It's the world's most famous zebra crossing thanks to the cover of The Beatles' album Abbey Road in 1969.
So Katherine Jenkins made sure she looked like a true glamazon as she recreated the moment this week.
The singer, who's just returned from a sun-soaked holiday in Anguilla, posed for pics walking over the crossing in a stand-out pretty flirty floral skirt (£129 from Ted Baker, btw) and fitted black shirt, with her honey-blonde hair in perfect waves.
She shared the pic on Instagram, writing: "Walking to work #AbbeyRoad."
It was revealed earlier this year that Katherine has signed a new deal with Decca records, and will release a new album in the autumn. And what a cool place to record it.
She also posted a pic of herself standing outside the studio, and wrote: "Time to sing... #abbeyroad."
And then she left her mark by signing the wall outside the studio, writing: "Would be rude not to! ;) #Vandal #AbbeyRoad."
She's probably the best-dressed vandal we've ever seen, right?
Check out more of Kath's fabulous life in her Instagram updates right here: