Pregnant Myleene Klass reveals she's having a boy as she celebrates baby shower with celeb pals

PREGNANT Myleene Klass has revealed she's having a boy while celebrating her baby shower with celeb pals.

The 41-year-old posed in front of blue balloons as she gave fans a glimpse behind the scenes.

Nicole and Natalie Appleton, Kate Garraway, Kate Thornton and Lauren Laverne all gathered for her special day.

Adding a twist to tradition, future daddy Simon Motson was also there to share the momentous occasion with their family and friends.
"What an incredible day," gushed Myleene.

"I'm so immensely lucky to have the friends and family I have.

Thank you to everyone that made today soooooo special."

The large gathering was held in Myleene's garden.

Benches set up to seat 24 people came before a giant balloon display and grass sculptures of bears and giraffes.

A cake beautifully decorated to reveal "it's a boy" was sat on top of a pram-like trolley.

A sign with the words "Baby Klass" hung below the blue balloons, making it a picture-perfect setting.

Myleene's daughter's Ava and Hero, now 11 and eight, will be welcoming in a little brother in the next few weeks.

They've known for a while the sex of the third child, but Myleene and Simon, 45, wanted to keep the secret in the family, until now.

Myleene met Simon – who also has two children – four years ago on a blind date set up by a mutual friend.

Despite having her faith in love shattered when her marriage and 10-year relationship with celebrity security manager Graham Quinn broke down, Myleene is now happier than ever.

She told Fabulous: “I built a ring of steel around us to protect them from everything.


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"And the thing is, Sim didn’t come in breaking down the circle – far from it – he actually came in and strengthened it.

"He earned my trust. He earned their trust. He wasn’t forceful with anything, he just showed us love and what love was.

“We go to bed laughing. And that’s a really nice thing, because I’ve done enough crying. I’ve done enough soul-searching. It’s nice to feel so comfortable and content and not questioning everything.”

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