Rachel Stevens has shared a glamorous snap with her rarely-seen daughters as they enjoyed the sunshine on Friday.
The singer, 44, put on an effortlessly chic display as she posed in a stunning sundress alongside her daughters Amelie, 11, and Minnie, eight.
She looked sensational in the black off-the-shoulder dress as she flashed a smile and gave the peace sign in the sweet snaps shared to Instagram.
Family: Rachel Stevens has shared a glamorous snap with her rarely-seen daughters as they enjoyed the sunshine
Rachel, who shares her daughters with her childhood sweetheart Alex Bourne, shielded her eyes from the sunshine with brown square sunglasses and styled her golden tresses in glamorous waves.
Amelie wore a white polka dot dress and Minnie wore a floral black jumpsuit, with Rachel saying in a caption she had bought her daughters the outfits for their ‘summer wardrobe’.
The doting mother penned: ‘Ad. Getting the girls summer ready @fandfclothing. Love this gorgeous dress and jumpsuit I picked up for Amelie and Minnie.
‘There are so many lovely things and such great quality. All their summer wardrobe needs covered!’
All smiles: The singer, 44, put on an effortlessly chic display as she posed in a stunning sundress alongside her daughters Amelie, 11, and Minnie, eight
It comes after Rachel revealed in February that she was ‘bursting with pride’ after Amelie bagged herself a major West End role.
The former S Club 7 star confessed she couldn’t stop bawling while watching Amelie perform for the first time – in a role she has chosen not to disclose.
Claiming her eldest child is ‘following in her footsteps’ and loves singing, she told how her ‘heart was pounding’ during the ‘special’ moment in an exclusive interview with MailOnline.
Rachel hasn’t released an album since 2005, however the Reach songstress has claimed she’s ‘always’ singing at home which makes for a ‘very musical household’.
Sweet: It comes after Rachel revealed in February that she was ‘bursting with pride’ after Amelie bagged herself a major West End role
She said: ‘I’m always singing, always, and so are my kids. We’re in a very musical house and my daughter is definitely following in my footsteps.
‘I’d help her in terms of being there for advice and to guide her for sure, but it’s a very different world now, music is like a whole different industry to when I was in it.
‘She’s actually in a show at the moment in the West End so she’s already starting her journey and I’m so proud of her. She’s loving it so much and she’s found her career.’
When asked about what it’s like to watch Amelie on-stage, Rachel gushed: ‘Oh god, I’m usually bawling pretty much, just so proud of her just bursting with pride really.
Loved up: The former S Club 7 star shares her daughters with her husband and childhood sweetheart Alex Bourne, 44 (both pictured in 2017)
‘The first time I went to see her, my heart was pounding. Yeah so emotional and so special.’
The singer enjoyed overnight success with pop group S Club 7 following their formation in 1997, when she was just 19 years old.
The group went on to have four UK number one singles, a number one album and moderate success in the United States before disbanding in 2003.
Rachel and her bandmates Hannah Spearritt, Jo O’Meara, Jon Lee, Paul Cattermole, Bradley McIntosh and Tina Barrett teamed up for hits including Don’t Stop Movin’, Reach and Never Had A Dream Come True.
Throwback: The singer enjoyed overnight success with pop group S Club 7 following their formation in 1997, when she was just 19 years old (pictured centre-right in 1999)