleene shares son Apollo with Simon, as well as daughters Ava, 12, and Hero, eight, from her previous relationship with ex Graham Quinn.

As well as the 'BTS' clip on her Instagram, Myleene also posted a snap of her in her full outfit thanking her squad for getting her ready.

Myleene, who hosts Smooth Radio, walked the blue carpet at the awards alongside stars like Mark Wright and Michelle Keegan, Love Island's Paige Turley and Laura Whitmore.

The former Hear'Say star was snapped leaving the bash later in the evening on the arm of her publicist Simon Jones, joking in the caption: "Hot couple alert."

Mark Wright and Michelle Keegan return to red carpet at Global Awards and are joined by stars Paige Turley and Kate Wright

Myleene has spoken in the past about breastfeeding and says she never feels uncomfortable feeding her son in any location and hopes others will follow suit.

She said: "I breastfeed at the radio, I breastfeed on the train, I breastfeed absolutely anywhere, anyone who's around me is used to me breastfeeding.

"It's important to normalise breastfeeding, it's more in this country because I think when you're abroad there's a different feel to it. I just want to normalise it so it makes it easier for everyone," she told the MailOnline.

And back in January Myleene also took to Instagram to share a set of candid snaps after she stopped in the middle of a shoot to breastfeed her seven month old son Apollo.

Another was a close up of little Apollo as he waited for his mum to finish working, while one showed Myleene sitting at a desk with her adorable son on her lap.

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