Myleene Klass debuts sleek new bob

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Myleene Klass is the latest celebrity to have ditched her long wavy tresses in favour of a sleek new bob. The 36-year-old took to Instagram on Sunday to proudly show off her fresh new look, posing in a selfie wearing no make-up.

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"Check the hurr," she captioned the candid snap. "@benclockonego handy work." For her drastic transformation the mother-of-two turned to celebrity hairstylist Ben Cooke, who is credited for Victoria Beckham's iconic bob back in the early 2000's and has worked with countless stars including Nicole Scherzinger.

The new bob is a stark contrast to Myleene's trademark long brown wavy hair, as the former Hear'Say singer now rocks a straight, brunette bob with hints of blonde undertones for a lighter shade just in time for spring.

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Myleene teased fans with a photo of her cut hair

The British beauty had teased fans earlier in the day when she shared a photo of chunks of her brunette locks on the floor, surprising fans who eagerly awaited to see her new look. "Gone for the chop. @benclockonego has his scissors out!" she quipped in the caption.

It's been a busy few days for Myleene who has been working on a photoshoot in South Africa for her Littlewoods collection. The pretty model has been sharing photos of her trip which has seen her posing on sandy white beaches by crystal-blue oceans, and took some time out to head to Robben Island for a cultural visit. "Today I travelled to Robben Island and saw where #mandela was incarcerated for 27 years. #humbled #madiba #64446 #southafrica," she captioned an image of herself next to Nelson Mandela's world-famous cell.

It's not the first time this year that the radio presenter has made a poignant visit during her travels. In February she headed to Nepal as part of a Save The Children humanitarian project, and shared photos of her Himalayan adventure, as part of her efforts to support charity Save The Children.