ROCHELLE Humes has become a top TV presenter and has had stints presenting TV shows like Lorraine since she left the recording studio behind.
Here’s everything you need to know about the former The Saturdays star…
Who is Rochelle Humes?
Rochelle is a 28-year-old singer and television presenter, originally from Barking, England.
Born Rochelle Wiseman, she has been married to JLS singer Marvin Humes since 2012.
The pair have two daughters – Alaia-Mai, who was born in May 2013, and Valentina Raine, born March 10, 2017.
After the birth of Valentina, she announced that she would be trying the latest health fad of eating her placenta in pill form.
The star originally came to fame in 2001, joining the teen S Club 7 spin-off group, S Club Juniors.
What happened to The Saturdays?
Rochelle later formed a new group with her old bandmate Frankie Bridge, and became The Saturdays. Formed in 2007, they released their debut single If This Is Love a year later.
The other girls that made up the group were Una Healy, Mollie King and Vanessa White.
Over the course of the next seven years, The Saturdays had thirteen top ten singles – including Missing You, Ego, Higher, Notorious, Issues and All Fired Up.
Their debut album Chasing Lights reached platinum status and they hit the top of the charts with What About Us, a collaboration with Sean Paul.
The band went on a hiatus in 2014, and despite Frankie saying the group would reform by 2016, a reunion looks unlikely now.
Band member Vanessa White has quit the band forever and both Una Healy and Mollie King are seeking solo pop career success.
Rochelle revealed that while she was a member of The Saturdays she was ordered to lose weight by one of their management team.
How long has Rochelle been married to Marvin Humes? How many children do they have?
Rochell and Marvin began dating in March 2010 and moved in together three months later
Marvin proposed to Rochelle on the Caribbean island of Antigua on New Year’s Eve in 2011.
The couple then married in a lavish ceremony at Blenheim Palace in 2012.
They have two daughters, Alaia-Mai (born 20 May 2013) and Valentina Raine (born 10 March 2017).
What is Rochelle doing with her career now?
After The Saturdays announced their hiatus in 2014, Rochelle went on to forge a successful TV career.
In May 2017, she temporarily covered for Emma Willis on her Heart Radio show.
While her turn has been praised, she’s had to apologise for bad language from her guest as Lethal Weapon’s Jordana Brewster and Bridget Jones author Helen Fielding both let out an expletive during their interviews.
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