Whatever the weather ….


… well its has been bad in the UK over the last few days. Hope those in the South West and the Midlands aren’t too wet!

As for our favourite girl group, it’s all gone a little quiet again after the huge annoucement that was Rochelle’s pregnancy. The couple have been photographed walking around (see below) but thats about as exciting it has got!

The girls played their first UK concert over the weekend since their return to the UK. They played at the roundhouse in London over the weekend for the ‘Rays Of Sunshine’ charity. Unless I’m loosing my eyesight a bit there doesn’t seem to be too much news from it. If I find anything I’ll update this news item 🙂

Una and the terribly adorable Aoife have been making waves in the water too! You can check out some of the adorable pictures below. Aoife is far far too cute – well it can’t be too shocking look at her parents! 🙂

Also this seems to have slipped under the radar, (get it!) anyway the Daily Mail seems to be reporting that Mollie has ‘confirmed’ that she was dating Prince Harry, make of it what you will ….

Mollie King of girl band The Saturdays has finally admitted to dating Prince Harry – after denying it for months.

‘Yes, I’ve met Harry and we did go out,’ says Mollie, 25, who confirmed they dated last summer.

Mollie is now enjoying the single life but adds: ‘I would like a boyfriend in 2013 but only if he is Mr Right. Every girl should wait for the right man.’

The Saturdays have been focusing on breaking into America. At the launch of the SuperTrash store in London last week, Mollie, left, told me: ‘It would be amazing to do a film like Spice World.

A film crew has been following us around as we try to crack the States.’


About Matt

I’ve been running fan websites since around 1997, when I launched a Spice Girls website, a few years later I launched a website for the pop-group Steps, which in 1999 became Generation Steps later in the mid 00′s I launched PCDWorld and later The Saturdays Fansite. I’m presently a Network Administrator and a trustee for the UK charity the Dyspraxia Foundation.

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