Myleene Klass has had a remarkable career. She is a classically trained musician, TV & radio presenter, businesswoman, and designer. In 2023 however, she changed history. Following four of her own ‘tortuous’ miscarriages, Myleene joined forces with MP Olivia Blake and spent over four years campaigning for changes to the Women’s Health Strategy in UK Parliament. It was in July of 2023 when the UK’s Department of Health and Social Care announced a package of new measures which included a pilot scheme providing much-needed medical intervention and support for women after every miscarriage. The changes Myleene successfully campaigned for mean that women in the UK will no longer have to wait until they’ve had three miscarriages to receive the medical help, mental health support and pre-conception advice they need after such a major health event. The taboos which sadly remain around pregnancy loss (of which there are over 23 million annually, worldwide) and the impact such health events have on women’s physical and mental health showcase that whilst we have come some distance, we still have a long road ahead of us to achieve equity of consideration for women’s health. In this interview I speak to Myleene Klass, businesswoman, musician and campaigner. We talk about her extraordinary campaign to change the laws surrounding pregnancy loss, her own journey experiencing the injustices women face around health, and how campaigning can create real change.