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Mollie King admits The Saturdays may reunite one day: ‘I’m rooting for girl bands’

Mollie King may now be in pre-baby bliss mode after announcing she’s pregnant with her first child with fiancé Stuart Broad – but don’t expect a Saturdays reunion despite her being All Fired Up about the lack of girl groups in the charts.

In an exclusive interview with Guilty Pleasures, the Missing You singer and mum-to-be addressed the void left by Little Mix, who have gone their separate ways.

‘When they announced their hiatus, I was like, “No!” I absolutely adore them, and what they stand for is great, powerful women who speak their minds,’ said Mollie, 35, speaking ahead of her glorious baby announcement this week.

‘I am rooting for girl bands – and individual female artists – but girl bands in particular, because I’ve lived and breathed it. I’m sure there will be a band coming through but it’s difficult to get right. When it does work, it feels like magic.’

Isn’t the Radio 1 presenter tempted to get back with Frankie, Una, Rochelle and Vanessa?

Mollie is expecting her first child with cricketer Stuart Broad (Picture: @instagram/stuartbroad/)

‘I’m somebody that never says never,’ she teased. ‘I absolutely, hand on heart, loved every single minute with the girls. To have gone through that experience with them, I feel like the luckiest girl.

‘It massively depends on everybody’s schedules, where everybody’s at.’

The Saturdays have been on hiatus since 2014 but that hasn’t stopped the girls from forging new career path.

Una Healy made waves as a country singer and had success as a judge on The Voice of Ireland.

Meanwhile Rochelle Humes found success on TV as a relief presenter on This Morning. She presented The Black Maternity Scandal, a documentary for Dispatches on Channel 4, more recently.

Now Mollie, who got engaged to cricketer Stuart in 2021 and who are now expecting their first child together, is co-hosting a new podcast with Matt Edmondson called Wimbledon: Between The Lines, in partnership with Evian.

The podcast, featuring interviews with special guests throughout the tournament, is available to download now at Apple Podcasts.

 


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