Katherine Jenkins looks radiant in a floating pink skirt and a white blazer as she joins the stars at Wimbledon for the women’s singles final
Katherine Jenkins looked effortlessly glamorous as she arrived to the thirteenth day of Wimbledon with her husband Andrew Levitas on Saturday.
The Welsh singer, 43, put on an elegant display in a soft pink striped skirt from Suzannah London as she made her way to the much-anticipated sporting event.
She teamed her stylish ensemble with a fitted white top and wrapped an elegant white blazer from Ghost over her shoulders.
The blonde beauty accessorised her look with a pair of chunky white heels and a charming cream bag with zip detailing.
Katherine styled her golden locks into a soft ponytail and sported a pair of dark sunglasses to shield herself from the sun.
Elegant: Katherine Jenkins looked effortlessly glamorous as she arrived to the thirteenth day of Wimbledon on Saturday
Charming: The Welsh singer delighted the style brigade in a soft pink and white ankle-length skirt , which skimmed her figure as she made her way to the sporting event
The opera star beamed from ear-to-ear while posing for photographers ahead of the day’s matches.
The mezzo-soprano adorned her ears with gold hoops and also sported French polish on her hands and feet when she stepped out alongside her husband.
Complementing his other half, film producer Andrew, 45, donned a dapper light blue suit with a white shirt and striped tie.
He teamed his ensemble with dark black sunglasses and smart lace up shoes.
The couple looked in good spirits as they sat in the audience for the Women’s Singles final match, which saw Czech Markéta Vondroušová beat Ons Jabeur of Tunisia 6-4, 6-4.
Katherine and Andrew’s fun day out comes after the opera singer announced earlier this year that she has started up a premium gin business.
She was the first female founder of a celebrity gin, made just six miles down the road from where she grew up.
The two spirits – Cygnet Welsh Dry Gin and Cygnet 22 Gin – retail between £35 and £47.50, and were launched with Katherine’s husband Andrew and Eric Villency, who designed products such as Peloton and Rock Star Energy drinks.
Speaking about her business earlier this year, Katherine said: ‘Cygnet combines the finest local botanicals with pure Welsh water and being surrounded by the nature and beauty of the valleys, a whole lot of ‘Hwyl!’ (an ecstatic feeling of inspiration unique to Wales).
Stunning: The blonde beauty accessorised her look with a pair of chunky white heels whilst her husband Andrew looked dapper in a blue suit and tie
Action: The couple looked in good spirits as they sat in the audience for the Women’s Singles final match, which saw Czech Markéta Vondroušová beat Ons Jabeur of Tunisia 6-4, 6-4
‘I’ve also included my ‘secret ingredient’ in Cygnet 22, Manuka Honey, which I use to take care of my voice.
‘All of this results in an ultra-premium gin that is so smooth you can sip it on its own.’
As a female founder, Katherine added she is passionate about speaking woman to woman.
Tired of male-driven spirit products, she wanted to break the mould and create a ‘Best in Glass’ gin for the sisterhood of gin lovers.