Charlotte Church attends Chelsea Flower Show with daughter Frida

Charlotte Church looks every inch the doting mother as she enjoys the Chelsea Flower Show with her daughter Frida, 19 months

She welcomed her third child with her husband Jonathan Powell in August 2020.  

And Charlotte Church looked every inch the doting mother as she attended the Chelsea Flower Show on Monday.

The singer, 35, cut a chic figure in a khaki shirt dress as she carried her 19-month-old daughter Frida at the world renowned garden show.  

On duty: Charlotte Church looked every inch the doting mother as she attended the Chelsea Flower Show on Monday with her daughter Friday on Monday

On duty: Charlotte Church looked every inch the doting mother as she attended the Chelsea Flower Show on Monday with her daughter Friday on Monday 

Charlotte looked typically beautiful as she wore a light dusting of make-up and showed off her flawless complexion.

Nailing the off-duty look, she wore a pair of Tom Ford sunglasses on her head as she enjoyed some down time with her daughter.  

Frida was dressed in a rainbow cardigan and tulle dress as her proud mum held her in her arms. 

The Welsh beauty appeared in high spirits as she was spotted joking and laughing with friends at the world’s greatest flower show. 

Stylish mum: The singer, 35, cut a chic figure in a khaki shirt dress as she carried her 19-month-old daughter Frida at the world renowned garden show

Stylish mum: The singer, 35, cut a chic figure in a khaki shirt dress as she carried her 19-month-old daughter Frida at the world renowned garden show

The outing comes after Charlotte recently said she thinks she is ‘probably doing a better job’ of parenting her third child because she knows more about herself. 

The hitmaker was in her early twenties when she had daughter Ruby, 14, and 12-year-old son Dexter with her ex Gavin Henson. 

Charlotte admitted while being a mother is ‘still chaotic’ after she gave birth to daughter Frida in August 2020, she has gained valuable experience over the years.

Tree hugger: Charlotte said in an interview earlier this year that she thinks she is 'probably doing a better job' of parenting her third child because she knows more about herself

Tree hugger: Charlotte said in an interview earlier this year that she thinks she is ‘probably doing a better job’ of parenting her third child because she knows more about herself

When asked if it feels different being a mum again now she’s older, Charlotte told the Metro newspaper: ‘I think we’re probably doing a better job this time around just because you know more about yourself.’

As well as being a mother-of-three, Charlotte is still hoping to release new music ‘in the next couple of years’ and the self-confessed ‘tree hugger’ is keen to live as a ‘wild woman in the woods’ as much as she can.

Quizzed about whether she would like to do more in the music world again, the Crazy Chick hitmaker – who is currently working on creating a wellness centre in Wales – added: ‘I’d love to be involved in it for the rest of my life because it’s the best job ever.

Charlotte said: 'I think we're probably doing a better job this time around just because you know more about yourself'

Charlotte said: ‘I think we’re probably doing a better job this time around just because you know more about yourself’

Mummy's girl: The singer was in her early twenties when she had daughter Ruby (pictured), 14, and 12-year-old son Dexter with her ex Gavin Henson

Mummy’s girl: The singer was in her early twenties when she had daughter Ruby (pictured), 14, and 12-year-old son Dexter with her ex Gavin Henson

‘I really want to release an album in the next couple of years, but if we open the retreat centre next year, that’s going to take a huge amount of my time and energy. 

‘I want to live as a wild woman in the woods as much as I can, too, and be present for all of my babies, friends, and family. So it’s just being realistic about how that happens.’

In October, she revealed she welcomed her third child under a tree after deciding to build herself a ‘birth palace’ in her back garden.

Wild thing: The self-confessed 'tree hugger' is keen to live as a 'wild woman in the woods' as much as she can

Wild thing: The self-confessed ‘tree hugger’ is keen to live as a ‘wild woman in the woods’ as much as she can

She confessed that she was ‘overconfident’ about going through labour again after previously welcoming two children, but she was quickly ‘b***h slapped in the face,’ as she struggled through the pain while outdoors in the rain.

Speaking on Rob Beckett’s and Josh Widdecomb’s Parenting Hell podcast, Charlotte went onto say that parenting is ‘unbelievably difficult’.

However, she views it as ‘the pinnacle of her existence,’ adding it’s helped her to become ‘calmer’ and to ‘know herself better.’

Natural birth: In October, she revealed she welcomed her third child, daughter Freda, under a tree after deciding to build herself a 'birth palace' in her back garden

Natural birth: In October, she revealed she welcomed her third child, daughter Freda, under a tree after deciding to build herself a ‘birth palace’ in her back garden