Pregnant Myleene Klass leads stars at Lion King premiere

Myleene Klass showed off her baby bump as she rubbed shoulders with stars at the Lion King premiere in London tonight.

The pregnant telly star, 41, looked incredible despite being just days away from giving birth to her third child.

She's expecting her first baby with current boyfriend Simon Motson, but she's also mum to two daughters from a previous relationship.

Myleene is due to give birth in the coming days, but she still managed to glam up for a night on the town at the swanky film premiere.

She looked stunning in a navy gown which showcased her baby bump perfectly.


Also at the bash this evening were Elton John, Pharrell Williams, Rochelle and Marvin Humes, former Girls Aloud star Kimberley Walsh and actor Seth Rogen.

It's massive night in London tonight as pop royalty Beyonce is attending the premiere along with real royalty – Meghan Markle and Prince Harry .

The singer is sure to be keen to meet the Duchess of Sussex after previously paying tribute to her in her BRIT Awards acceptance speech.


She filmed a video with husband Jay Z standing in front of a portrait of Meghan.

In the reboot of the Disney classic, Beyonce voices Nala while Donald Glover takes on the role of Simba.

Other stars in the cast include Seth Rogen as Pumbaa and Chiwetel Ejiofor as Scar.


The Jungle Book director Jon Favreau has taken over for the new version of the film, which is a CGI-heavy remake of the first film.

It tells the same story of Simba (Donald Glover), the future heir to Pride Rock who finds his life with father Mufasa (returning voice actor James Earl Jones) changed forever due to the actions of his evil uncle Scar (Chiwetel Ejiofor).

The early first reactions on social media were glowing, but now the full critical reviews have dropped and they haven't all been so kind.

However, with such a loyal fan base the film is sure to be a sure fire hit despite its flaws.


Tonight's premiere is being held in support of the conservation and communities work through The Royal Foundation.

In celebration of the film’s release, The Walt Disney Company announced the launch of the Protect the Pride project.

It's a global conservation campaign working with many conservation partners to raise
awareness and support efforts to protect and recover the dwindling lion population across
 Africa.



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