Not changing her spots! Myleene Klass can't resist a bit of leopard print as she opens Christmas show in London
14:28 GMT, 14 November 2012
It's a staple in her wardrobe that she can't seem to live without.
Myleene Klass seems to be an avid wearer of all things leopard print and on Wednesday she stepped out once again donning the fashion trend.
Wearing a pair of sky high stilettos featuring the trendy print, the TV presenter cut a stylish figure as she opened the Ideal Home Show at Christmas at Earls Court.
Always stylish: Myleene Klass shows off her style credentials in an eye-catching pink dress and sticks to her favourite fashion trend with leopard print stilettos
The 34-year-old beauty teamed up the stylish pair of heels with an eye-catching pink dress that showed off her toned and tanned legs.
She wore her brown lock wavy and on her shoulder and looked as classy as always as she officially opened the holiday season show by cutting the purple ribbon.
The pretty brunette certainly has a penchant for leopard print fashion items.
Just in the past few weeks, she's donned
several outfits featuring the brown and black spots, sticking to the
fashion that clearly works for her.
Officially opening Christmas: The presenter looks excited as she opens the Ideal Home Show at Christmas
Sky high: Myleene dons a pair of seriously high heeled shoes with her favourite fashion print
The presenter has had a busy few weeks and has admitted she's thrown into work since her shock split from husband Graham Quinn in April.
Although the couple had been together for 11 years, they had only married six months before their separation.
In a recent interview with the Mail On Sunday's You magazine, Myleene spoke about her shock at Graham leaving her.
Cut the ribbon: The star was joined by Gino D'Acampo and Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen as she opened the fair
A natural: The presenter made sure she stood out among the famous crowd in her eye-catching pink dress
She said: 'I thought Gray and I were so happy. I had just walked down the aisle, so of course I didn’t see it coming.
'When it first happened and I was in the middle of the storm I was just so very, very hurt. I felt I would sooner have taken a bullet. Actually, at the beginning, every morning when I woke up, I thought I had taken a bullet to my heart.
'It’s so unfair that people call it “heartbreak” because that word almost romanticises something that is beyond pain. It is all-consuming, it is debilitating because you cannot move – cannot do or think of anything else for the sake of a wound that you cannot see, that no one can see…’
All leopard everything: Myleene clearly has a penchant for leopard print clothes, donning several outfits over the past few days alone