She recently spoke out on her changing figure on social media.
And Michelle Heaton looked stunning as she attended the launch of Mark Wahlberg’s burger restaurant Wahlburgers in Covent Garden, London on Saturday.
The Liberty X singer, 39, lit up the event in a buttercup yellow blouse paired with black wide legged trousers with statement gold buttons along the pockets.
Mellow yellow: Michelle Heaton, 39, looked stunning as she attended the launch of Mark Wahlberg’s burger restaurant Wahlburgers in Covent Garden, London on Saturday
Michelle carried a leather Chanel handbag over her shoulder and stepped out in black pointed heels.
The mother of two oozed confidence as she posed for snaps outside the fast food joint.
The pop sensations outing comes after she, who bravely documented her recovery from a double mastectomy in 2012 and hysterectomy in 2014, spoke about body confidence.
Bright: The Liberty X singer lit up the event in a buttercup yellow blouse paired with black wide legged trousers with statement gold buttons along the pockets
Man of the hour: Whilst inside the event she also was snapped standing with movie star Mark Wahlberg
Taking to Instagram, the star discussed her ‘bigger bum’ and ‘scars’ as she posed with her beloved children.
Posing hand-in-hand with her children while clad in a bikini which revealed her toned body, she penned: ‘Making more memories .. this is right now … 3 years later then the next photo!
‘My bum may be bigger, my scars maybe more, and my kids may be cheekier but I’m just as happy here as I was there years ago .. different place, different time, different body, but still the same! This is me!’
She followed this with a shot taken in 2016 on a hotel balcony.
The Just A Little hitmaker had a double mastectomy in 2012, followed by a hysterectomy in 2014.
Body confidence: Taking to Instagram, the star discussed her ‘bigger bum’ and ‘scars’ as she posed with her beloved children and opened up on her changing figure
Throwback: Michelle shared a throwback image from 2016 as she reflected on the changes the last three years have brought
The mother-of-two made the brave decision after being diagnosed with the mutated BRCA2 gene, which increases the risk of cancer.
Michelle underwent a double mastectomy reconstruction in 2012, after discovering the gene gave her an 80 per cent chance of developing breast cancer and a 30 per cent chance of developing ovarian cancer.
It was after the birth of their son that Michelle underwent a total hysterectomy in 2014.
Although it was heartbreaking to go through the operation, Michelle admitted at the time that it was an easy decision to make, because she wanted to see her children grow up.
Strong: Michelle shared two children with Hugh Hanley (pictured in April)