Katherine Jenkins glows in navy blue gown

Opera star Katherine Jenkins looked a vision in a blue dress, as she attended the British Airways summer garden party in Shanghai, China, yesterday (June 24th).

The 34-year-old beauty showcased her blooming baby bump in a floor-length navy gown that was adorned with a dazzling, silver embellished waistline.

The event, which took place at the Langham Xintiandi hotel in Shanghai, was held to mark British Airways' 10th anniversary of flights to the Chinese city.

Ms Jenkins was invited to be guest of honour and perform at the event, taking to the stage to show off her beautiful voice and stunning hourglass frame.

After tying the knot to beau Andrew Levitas in September last year, the couple are expecting their first child together.

The mum-to-be styled her blonde locks in a sweeping side-parting, with loose waves delicately draped over her shoulder.

The floor-length style of Katherine's gown helped to elongate her frame, complementing her in all of the right places and revealing a subtle hint of her growing bump.

So as to not draw attention away from the flattering plunging neckline of her gown, the star chose to keep her decolletage free from accessories.

Katherine's ensemble is proof that you can look red-carpet ready during pregnancy, with the navy number oozing elegance and glamour.

To match the glittering waistline of her dress and to complete her A-list look, Ms Jenkins added a pair of oversized, diamond-encrusted earrings. The simple addition of a pair of statement earrings can instantly bring an outfit to life, without looking too over the top.

If you want to copy Katherine's style, our Austrian Crystal Hook Earrings are the perfect choice. Team them with a floor-length gown before you head out on a special occasion and you're bound to steal the show.

Sophistication was the bread and butter of the opera star's party outfit and it's safe to say she certainly didn't fail to make an outstanding impression on the guests who also attended the soiree.

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