Myleene Klass breastfeeds baby Apollo in bed in intimate Valentine’s Day pic

Myleene Klass celebrated Valentine's Day by breastfeeding her baby son in bed with her boyfriend  as she joked about the romantic occasion with an intimate message.

The former singer, 41, marked last year's V-Day by announcing she was pregnant with her first child, Apollo.

But this time around the mum-of-three made a witty joke about the day and revealed how different her life is now.

Lying in bed next to her new boyfriend and baby father Simon Motson, Myleene penned: "What a difference a year makes! Happy Valentines x."

Simon gazed lovingly at the TV and radio presenter as she fed their son, with a blanket draped loosely around her midriff.


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Myleene looked stunning as she candidly posed in the photo, smiling into the distance.

She welcomed baby boy Apollo on August 1st with fashion PR Simon, 45.

Despite having a traumatic birth, Myleene said at the time she's "loving every minute" of being a new mum again – including the gruelling night feeds.

Speaking to  Hello! magazine, Myleene revealed things initially went smoothly when her waters broke but quickly became more serious.

"My waters broke and I was in the birthing pool. We had a really easy first three hours, to the point that I thought we would all be home by 7pm.

"But I don't remember what happened next.

"I lost five hours of my life and it was a pretty complicated birth in the end."

Apollo is the first child for Myleene and her partner Simon. Like her, he has two children from his previous marriage.

Myleene's former husband Graham Quinn, father of her two daughters, walked out on her just six months after their wedding.

She later admitted to turning to drink to get through the ordeal.

After meeting Motson she gushed: "I just thank my lucky stars. I can't believe I'm here and that everything has aligned.

"And the fact I could have missed out on having such an incredible man in my life would have been the biggest travesty of all."

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