Mollie attends McArthur Glen Cash & Rocket lunch in Serravalle, Italy

The Higher star set off her sporty outfit with a pair of flat white trainers, with her long bob wore in a straight style.

The blonde beauty joined in on the action in Italy following the Cash & Rocket launch gala in London last Thursday night and a fun-filled bash in France on Sunday at castle-set resort Chateau de Pizay.

Cash & Rocket, a fundraising initiative that has been running since 2011, features 70 women being sponsored by major fashion and luxury brands to drive across Europe.

This year’s route, which is raising money for three African charities, began on Friday in London and ended in Cannes on Monday night.

During the five-day spree, the drivers – who also include Topshop heiress and rock diva Jo Wood – passed through some of Europe’s most glamorous settings, including Paris, Lyon and Milan.

The challenge is right up Mollie’s street since she recently opened up about her competitive side during an interview with MailOnline.

‘I would only want to do a reality show where you learn a skill, rather than sit around talking’, she said.

‘I’m very competitive. I went on The Cube last year and I loved that.’


Wrigley’s Extra – National Smile Month   Recently updated !

Photobooth_finalRochelle and Marvin Humes have teamed up with Wrigley’s Extra and are the faces of this year’s National Smile Month. As a result, we have lots of images of the loved-up couple, showing off their pearly whites and cheekiest grins.

To mark National Smile Month (18th May – 18th June), the couple have revealed the secrets behind their winning grins; from how to recreate their red carpet smiles, to what gives them their happiest smiles  – time with their daughter, and for Rochelle, a home-cooked fry-up.

Marvin admits he has an unusual technique to achieve his dazzling photo ready smile, explaining: “If Rochelle and I are on the red carpet together having photos taken, she always gets annoyed because I have a habit of doing a little laugh in her ear to make me have a more natural smile.”

Rochelle adds: “It is so annoying! When I first noticed it I just thought he was laughing at me all the time and it gave me a real complex! I had to tell him to stop laughing at me – but it turns out it is just what he does to make his smile look natural.”

For stunning Rochelle it’s as simple as tilting her head and lifting up her chin when smiling.

I have more pictures from this shoot and will be adding them shortly :) Photobooth 4


Saturdays set for new solo careers as Una, Mollie and Vanessa go separate ways 1

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Not that this article is saying much more than we didn’t know already, as I posted previously I would be shocked if by Christmas this year we hadn’t had seen three solo releases … and now being reported by The Mirror!

They’ve been standing side by side on stage for eight years, but now 3am can reveal THREE members of five-piece girl group The Saturdays are launching solo careers.

Una Foden, Mollie King and Vanessa White have been in separate studios working on their own music.

While the girls are hoping to release their new solo material by the end of the year, we hear that they’re each going for a very different sound.

Irish songbird Una, 33, who has two children with rugby player hubby Ben Foden, is the closest to signing a record deal and has been honing an acoustic, country sound with her guitar and songwriting skills.

Pop princess Mollie , 27, has been polishing off a disco vibe with an 80s feel and a big Kylie Minogue influence. She is close behind Una in securing record label backing.

Meanwhile, the girlband’s youngest member – party girl Vanessa, 25 – is experimenting with an R&B feel, inspired largely by Rihanna. She is trying to find edgy tracks that show off her impressive vocal range.

The Saturdays are still signed to Polydor, but are having a breather from releasing music as a group.

The move comes as Rochelle Humes, 26, focuses on her TV and presenting work and Frankie Bridge, 26, prepares to give birth to her second child.

An insider tells us: “Una, Mollie and Vanessa are all really excited and a
bit nervous about releasing their solo material, but it’s been a long time in the pipeline.

“The girls are still a band, but they’re all happy to work on their own solo projects. It means there’s no animosity or frustration between them – it’s a set-up which works really well.”

Source: The Mirror


Una Duet, Mollie out and Now stirring

Happy Tuesday!

We start today that Una would love to duet with her winner of The Voice of Ireland, Patrick.

“I’m going to be there behind him all the way as well. I’ll be giving him all the advice that he needs and I would love to sing with him sometime, I would absolutely love to,” she told the Herald. “I believe he will [be famous]; the world needs to hear his voice. When you’ve got talent like that, I just can’t see it fail,” she said.

Mollie and David where out and about the other night, at the LDNY Fashion Show (obviously!) I’ve added a few pictures below.

Now Magazine are stirring! Or what you can also say as stating the obvious! Nothing there that we’ve all been saying on social media for months! They obviously know as much as we do!


Mollie’s Birthday Book, Una wins The Voice and more

Hi all!
Just a quick update about Mollie’s birthday book! To help raise additional funds I am personally selling a signed copy of the girls US EP ‘Chasing The Saturdays’ on eBay. 100% of the money is going to this years chosen charity The British Heart Foundation. Please give it a look on eBay and bid if you can!

Last night Una’s act Patrick Donoghue was crowned the winner of The Voice of Ireland! So congrats to Una and Patrick for their fine win. The winners single is on iTunes Ireland now! Una has also expressed her interest in returning to the show for the next series!

Here’s Mollie and more Magnum …


Think before you talk : Mollie opens up about those words

One for us all to think about, think about what you say before you actually say it!

Mollie King has revealed that it took her a long time to toughen up to hurtful comments.

The 27-year-old who is one fifth of girl band The Saturdays said that it can be difficult at times to not take negative comments to heart.

Speaking to the Evening Standard she said: “It has honestly taken a while to teach myself to toughen up because you can take it personally and I think you can get a bit lost in it all. It’s part of the job. It definitely is hurtful.”

She continued: “You just have to think with everything I do some people are going to like it and some are going to hate it, you can’t win them all. You’ve just got to go with what you feel.”

King – who is dating model David Gandy – is the current face of Magnum’s Pink & Black campaign and has helped build the ultimate Pink & Black experience which reflects the playful and sophisticated sides of people’s personalities.

Despite three of her fellow band mates, Una Foden, Frankie Bridge and Rochelle Humes being mothers, King insisted that they still know how to show off their playful sides on tour.

“Obviously with being mums it’s such a huge responsibility so they were very much wanting to speak to the babies, and their husbands bought them up as much as they could,” she said.

“But the girls still know how to let their hair down as well.”

She described being on tour as the “best part of her job” and revealed that she wouldn’t want to go solo as she would miss the “incredible feeling” of coming off of the stage and sharing the moment with the girls.

Source: Evening Standard


Mollie attends Louis Vuitton art launch

Mollie is out and about again! This time at the unveiling of Louis Vuitton’s latest Curated Shelf at the brand’s flagship Bond Street store in London on Thursday.

Mollie was dressed head-to-toe in the luxury fashion house’s clothing as she mingled with the elite crowd celebrating contemporary artist Blaise Drummond’s fresh take on the project.

The Curated Shelf, which was launched in 2010 and endeavours to close the gap between art and fashion by encouraging artists to share their portfolio of work at Louis Vuitton’s Bond Street Maison.

Blaise Drummond is the latest modern artist to be honoured at the London address, which has previously played host to luminaries Tracey Emin, Jake and Dinos Chapman, Juergen Teller and David Bowie.

Mollie also talks to Grazia magazine about going to the Gym and David Gandy (of course!)