Leona Lewis looks fresh faced as she throws ball for her Great Danes during sunny walk in LA


Leona Lewis looks fresh faced as she throws a ball for her Great Danes during sunny walk in Los Angeles


Leona Lewis showed off her natural beauty as she headed out on a dog walk with her two Great Danes on Monday. 

The singer, 36, opted for a minimal make-up look for the outing and appeared thoroughly relaxed as she chatted to dog owners at a park. 

Leona looked effortlessly chic in a grey wool wrap coat which she layered over a white T-shirt and jeans.  

Glowing: Leona Lewis showed off her natural beauty as she headed out on a dog walk with her two Great Danes on Monday

She wore her curly locks down and opted for comfort with bootleg jeans and black boots. 

Leona smiled as she threw a ball for her dog Storm while walking through the park. 

The songstress is married to choreographer Dennis Jauch. They married in Italy in 2019 after 10 years of dating. 

Chatty: The singer, 36, opted for a minimal make-up look for the outing and appeared thoroughly relaxed as she chatted to dog owners at a park

Chatty: The singer, 36, opted for a minimal make-up look for the outing and appeared thoroughly relaxed as she chatted to dog owners at a park

Stylish: Leona looked effortlessly chic in a grey wool wrap coat which she layered over a white T-shirt and jeans

Stylish: Leona looked effortlessly chic in a grey wool wrap coat which she layered over a white T-shirt and jeans

In November 2019, Leona sold her $2.25 million Californian ranch and moved to a $3.7 million property in the Hidden Hills. 

Last month, Leona revealed she still stays in contact with her mentor at the time Simon Cowell on The Jonathan Ross Show.   

The singer spoke about leaving Simon’s record label, Syco, in 2014 saying: ‘It was [an amicable split] – we’re still good, we keep in contact, he checks in on me, I check in on him.’   

She continued: ‘Throughout the show, he was definitely a real mentor and really involved in helping me with song choices, arrangements. He’s been a big supporter.’

‘[The X Factor was] such a huge platform… It was at the time when YouTube was starting to bubble up… the videos would go viral, it was crazy.’    

Leona was immediately signed to Syco, following her victory and went on to sell more than 20 million records with the company. 

However, in the Better in Time hitmaker walked away from Cowell’s label in favour of Island Records.

The long-running talent show was axed for good in July after 17 years with Simon saying he didn’t want it to ‘become a bit of a joke.’ 

Life changing:  Last month, Leona revealed she still stays in contact with her mentor at the time Simon Cowell on The Jonathan Ross Show (pictured in 2006)

Life changing:  Last month, Leona revealed she still stays in contact with her mentor at the time Simon Cowell on The Jonathan Ross Show (pictured in 2006) 

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