Mollie King wraps up in an elegant camel wool coat and chunky knit as she heads out to grab a coffee
She was recently announced to be moving to a different BBC Radio 1 show as her broadcasting career goes from strength to strength.
And Mollie King nailed autumnal chic as she stepped out in London wearing neutral tones on Friday.
The former The Saturdays singer, 33, wrapped up warm in a cosy white knit turtle neck and an elegant camel coat as she headed out to grab a coffee.
Chic: Mollie King nailed autumnal chic as she stepped out in London wearing neutral tones while grabbing a coffee on Friday
The radio host perfectly paired the outfit with black skinny jeans and pointed beige ankle boots.
Mollie accessorised simply with a red velvet cross-body bag and opted for natural make-up.
The blonde beauty left her locks hanging loose around her shoulders as she made her low-key appearance.
Earlier this month, Radio 1 unveiled a major shake-up with Mollie confirmed to move to a different slot.
Keeping warm: The former The Saturdays singer, 33, wrapped up warm in a cosy white knit turtle neck and an elegant camel coat as she headed out to grab a coffee
Dev Griffin, Huw Stephens and Phil Taggert were confirmed to be leaving the station, with their last shows at the end of this year and will be replaced with five university graduates.
Mollie and her co-host Matt Edmondson now co-host 1pm-4pm from Friday to Sunday.
Breakfast host Greg James, 34, now also presents the Friday breakfast show, formerly hosted by The Saturdays singer and Matt.
Greg has been hosting the show from Monday to Thursday since he took over the role in 2018.
Caffeine fix: The radio host perfectly paired the outfit with black skinny jeans and pointed beige ankle boots
After hearing the news, Greg joked that he had ‘woken up and missed the press release’, that announced his new role on the station.
Five new presenters have joined the radio station, including Mollie Finn who takes on the slot as her first job in radio after previously volunteering as a presenter at Bournemouth University’s student station.
The other hosts are Joel Mitchell, who has previously presented on BBC Radio Leeds, and Fee Mak, who hosts the drivetime slot on London’s Westside Radio.
New presenter Sian Eleri, from Wales, will become the host of Radio 1’s Chillest Show and Gemma Bradley, from Northern Ireland, presents BBC Music Introducing.
New show: As part of the 2021 BBC Radio 1 shake-up, Mollie and her co-host Matt Edmondson (pictured in October 2019) have moved to present the 1pm-4pm slot from Friday to Sunday