Katherine Jenkins shows off her growing baby bump at the Royal Windsor Horse show

Katherine Jenkins showed off her growing baby bump during an appearance at the Royal Windsor Horse show on Friday. The mum-to-be was helping to launch the Queen's 90th birthday pageant, after revealing that she had been invited to perform at Her Majesty's milestone celebrations in 2016.

The mezzo-soprano continued her run of chic maternity wear in a navy blue wrap dress with a pleated skirt that highlighted her small baby bump. Katherine kept her long blonde hair down and wore natural make-up for the photo call, which was held at Windsor Castle.


Katherine Jenkins will perform for the Queen's 90th birthday

Speaking at the launch, Katherine said: "I have always admired Her Majesty The Queen and that's why I'm so honoured to have been asked to perform at her 90th birthday celebrations next year.

"After my involvement in VE Day celebrations last weekend, I was reminded once again of our country's patriotism and the warm feeling of everyone coming together to celebrate."

She later tweeted: "Honoured to have been asked to perform at Her Majesty The Queens 90th Birthday Celebrations Next May."

Katherine is pregnant with her first child

Katherine had hinted at the announcement with a cryptic tweet on Thursday, telling fans: "Exciting announcement coming tomorrow…xx". However many speculated that the announcement was related to her pregnancy and questioned whether Katherine was expecting twins.

"Definitely not! My mum is a twin though x," she replied to one fan.

Katherine announced that she is expecting her first child with husband Andrew Levitas in April. The singer announced the news via her Instagram account, and also revealed the gender of their new arrival.

"Couldn't be more excited to meet our little girl! #MummyToBe #DaddyToBe #ArtProject #Collaboration #Family @AndrewLevitas," the 34-year-old wrote alongside a sweet snap of a pair of pink baby slippers resting on a framed portrait from Katherine and Andrew's wedding.

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