Katherine Jenkins cuts a chic figure in a printed pink belted dress as she attends a charity event at The Hamptons in New York
She is always one to make a style statement.
And Katherine Jenkins didn’t disappoint as she stepped out for the Karibu Africa Hamptons charity event in New York on Friday.
The opera star, 41, looked sensational as she slipped her slender figure into a printed pink midi dress for the event which aimed to raise funds for ACCF’s and Tusk’s many community outreach programs
Chic: Katherine Jenkins cut a chic figure in a pink printed midi dress as she attended the Karibu Africa Hamptons soiree in New York on Friday
Katherine’s dress was teamed with a matching belt that accentuated her slim silhouette, and she accessorised her outfit with towering nude heels.
Her bright blonde locks were parted in the middle and were styled in stunning soft waves.
She was also joined by her handsome husband Andrew Levitas who rocked a casual look on the night and posed with the events organiser Amy Green who stunned in a black gown.
Trim: The number, which boasted a matching belt accentuated her slim silhouette
Loved-up: She was also joined by her handsome husband Andrew Levitas who sported a casual pale blue shirt and camel trousers
Host: She was also joined by the event’s organiser Amy Green who stunned in a black gown
Katherine’s New York outing comes as she took to the stage to perform at Sandringham Royal Parkland in June to mark the Queen ’s Platinum Jubilee.
The Welsh beauty wore an elegant floor-length purple gown with a princess-style mesh train which expanded out and rested on the ground next to her while she held a Union Jack flag.
Before her big moment, the Katherine admitted she still gets nervous before performing for Her Majesty, saying: ‘Singing for her means you really need to bring out your best performance.
Refinement: Back in June, Katherine stunned as she prepared to take to the stage in Sandringham Royal Parkland to mark the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee
‘It doesn’t matter how many times I perform for her or meet her, whether it’s in front of thousands or just at a small dinner, I will never be blasé about it.
‘It’s a huge honour and lovely to be asked.’
Katherine performed hits from throughout her career with a symphony orchestra and special guest the Military Wives Choirs.
Glamorous style: The mezzo-soprano wore an elegant floor-length purple gown with a princess-style mesh train which expanded out and rested on the ground
The musician took to her Instagram page before the event, writing: ‘What a huge honour to sing here at Sandringham on this historic weekend.
‘Tonight was the stuff of dreams – an incredible audience all united in love & celebration for Her Majesty!
‘I will remember this as long as I live. Thank you for having me.’
Quaking: Before taking to the stage, Welsh star Katherine admitted she still gets nervous before performing for Her Majesty