Katherine Jenkins wows in £175 printed blouse outside the Coliseum Theatre

The Carousel star turned heads in a stylish leopard print Rixo blouse on Monday night


Katherine Jenkins wowed in a vibrant leopard print blouse adorned with stars as she left the Coliseum Theatre on Monday night. The Welsh singer teamed the on-trend number, which retails at £175, with a high waist black plaited skirt and a pair of patent black sandal heels. For fans wishing to replicate Katherine’s look, the blouse is designed by London-based brand Rixo, a favourite with other fashion-forward celebrities, including Holly Willoughby, Kylie Minogue and Emma Bunton.

Beauty-wise, Katherine worked a cat eye look, highlighting her large blue eyes with a statement flick of liner and layers of black mascara. Her lips were painted a pale pink shade, while her flawless complexion was enhanced with a subtle glowy base, making her look suitably radiant. Her long golden hair was worn down in loose waves, cascading delicately past her shoulders.




Katherine looked stunning in a Rixo blouse - a brand popular with fashion-forward celebrities 

The talented actress was greeting fans after her much-acclaimed performance as Julie Jordan in the West End hit show Carousel. Katherine uploaded a photograph of her outfit on her Instagram account, revealing that she was off to dinner with the ‘adorable’ Nicholas Lyndhurst and his wife, Lucy. Followers were quick to compliment the star’s outfit, with one writing: “Hi Katherine. Love your blouse. Where's it from?,” resulting in her to answer: “It's from a company called Rixo xx.”

The 36-year-old was spotted in another stylish outfit backstage with her fellow cast members last week, seeing her team a striped long sleeve tee with a pair of wide leg trousers.

Katherine looked stylish in another on-trend ensemble last week 

When she is not wowing on stage, Katherine is busy raising her little girl Aaliyah, who she welcomed back in 2015. Discussing balancing a career and motherhood on This Morning, she revealed: “I think when you have a daughter you think about your own relationship with your mum and my mum was the breadwinner of our family and she instilled a really good work ethic in me, so I want to have that with my daughter.”