Cat Deeley wraps up in a black wool coat as she departs BBC Radio2


Cat Deeley cuts a stylish figure as she departs BBC Radio 2 in a black wool coat and leather boots after presenting her morning show

Cat Deeley wrapped up in a long black wool coat as she departed BBC Radio 2 on Sunday after presenting her show. 

The TV presenter, 46, looked effortlessly chic as she stepped out in a pair of navy trousers beneath the winter jacket. 

She rocked a pair of black leather boots with zips up the fronts as she beamed for cameras while exiting the building. 

Heading home: Cat Deeley wrapped up in a long black wool coat as she departed BBC Radio 2 on Sunday after presenting her show

The presenter toted her belongings around in a large tan leather bag and carried a black crossbody bag over her. 

Cat styled her long blonde tresses loose from a centre parting as they cascaded down her back and blew in the wind as she walked. 

She applied a radiant palette of makeup including a glossy pink lipstick and blushed cheeks as she beamed following hosting her radio show. 

Stylish: The TV presenter, 46, looked effortlessly chic as she stepped out in a pair of navy trousers beneath the winter jacket

Stylish: The TV presenter, 46, looked effortlessly chic as she stepped out in a pair of navy trousers beneath the winter jacket

All smiles: She rocked a pair of black leather boots with zips up the fronts as she beamed for cameras while exiting the building

All smiles: She rocked a pair of black leather boots with zips up the fronts as she beamed for cameras while exiting the building

Cat and her family moved back to LA for the duration of So You Think You Can Dance, after relocating home to London at the beginning of the 2020 pandemic.

Cat and her husband Patrick Kielty left the US with their two sons Milo, six, and James, four, two years ago after 15 years of living in Beverly Hills.

The star previously revealed the ‘catalyst’ for the family’s departure was the terrifying moment Patrick and their eldest son narrowly avoided a public shooting incident at the Century City Mall.

Stunning: The actress toted her belongings around in a large tan bag and carried a black crossbody bag over her

Chic: Cat styled her long blonde tresses loose from a centre parting as they cascaded down her back and blew in the wind as she walked

Stunning: The actress toted her belongings around in a large tan bag and carried a black crossbody bag over her

Looking good: She applied a radiant palette of makeup including a glossy pink lipstick and blushed cheeks as she beamed following hosting her radio show

Looking good: She applied a radiant palette of makeup including a glossy pink lipstick and blushed cheeks as she beamed following hosting her radio show

The couple were also keen for their boys to be schooled back home in the UK and be closer to their friends and family.

The family were back in LA earlier this year, but only temporarily, with Cat telling The Telegraph that they have relocated for the school holidays and will return to the UK when her show wraps.

‘You have such a small amount of time when everyone wants to hang out, so we moved back to take advantage of that. And then the pandemic hit…’ she explained of how they have settled back in the UK.

‘We didn’t want to put anyone at risk in the pandemic because, well, young kids! But we’re making up for it now. I taught Milo how to read and how to ride a bike in the pandemic. It was nice to all be together.’

Loved up: Cat and her husband Patrick Kielty left the US with their two sons Milo, six, and James, four, two years ago after 15 years of living in Beverly Hills (pictured in August 2021)

Loved up: Cat and her husband Patrick Kielty left the US with their two sons Milo, six, and James, four, two years ago after 15 years of living in Beverly Hills (pictured in August 2021)

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