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She recently transitioned from pop star to radio presenter alongside former X Factor spin-off presenter, Matt Edmondson.And Mollie King appeared to be loving her new career as she stepped out on Wednesday in style wearing a beaming smile as she left the BBC radio studios in London.The 30-year-old Ego songstress showcased her enviable style in a chic light green tailored blazer which fell over her slender thighs.The bubbly star,who recently joined BBC Radio 1, offset her Spring-inspired garment over a white T-shirt which she stylishly tucked into her cropped denims.Mollie's choice of frayed-hemmed jeans hinted at her slender ankles and showcased her Adidas trainers while she tackled the pavement. Looking effortlessly stylish, The Saturdays singer teamed the look with a black leather handbag and complementing backpack while her golden tresses fell in a tousled wave. Recently, Mollie boldly opened up about her battle with dyslexia on a recent episode of This Morning, admitting that it made her pop career particularly difficult as she would struggle to read lyrics in time for recording.The singer was diagnosed with the condition when she was just 10-years-old and admitted it gave her 'really bad anxiety', especially if a teacher asked her to read in front of her classmates.Speaking about how dyslexia has affected her adult life, she confessed: 'I think the way it impacted me as an adult was definitely in the studio when I was recording a song. 'When I was in The Saturdays we would be given the lyrics and I wouldn't actually be able to read the lyrics quick enough to be able to sing them at that pace.'So I'd have to learn a whole song off by heart so I didn't need to rely on actually reading the lyrics as I was recording the words.'The singer - who was in The Saturdays with Frankie Bridge, Una Healy, Rochelle Humes and Vanessa White - said it came as a relief when she was finally diagnosed with the learning difficulty, which left her constantly 'feeling stupid'.