She’s taken to motherhood like a pro.
Rachel Stevens became a mum again earlier this year, when she gave birth to the gorgeous baby Minnie back in April.
Minnie is the star’s second daughter, after four-year-old Amelie, and Rachel is absolutely loving having her two little girls.
Speaking exclusively to Yahoo, Rachel revealed: “Having two girls is hard but it’s gorgeous. It’s so lovely, I love having girls, they are so sweet together and Amelie is amazing with Minnie.
“It’s even more chaotic in the mornings now, trying to get out of the house, but it’s really lovely and so special.
“Minnie is now six months old, she is sitting up and interacting more with Amelie and I can really see the bond together, it’s so special to watch.”
And it looks as though little Amelie might have inherited her mum’s performing gene, as Rachel seems to think that she might be following in her star-studded footsteps, she says: “Amelie is always singing and dancing. She loves music and she is so creative as well.
“I definitely think she is going to be in the business, I have a feeling, and I would fully support it.
“As long as they’re happy, if they are really passionate about something I will definitely be fully supportive of them.”
And it isn’t just her own little ones that the former S Club 7 singer is supporting, motherhood has also encouraged Rachel to give back to her fellow mummys, teaming up with Dettol to launch The Dettol Baby Blanket Donation Campaign.
The brilliant campaign aims to raise awareness around the dangers of bacteria on baby blankets, and highlight the shortage of blankets available to infants born into disadvantaged families, urging others to donate their old ones via the Freepost address and share their special memories. For every blanket received, Dettol will be donating £1 to children’s medical research charity, Sparks.
Rachel exclusively told us why she is so passionate about the cause, saying: “It’s a brilliant campaign in itself but now I’m a mum I am even more aware of how much more washing there is to do and there is a more hygienic way of cleaning.
“With Dettol Anti-Bacterial Laundry Cleanser I get to do loads of quick washes at low temperatures and know that things will be hygienically clean and germ free. It’s also such a lovely idea to get people involved. Baby blankets are such a precious thing that hold so many memories and it’s an amazing way to get mums involved.
“I know all my mummy friends are donating their blankets and it’s a lovely way to help underprivileged families.”
Rachel has donated the first baby blanket to the campaign, and if you want to join her in the great cause then send your old baby blankets to:
Dettol Baby Blanket Donation
The Hay Loft
Balcombe Place Stables
Where they will be hygienically cleaned with Dettol Anti-Bacterial Laundry Cleanser, before being passed on to families, and babies, in need.
Special blanket memories can be shared with @DettolBlanket #sharethememories or on Dettol’s Mission for Health Facebook page. For full details on how to donate check out: www.dettol.co.uk/donate
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