It's not even cold! Myleene Klass steps out in a ridiculously large fur hat
18:56 GMT, 13 November 2012
The autumn weather is yet to reach freezing, but it looks like Myleene Klass is anticipating a Siberian winter.
Despite just wearing a blouse for the 12-13C day, the TV presenter stepped out on Tuesday morning in a ridiculously huge furry hat, which would have been suitable for a much colder day.
Spotted out and about in North London, it was a wonder the 34-year-old could see where she was walking in the attention-seeking headgear.
Hat's ridiculous: Myleene Klass steps out in an incredibly large furry hat as she runs errands in North London on Tuesday
Ready for a Siberian winter: The 34-year-old's outfit didn't match her warm hat
Despite her head looking ready for colder climes, the mother-of-two was dressed for the relatively moderate temperatures in a leopard-print blouse, leggings and her favourite pair of Christian Louboutin with 4.5inch heels.
The ensemble is the fourth time she's been spotted in leopard-print in less than two weeks, suggesting she may be stuck in a style rut.
On Monday, she was spotted in a leopard-print skirt and carried a matching bag as she attended a business meeting.
Wild thing: Myleene certainly has a fondness for leopard-print
Different styles: Her relatively light jacket isn't quite what you'd expect to be worn with such a warm hat
Hat's off to her! Myleene must be mighty warm in her headgear and coat as she strolls to the shops
On November 6, she was spotted in the same leopard-print blouse and boots for lunch at The Ivy and wore a strapless
Myleene has been throwing herself 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.
Overkill: Myleene finally decided to remove the head gear before she entered a building having already taken off her coat
MORE animal-print: On Monday she wore a leopard-print skirt and matching handbag
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…’
Loving the leopard-print: Myleene in a blouse at The Ivy on November 6 (left) and bandeau dress on London's Oxford Street on November 1