Michelle Heaton looked glamorous as the walked the red carpet with her daughter Faith at the UK premiere of Cyrano at the Odeon Luxe in London on Tuesday night.
The singer, 42, wore a royal blue dress with cut-out detail to the front of the straps which went up and over her shoulders.
The former Liberty X star stood hand-in-hand with Faith, nine, who could be seen smiling alongside her famous mother.
Out on the town: Michelle Heaton, 42, looked glamorous in a royal blue dress while with her daughter Faith, nine, at the UK premiere of Cyrano at the Odeon Luxe in London on Tuesday
Michelle wore a pair of beige heels which were studded with rhinestones on the straps.
She could be seen clutching a matching hangbag while she held Faith’s hand in the other.
The mother-daughter duo headed inside the cinema to watch the film which tells the story of Cyrano de Bergerac who impresses those he encounters with wordplay and swordplay but is convinced he is too unattractive to win the affections of his friend Roxanne who has her sights set on someone else.
In style: The singer’s garment featured cut-out detail to the front of the straps which went up and over her shoulders
Fashion forward: Michelle wore a pair of beige heels which were studded with rhinestones on the straps
Former Popstars contestant Michelle’s outing comes after she hit out at news that the government are planning to crack down on drug users, in the wake of her own addiction battles.
Taking to Instagram on Tuesday, the star, who has been candid about her three year drink and drug hell, shared a series of snaps from the height of her battle and penned a lengthy caption about tackling substance abuse.
Her post came just hours after Boris Johnson warned middle class drug users he will not sit ‘idly by’ and let them fund crime as he unveiled a £300million narcotics blitz – a scheme slammed by Michelle, who called for better education on the matter.
Shock: Earlier in the day, Michelle hit out at news that the government are planning to crack down on drug users, in the wake of her own addiction battles
Earlier this year, Michelle, who is now 32 weeks sober, first announced she was seeking treatment for her drink and drug addiction, which saw her binging nightly.
On Tuesday, she posted a trio of images – two of which showed the ravages of her addiction, including appearing to passed out and another showing her with bloodshot eyes, and two shots showing her happy and healthy.
In her caption, she explained the post was a reaction to the government crackdown and reflected: ‘Harsher punishments will unfortunately not stop us real addicts it will drive us to be more manipulative in our addictions’.
The PM warned recreational users face being stripped of their passports and driving licences under new curbs unveiled today, as he joined police on a dawn raid.
Backlash: Her post came just hours after Boris Johnson warned middle class drug users he will not sit ‘idly by’ and let them fund crime as he unveiled a £300million narcotics blitz – a scheme slammed by Michelle, who called for better education on the matter
Pained: Taking to Instagram on Tuesday, the Liberty X star who has been candid about her three year drink and drug hell, shared a series of snaps from the height of her battle and penned a lengthy caption about tackling substance abuse
They also face receiving text messages from police if their numbers are found on dealers’ phones – with all the points being slammed by Michelle.
Michelle wrote in her impassioned message: ‘I wanted to wait till I had the facts before I wrote this and I was am armed with the facts of today’s announcement on the government’s plans to tackle addiction…
‘I welcome any efforts by governments to address this issue that affects too many families. Tackling the suppliers and helping those in addictions is amazing. I’m so pleased to hear of the extra treatment places, they are sorely needed…
Hitting back: Michelle shared a lengthy caption addressing the government plans
‘I’ll be honest – I didn’t have the money to get help, friends and family lent me that and I possibly wouldn’t be here now had they not as I needed the treatment within days. I’m hoping I’ll hear the word education lots in the coming days…
‘Early education in schools is sorely needed and this is something I really feel strongly about. This disease does NOT discriminate. It affects people in poverty and people with money…
‘Once an addict we will stop at NOTHING to get the next hit, fix, high! Whatever that may be. Harsher punishments will unfortunately not stop us real addicts it will drive us to be more manipulative in our addictions!…
‘It’s a disease of the mind and the body. We need to also concentrate on STOPPING it before it grips us. Where do addictions begin? “Brought up that way” “Followed parents” “Had no choice” “Bad relationships” The list is endless…
‘It’s NOT a middle class problem it’s a you and me problem. It’s the kid who never fit in, it’s the wife at home bored. This disease does NOT discriminate…
Radiant: She was showing off her recovery process
‘There is no poster boy or girl for this. Punishment in itself is not an answer as it just ignores where and how to tackle it before it begins! Education, help lines and more information is needed most! From, a grateful recovered addict!…
‘Michelle Heaton, age 42 no bad upbringing didn’t grow up in poverty & certainly no middle class issues and never set out to be an addict…
‘I never knew what an addict was until I almost died. Had you given me a warning or called me up and fined me when I was in the madness I wouldn’t have stopped…
‘Information, the meetings and the 12 step programme got me sober! And guess what? It’s free! My passion now is giving back and helping others get sober and clean.’
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Sweet: She cosied up to her family in a sweet snap