Alexandra Burke looks effortlessly stylish in a slogan T-shirt and leather trousers as she steps out in London
She never fails to look her best.
And Alexandra Burke looked effortlessly stylish in a slogan T-shirt and black leather trousers while stepping out in London on Wednesday.
The former X Factor winner, 32, appeared to be in good spirits as she beamed a smile for the cameras and clutched what appeared to be a script.
Here she comes: Alexandra Burke looked effortlessly stylish in a slogan t-shirt and black leather trousers while stepping out in London on Wednesday
Alexandra showcased her toned physique in a pair of high-waisted bottoms which boasted a drawstring waistband and slightly cropped legs.
She paired the comfortable trousers with a short sleeved white T-shirt which read ‘black is my happy colour’ across the front.
Keeping things laid-back, Alexandra donned some blue trainers with white laces and toted a large black quilted bag.
Style: The X Factor winner, 32, seemed to be in good spirits as she smiled and laughed while holding onto a folder, face mask and her phone
The beauty completed her look with a full face of glamorous makeup, including a touch of lipstick and blusher.
It comes after Alexandra spoke of the moving encounter she had with Meghan Markle at her final royal engagement.
The singer reflected on the time she met Meghan, 39, last year at Westminster Abbey for the Commonwealth Day Service, where the Duchess of Sussex gave her a hug, in a column for The Sun on Saturday.
She gushed: ‘Meghan is the nicest person ever. When we met at the Commonwealth Service, she said wasn’t allowed to hug me because it was at the start of coronavirus — but it was right at the start, before everyone really knew what was going on.
Heading home? Alexandra looked glamorous as she rocked a full face of makeup
Comfort first: She paired her trendy trousers with some trainers and also toted a large black handbag for the outing
On trend: Alexandra’s slogan top read ‘black is my happy colour’
‘So she said, “I’ve been advised not to hug or touch anyone, but I’m going to hug you anyway”, and then she squeezed me. She was going through a lot, and thanked me for my support.’
Alexandra added that she thanked Meghan for being an inspiration to young, black women around the world, and told her that she helped make them feel like they could do anything.
She went on: ‘I just thanked her, and told her to continue doing what she’s doing, and that all that mattered was that she was happy. She’s such a lovely girl. She’s everything.’
The comments came shortly after Alexandra said she felt ‘sick to her core’ after hearing Meghan’s claims that a member of the Royal family expressed concerns over the colour of son Archie’s skin.
Looking good: She tied her hair back, leaving two strands at the front to frame her features
Alexandra was speaking during an appearance on Lorraine when talk soon turned to Prince Harry and Meghan’s explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey, which aired in the US on Sunday.
Alexandra told how as a black woman she felt ‘sick’ at hearing Meghan’s ‘heartbreaking’ racism claims, stating her shock that ‘we’re in 2021 and still having these conversations’.
Meghan used her bombshell Oprah Winfrey interview to accuse the Royal Family of having ‘concerns’ about ‘how dark’ Archie’s skin would be before he was born because she is mixed-race and Harry is white.
The Duchess of Sussex also described her ‘pain’ that officials had denied Archie the title of prince and accused Buckingham Palace of failing to protect him by denying him 24/7 security.
Toned: The singer showcased her trim physique in the tight leather bottoms
Meghan refused to say which royal had the conversation with Harry about Archie’s skin colour, claiming it would be ‘damaging’ to the person in her husband’s family who raised it.
But Oprah has since revealed Prince Harry asked her to make clear that neither the Queen nor Prince Philip made the remark.
Discussing the interview, Alexandra told Lorraine, 61: ‘I’ve seen the clips and all the headlines. It’s heartbreaking and very disappointing.
‘We’re in 2021 and still having these conversations. For me as a black woman hearing that, it made me feel sick to my core.
‘I’m an ambassador for the Royal Commonwealth Society, I’m a small voice there, and this shows we have a lot of work to do.’
Meeting: Alexandra recently gushed Meghan Markle (pictured with Prince Harry during their bombshell Oprah interview) was ‘the nicest person ever’ after she gave her a hug last year at Westminster Abbey for the Commonwealth Day Service
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