Christmas crooner Michael Bublé is set to wow his fans in his custom-made kilt- after brushing off worries about his “chicken legs”.
Kilt designer Mike Lemetti, 54, made the tartan outfit for the singer when he appeared in concert at Stirling Castle with Rod Stewart in November.
Bublé was delighted with his attire but confessed he was worried his legs would look too skinny and pale.
But the international star has now shrugged of his concerns and promised to wear the kilt next time he plays a gig north of the border.
Designer Mike, managing director of Clan Italia, found out Buble’s measurements and made him the kilt in the crooner’s Italian family colours before presenting it to him personally.
He said: “He was so bowled over and then he said ‘you’ve gone to all this bother – but I’ve got pale white chicken legs’.
“So I got out the bag and said ‘look, here’s your sporran and here’s your socks, you’ll be fine because half of Scotland has thin weedy legs, so that’s why we have the thick socks.
“Michael told me he loved the kilt and the tartan. I think his female admirers will definitely like it – he’ll look the part.”