Myleene Klass flashes her bum in skimpy leopard print cover-up as she soaks up the sun in Spain

MYLEENE Klass flashed her bottom in a skimpy leopard print cover-up on holiday in Spain.

The 43-year-old soaked up the sun on a family trip away with her partner Simon Motson and their children.

Myleene posed for a selfie shots to show off her sexy figure before getting caught in a gust of wind.

It's the first time she's been able to get away since restrictions were lifted.

Classical musician and popstar Myleene had a tough start to the year when she fell and banged her head while rehearsing for Dancing on Ice.

SHe was booted out in the first week, but not before suffering a painful broken toe and torn ligament.

Myleene, who is engaged to long term partner Simon Motson, is mother to Ava, 13, and Hero, nine, and 21-month-old son Apollo.

She has spoken out about her heartache after suffering a fourth miscarriage while presenting her radio show.

Myleene now plans to front a heartbreaking new show exploring the “dark secret” of miscarriage.

The singer will bare her soul in Myleene Klass: Miscarriage and Me, eight months after she revealed her personal trauma.

The mother of three placed a message on Instagram in October saying: “I am Mama to 7 babies, Ava, Hero, Apollo my rainbow baby and 4 little stars in the sky.”

The one-off documentary on W will see Myleene, 43, meet other women who’ve gone through the same ordeal in a bid to break the taboo around the subject.

She said: “I think I needed to make this because I needed to watch this.

“After my miscarriages I had to try and find some answers, some peace, some solidarity with people who’ve been through it too. 

“You just don’t want to feel alone because the defining feeling of miscarriage is feeling alone.

“I’m getting to a point in my life where I’m finding it very tricky to find a woman who hasn’t gone through miscarriage.  

“Making this film, I’ve realised that so many women around me have had miscarriages.

“How can I know so much about their lives but not know something that’s shaped who they are and the way they are?

"Miscarriage still feels like a taboo.

“I’d like to help make these conversations a little easier.

“It can’t go on being the big dark secret that we have to carry around.”

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