Myleene Klass Arrives At Heathrow Airport

Myleene Klass Arrives At Heathrow Airport

Mylenne Klass was seen arriving at Heathrow Airport in England on Saturday morning (January 29). The British TV presenter had just flown in from Amsterdam.

In a recent Tweet from her trip she posted a photo of her growing bump and wrote: “New piano trio. I know. I look knackered. Cold/Baby kicking combo. Up all night.”

Klass is expecting a girl in March. The baby will be a second child for her and fiance Graham Quinn who already have a 3-year-old daughter named Ava.

After six years of being engaged, Klass recently told The Sun that they’re ready to get married this year.

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  1. Anonymous

    Never heard of her. Who is this and why is she on a celebrity baby site? If “googling” is required, she can’t be much of a celebrity.

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    • Anonymous

      She’s an English celebrity and fairly well known here. America is not the only place in the universe, no matter how much you (Americans) would like to believe so.

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      • Anonymous

        Thanks for the compliment, but I’m not American.

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      • Anonymous

        This is an American website. It is written by Americans and published in the United States. Read the privacy and copyright policies linked at the bottom – they are governed by United States law. It is perfectly reasonable to expect that the celebs featured here would be recognizable to American readers.

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  2. Anonymous

    Listen, this site is run by Canadians & Americans, and I would bet that most of the viewers are also from North America. This big “celebrity” is simply not known over here.

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  3. Jack109

    Seems a little late in the pregnancy to be flying? Not judging or anything just that most doctors say not to fly after seven months because the fluctuation can cause contraction and lead to early labor.

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