‘Wishing you all the best for your adventure!’ Katherine Jenkins marks her ‘baby girl’ Aaliyah’s first day at school with sweet Instagram snap

Katherine Jenkins has marked her daughter’s first day at school on Instagram.

Taking to the photo-sharing site, Katherine, 40, shared a snap of ‘baby girl’ Aaliyah, five, looking smart in a blue school uniform with red trim.

She accessorised with red and blue backpack as well as a red Alice band and hair clips.

First day: Katherine Jenkins has marked her daughter's first day at school on Instagram with a snap of 'baby girl' Aaliyah, five, looking smart in a blue school uniform with red trim

First day: Katherine Jenkins has marked her daughter’s first day at school on Instagram with a snap of ‘baby girl’ Aaliyah, five, looking smart in a blue school uniform with red trim

Aaliyah wore her chestnut mane in a sweet plait for the occassion.

Katherine posted the caption: ‘Our baby girl’s first day at school! How time flies when you’re having fun I guess! So proud of you Aaliyah – wishing you all the best for your adventure!’

The singer shares her daughter – and a son, Xander, two – with her husband Andrew Levitas.

She appeared on Loose Women over the summer to talk about how much she had enjoyed having extra time with her young family, due to lockdown. 

Katherine posted the caption: 'Our baby girl’s first day at school! How time flies when you’re having fun I guess! So proud of you Aaliyah - wishing you all the best for your adventure!'

Katherine posted the caption: ‘Our baby girl’s first day at school! How time flies when you’re having fun I guess! So proud of you Aaliyah – wishing you all the best for your adventure!’

The Welsh singer joked that she’s never spent so much time with his husband Andrew, 42, adding that it has been ‘really special to get this time together.’

Speaking to panellists Christine Lampard, Carol McGiffin, Kelle Bryan and Stacey Solomon, Katherine opened up on her lockdown experiences, admitting she misses being on stage, but that she has enjoyed spending this quality time with her loved ones.

She said of lockdown: ‘It actually has been really lovely. Obviously I miss being out there and I can’t wait to be back on the stage and back with the orchestra and the audiences. 

‘But I don’t think I’ve ever been in the same house as my husband for anywhere near this amount of time, ever! So we’ve had to get used to living with each other as well.’

Time: She appeared on Loose Women over the summer to talk about how much she had enjoyed having extra time with her young family, due to lockdown, and joked that she's never spent so much time with his husband Andrew Levitas, 42 [pictured last year]

Time: She appeared on Loose Women over the summer to talk about how much she had enjoyed having extra time with her young family, due to lockdown, and joked that she’s never spent so much time with his husband Andrew Levitas, 42 [pictured last year]

Family time: The singer shares her daughter - and a son, Xander, two - with her husband Andrew

Family time: The singer shares her daughter – and a son, Xander, two – with her husband Andrew

Describing the impact on her and her husband being at home a lot has had on her kids, she continued: ‘I think the kids have really thrived having us both there and so we take the positive of that, but it’s actually been really special to get this time together.’

The singer went to sweetly say how much her children has changed her life, adding that they’ve made her a ‘better version’ of herself.

She said: ‘Becoming a wife, I love being a mum, it’s the best thing that’s ever happened to me. 

‘Being a mum has made me a lot more patient, more sure of myself and my choices, it’s made me realise my priorities in life. So I think it’s just made me a better version of myself.’  

Lovely: 'Being a mum has made me a lot more patient, more sure of myself and my choices, it’s made me realise my priorities in life. So I think it’s just made me a better version of myself,' she said

Lovely: ‘Being a mum has made me a lot more patient, more sure of myself and my choices, it’s made me realise my priorities in life. So I think it’s just made me a better version of myself,’ she said

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