Myleene Klass stands out in a grass skirt as she teaches her son’s class how to Hawaiian dance

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Myleene Klass showed off her hidden talent on Wednesday as she attended her son’s school and taught his class how to Hawaiian dance.

The radio presenter, 44, stood out in a green grass skirt while shaking her hips and showing off her moves.

She donned a colourful leis around her neck and head, as well as a quirky pink headband and pom poms.

Myleene shared several clips from the fun day with her 419k Instagram followers, as well as a sweet snap with her son Apollo. 

The three-year-old had the flower necklaces around his neck, matching his mother, and held her hand.

Myleene Klass stands out in a grass skirt as she teaches her son’s class how to Hawaiian dance

Wow! Myleene Klass showed off her hidden talent on Wednesday as she attended her son’s school and taught his class how to Hawaiian dance

Alongside the post, she wrote: ‘Today I taught my son’s class Hawaiian and Polynesian dancing. (It’s my hidden skillset..I used to be in a Hawaiian troupe 24 years ago!)

‘We learned what each hand gesture means, the language and how to dance. I can’t show their little faces but their huge smiles and all their moves were so adorable. 

‘Such a lovely, memorable day exploring different cultures and getting to dust down my grass skirt and Leis.’

It comes after Myleene last month said she thinks it is ‘so tragic’ that the statutory menopause leave bill has not been passed through government and said women should not just have to ‘get on with it’.

The star appeared on Jeremy Vine to debate the topic of women getting menopause leave with their employers, and said that female reproductive health ‘seems to be put on the backburner’.

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She also compared the health woes women experience between the ages of 45-55 to people going through health issues and getting sick leave, saying that the government should give it serious consideration because a huge chunk of the workforce is affected.

Debating the topic alongside Daily Mail associate editor Andrew Pierce, Myleene said: ‘I just think it is so tragic that now we do have women in parliament who can make these changes or certainly push them through – and anything to do with female reproductive health just seems to be put on the backburner.

Talent: The radio presenter, 44, stood out in a green grass skirt while shaking her hips and showing off her moves

Bold: She donned a colourful leis around her neck and head, as well as a quirky pink headband and pom poms

Talent: The radio presenter, 44, stood out in a green grass skirt while shaking her hips and showing off her moves

‘It’s just something that we’ve all got to live with, we’ve got on with it this far and we should just continue to do so.

‘And just because generations before us just got on with it, it is not how it should be running.

‘The fact that this takes out 900,000 women every single year from the workplace, something absolutely has to be addressed and that’s right across the board.

She continued: ‘I’ve experienced this as you know, trying to pass a bill to look after women and families in miscarriage.

‘Now it’s also happening with menopause, it’s just not being taken seriously by the very people that it’s going to affect.

Jeremy asked, ‘So at the moment employers don’t have to do anything to take account?’

‘Well this is just a pilot scheme,’ Myleene explained. ‘It wasn’t even actually to have something definitive, it was just to see, “let’s see how this runs”, if there are any menopausal symptoms that are genuinely affecting a woman’s capabilities at work, then lets address them.

‘But here’s the thing, we remove the word menopause for a second, if someone was struggling at work for anything to do with health issues, that should be addressed.

‘As soon as you put menopause in front of it, it becomes women’s problems. It’s everyone’s problem.’

Alongside the post, she wrote: 'Today I taught my son’s class Hawaiian and Polynesian dancing. (It’s my hidden skillset..I used to be in a Hawaiian troupe 24 years ago!)'

Alongside the post, she wrote: ‘Today I taught my son’s class Hawaiian and Polynesian dancing. (It’s my hidden skillset..I used to be in a Hawaiian troupe 24 years ago!)’

In October 2020 Myleene revealed had suffered four miscarriages before giving birth to her ‘rainbow baby’ son Apollo , three.

Radio DJ Myleene, who, in addition to son Apollo, is mother to daughters Ava, 14, and Hero, 10, said she told her friends who have also had miscarriages what she had learned in a bid to comfort them.

Myleene spoke out on her miscarriages last year when she fronted a documentary on the matter for W Magazine.

She lifted the lid on her mental health battle following the ordeal, in which she experienced ‘grief, trauma, sadness and fear’

Candid: In October 2020, Myleene revealed she suffered four miscarriages before giving birth to her 'rainbow baby', son Apollo

Candid: Myleene revealed she suffered four miscarriages before giving birth to her ‘rainbow baby’, son Apollo

‘I lost a lot of me,’ she admitted in the heart-wrenching film. ‘I couldn’t talk about it for a year, I couldn’t even say the word.

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‘It is one word, but it is grief, it is trauma, it is sadness, it is fear. There must be a reason people can’t say it,’ she questioned.

The reality star has encouraged others to speak about their pregnancy losses, in order to normalise the experience.

On Jeremy Vine, Andrew told Myleene that ‘Jeremy is living in the real world’, and Myleene argued: ‘I am living in the real world!

‘I am a working mother and I’m also a woman who brings home – I’m a breadwinner – who has to consider all of these options and the fact that you’re going to eradicate the working women at a point when they are so valuable.’

Jeremy added that it might just make women of a certain age less employable.

Motherhood: The star said she 'felt I'd failed my baby and my partner' when she suffered her first miscarriage, before eventually falling pregnant with Apollo (pictured)

Motherhood: The star said she ‘felt I’d failed my baby and my partner’ when she suffered her first miscarriage, before eventually falling pregnant with Apollo (pictured)

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