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Myleene Klass

Ambassador

Myleene joined Save the Children as an ambassador in January 2012. She supports our work to stop children dying from preventable illnesses.

Myleene Klass is a musician, TV and radio presenter, businesswoman and model. As well as a hugely successful music career, she has hosted high profile shows for the BBC, ITV1 and Channel 4. 

In 2012 Myleene helped launch our Build it for Babies appeal, raising funds to build seven life-saving clinics for mothers and babies in north-east Bangladesh.

Since then, Myleene has visited The Philippines, where her mum is from, to promote our Breastfeeding Saves Lives campaign. She has also been to Nepal to hear from mothers forced to give birth without proper medical care.

In 2015, Myleene travelled to the Democratic Republic of the Congo to highlight our work there as part of our collaboration with ITV’s Text Santa Christmas Jumper Day.

Speaking about her role, Myleene said: “As a mother of two young children myself, I understand only too well that nothing in life is more important than the health and wellbeing of your children.

"I am honoured to be able to draw attention to the great work that Save the Children is doing every day to improve the lives of the most vulnerable children and their families.”

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