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Wimbledon 2019: Katherine Jenkins leads the glamour at thrilling final day

She is a wildly successful opera singer who has enjoyed 16 years of success in the music industry.

And Katherine Jenkins, 39, continued to have all eyes on her as she arrived to the final day of Wimbledon hand-in-hand with her husband Andrew Levitas ahead of Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic's clash on centre court on Sunday.

The opera singer delighted the style brigade in a soft pink ankle-length dress, which skimmed her slender figure as she made her way to the sporting event.

Pretty in pink: Katherine Jenkins, 39, continued to have all eyes on her as she arrived to the final day of Wimbledon hand-in-hand with her husband Andrew Levitas ahead of Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic's clash on centre court on Sunday

Katherine recently discussed juggling motherhood with her work duties and detailed her strong connection to her late father.   

The musician revealed she returned to work just weeks after giving birth to her son Xander, 15 months, to avoid 'letting people down' as she featured on the latest edition of Giovanna Fletcher’s Happy Mum Happy Baby podcast.

Mezzo-soprano singer Katherine also touched on her childhood and shared that she speaks to her late father Selwyn, who passed away from lung cancer when she was just 15, in her 'vivid dreams'.

In June last year, the doting mother returned to work to perform Never Enough from The Greatest Showman at Classic Brit Awards at the Royal Albert Hall, just a month after giving birth to her second child.   

On bouncing back to work, the songstress, who also shares daughter Aaliyah, three, with husband of four years Andrew, explained: 'I did a smaller small when he was 5 weeks and a bigger one when he was 7 weeks. 

'The thing is its so hard, in classical music we book so far in advance so we actually book things 18 months ahead.

'Obviously you cant plan when you are going to get pregnant so I had to cancel quite a lot of international stuff in the time that I was not able to fly when I had him.  

'After that point you sort of feel, now if I cancel these I could technically do them is there a way I can do them and get back into the bubble as quick as I can, I don’t like letting people down.'

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