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Monday, April 22, 2013

In diamonds and £200 sunglasses, Katherine steals limelight again (and breaks the make-up record)

By REBECCA EVANS

In full make-up, Katherine Jenkins looks ready for a red carpet appearance. In fact, this was the Welsh mezzo-soprano before taking part in yesterday's marathon

In her over-sized designer sunglasses, sparkling diamond earrings and full make-up, Katherine Jenkins looks ready for a red carpet appearance.
In fact, this was the Welsh mezzo-soprano before taking part in yesterday’s marathon.
Only four days after she raised eyebrows at Baroness Thatcher’s funeral in a plunging cocktail-style dress, the 32-year-old joined thousands of runners for the 26.2mile race and looked every inch the celebrity.

The 32-year-old joined thousands of runners for the 26.2mile race and looked every inch the celebrity

Her blonde hair was pulled back in an immaculate ponytail, her smile was a dazzling white, her lip gloss was a glistening pink and she wore what appeared to be false eyelashes.
Miss Jenkins ran in aid of Macmillan cancer support in memory of her father Selwyn, who died from lung cancer when his daughter was 15.

Miss Jenkins, who hardly seemed to break a sweat during the race, crossed the finish line with a time of five hours and 26 minutes

Before the race she posed for photographers, proudly showing a picture of her father on her T-shirt.
But as soon as the photocall was over, Miss Jenkins got down to business, putting on her £200 Prada sunglasses and her headphones ready to listen to the marathon play-list installed on the iPod attached to her arm.
Miss Jenkins, who hardly seemed to break a sweat during the race, crossed the finish line with a time of five hours and 26 minutes.

Her blonde hair was pulled back in an immaculate ponytail, her smile was a dazzling white, her lip gloss was a glistening pink and she wore what appeared to be false eyelashes

The singer, who has already raised more than £22,000 for charity, said: ‘I wanted to run it in support of Macmillan.
‘My father passed away from cancer when I was 15 and the Macmillan nurses came and they were wonderful.’
She added: ‘I really don’t think of myself as an athletic person at all. I never in a million years thought I would do this. I’m glad that I am, but I am nervous.’ Miss Jenkins, who wore a black ribbon pinned to her green running vest in memory of those killed and injured in the Boston bombings, said that she wanted to show solidarity with those affected in the US.

Miss Jenkins, who hardly seemed to break a sweat during the race, crossed the finish line with a time of five hours and 26 minutes

‘Like everyone else, it was just so devastating to see that on the news,’ she said. ‘But I think we all feel more than ever that we want to do this and show our support for Boston.’

Miss Jenkins ran in aid of Macmillan cancer support in memory of her father Selwyn, who died from lung cancer when his daughter was 15

Before the race she posed for photographers, proudly showing a picture of her father on her T-shirt

source: dailymail



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