Myleene Klass shared a sweet snap with baby son Apollo on Monday as she revealed her new line of clothing for both children and mothers.
The mother-of-three, 42, posted the picture with her 18-month-old son both modelling the clothes on Instagram.
She looked gorgeous in a leopard print midi dress while she held her son upside down by his ankles as he beamed for the camera.
Mother and son: Myleene Klass has revealed her new line of clothing for both children and mothers in a sweet snap she posted with baby son Apollo to Instagram on Monday
Her youngest child looked adorable in a black long-sleeved T-shirt which said ‘super geek’ and matching black trousers.
She styled her sleek chestnut bob in subtle waves as she pulled a shocked face for the camera.
The former Hear’Say singer also revealed it has been ’15 years’ since her first range of children’s clothing called BabyK.
Myleene said she ‘would never leave’ mothers out and has added a line of dresses and sweats for them to her collection, which is available at Next.
New line: The mother-of-three, 42, posted the picture with her 18-month-old son both modelling the clothes and joked it was Apollo’s ‘first modelling job’
She added an adorable snap of her and her son, who she calls her ‘new super’, to her Instagram Stories, writing: ‘That face! Apollo’d first modelling job… for Mama!’
The star captioned the snap: ‘Guess what?! GUESS WHAT?!!! @myleeneklasskids is finally here! My children’s/Mama’s range launches at @nextofficial today and it’s mega!
‘For those of you that have grown up with me and my first range ‘BabyK’ 15 years ago, you’ll know how I LOVE black, monochrome and leopard print.
‘At the time, many were worried the clothes were too daring, (I even heard ‘morbid and risqué!) but we went ahead anyway and it grew so quickly cause the babies (and you) loved them and now, it’s even considered the norm!!
‘Let’s get dressed up’: The singer said the new range is being released 15 years since her first range which was called BabyK
‘There have been many changes in the world but the vision of our designs being unapologetic, bold, full of humour and ultimately, positive and empowering has never wavered.’
The proud mother added that her daughters Ava, 13, and Hero, nine, ‘grew up modelling’ her clothing line but that her youngest child had now taken over.
She said: ‘My baby girls grew up wearing and modelling my designs and now, there’s a new ‘super’ in town (although his fav pose is hanging upside down or trying to climb into the fish tank. Boys are a whole other story! )
‘My range is called @myleeneklasskids it’s at @nextofficial and the best bit is you can shop it online across 77 countries, so babies globally can get their hands on it! One more thing…check out the dresses and sweats for us Mamas too…I would NEVER leave us out!’
This comes after Myleene shared a sweet video featuring her fiancé Simon Motson and eldest daughter Ava in a heartwarming post about blended families on Saturday.
Family values: Myleene with (L-R) fiancé Simon Motson, daughters Ava, 13, and Hero, nine, and son Apollo, 18 months
After sharing how hard it was being a step-parent, the star told how Ava and her other daughter Hero, nine, sometimes refer to her boyfriend as ‘dad’, adding that the ‘title is irrelevant’.
She went on: ‘I truly believe only someone walking in the shoes of a blended/patchwork family will get it.
‘I guess I just wanted to say to all you blended families, it’s not easy, I see you and I want to thank you for making the world a kinder place. Showing little people with big feelings you’re there for them and loving them without conditions.’
In a sweet tribute to her partner of five years, Myleene concluded: ‘Thank you Sim for being the man none of us knew we needed but could never now be without. xxx’
Myleene and Simon began dating in 2015 after she split from husband Graham Quinn in 2012 and welcomed their son Apollo in August last year.
Perfect blend: In a sweet tribute to her partner of five years, Myleene concluded: ‘Thank you Sim for being the man none of us knew we needed but could never now be without. xxx’