Katherine Jenkins is Stunning in Seraphine at VE Day Celebrations

Katherine Jenkins in Seraphine

No one does pageantry like the Brits! This weekend saw parades, memorials, red arrows, flaming beacons, gun salutes and 1940’s themed musical extravaganzas as Britain celebrated VE Day 70 years on.

Stunning classical singer Katherine Jenkins, currently expecting her first baby, led the way with a full weekend schedule of VE Day celebration performances, looking the epitome of vintage-style glamour in not one, but two Seraphine LUXE maternity dresses!


Katherine Jenkins VE Day


Katherine wowed the audience at Horse Guards Parade on Saturday at the 1940’s themed musical extravaganza: VE Day 70: A Party to Remember. The star looked impossibly glamorous in our floor sweeping Lace Detail Wrap Maternity Gown as she joined tenor Alfie Boe to close the show with Vera Lynn’s wartime classic We’ll Meet Again. Her blonde hair set in smooth 40’s style waves; Katherine accessorized her gown with a bedazzled jewel encrusted microphone, glittering diamonds from Boodles & the perfect red lip.


Katherine Jenkins VE Day


Then on Sunday the Welsh beauty took to the stage at the Royal Albert Hall for Classic fm’s VE Day at 70 concert, looking stunning in our Blue Multiway Maternity Maxi Dress. Katherine held the audience spellbound by her beautiful rendition of Ivor Novello’s We’ll Gather Lilacs in the Spring, then stole the show with her reprisal of the crowd’s favourite We’ll Meet Again.


Watch Katherine’s Performance Now


And it’s not just Seraphine LUXE that Katherine loves… The Welsh star, who married American artist & film maker Andrew Levitas last year, is a big fan of our main range maternity dresses too! She was recently spotted out and about in New York looking gorgeous in our Cut Out Nautical Maternity Dress.


Katherine Jenkins nautical


Katherine did Britain proud this weekend – she performed perfectly, sang beautifully and embodied the flawless glamour of the era.



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