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THE VOICE OF IRELAND
January 2015
Rachel is the new coach of The Voice of Ireland alongside Una Foden, Bressie and Kian Egan.

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STRICTLY CHRISTMAS SPECIAL
December 25
Rachel will dance in the Strictly Come Dancing Christmas Special with Tristan MacManus.

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BRING IT ALL BACK TOUR
May 2015
Rachel's former band has reunited and S Club 7's 'Bring It All Back' tour takes place in the UK in May 2015.

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WATER AID
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Rachel is WaterAid's official ambassador.

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DETTOL CAMPAIGN
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Donate baby blankets and 'keep the memories, not the bacteria'.

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SELECT MODEL MANAGEMENT
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Rachel is signed with Select Model Management agency.

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SUE TERRY VOICE
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Rachel is signed with voice-over agency Sue Terry Voices.

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MAPLE STREET STUDIOS
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Rachel is signed with voice-over agency Maple Street Studios.

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Welcome to Lovely Rachel - Rachel-Stevens.co.uk, your most reliable Rachel Stevens source online. In December 2014 we celebrate ten years online, and in January begins our 11th year! Rachel's current projects include judging The Voice of Ireland and bringing it all back with S Club 7. She's also involved with numerous charity projects, such as WaterAid and the Dettol campaign. In addition she's mother to Amelie and Minnie. This website offers you daily updates on Rachel including news, gossip, pictures and much more. Our extensive gallery Rachelicious hosts almost 10,000 pictures dating from her early years till this day. Our co-owned forum Rachel Junkie is the longest-running and largest Rachel board on the web. We also have a lyrics section Do You Dare and an icon centre Red Gloves. -Saara xoxo
Dec
20th

2014
Written by Saara
• Category: Uncategorized

Check out Rachel and Una Foden promoting The Voice of Ireland in The Late Late Show last night. The 11-minute video also includes footage of the upcoming series!



Dec
19th

2014
Written by Saara
• Category: Photos, Rachel Stevens, Site

Happy Flashback Friday! Would you like Rachel to endorse lingerie again? Or perhaps even launch her own lingerie line? See more pictures from Pretty Polly here.



Dec
17th

2014
Written by Saara

Check out this new amazing The Voice of Ireland photo Rachel shared while posting about The Late Late Show. I love it!




Dec
17th

2014
Written by Saara

Rachel is in this week’s The Late Late Show with Una Foden, promoting the new series of The Voice of Ireland. Watch it on Friday at 9:35pm on RTÉ One.




Dec
16th

2014
Written by Saara
• Category: Charity, Rachel Stevens, Videos

I’m sure you’re all aware of the Dettol baby blanket campaign that Rachel is fronting. Here’s a new video in which Rachel explains the aim. It also features behind the scenes footage from the photoshoot.

CELEBRITY mum of two, Rachel Stevens, is calling out to parents to donate a blanket to the Dettol Baby Blanket Donation charity campaign to help babies in need.

The Dettol Baby Blanket Donation aims to raise awareness of the dangers of bacteria on baby blankets while highlighting the shortage of baby blankets available to infants born to families in need.

Laboratory tests commissioned by Dettol on washed blankets donated by volunteer mums, showed that baby ‘blankies’ carry a variety of bacteria even after a 40°C wash with a third of the washed blankets harbouring coliforms – a group of bacteria linked to faeces.

Once collected, the baby blankets will be hygienically washed with Dettol Anti-bacterial Laundry Cleanser an additive that kills 99.9 per cent of bacteriaeven in temperatures as low as 15°C,before being re-distributed by Dettol to families in need.

Dettol has also pledged to donate £1 for every blanket collected to children’s medical research charity, Sparks to raise much needed funds for UK families with children who are affected by serious illness or disability.

Rachel said: “The Dettol Baby Blanket Donation really resonated with me as a mum. I remember bringing my girls home for the first time in theirs and what a special time that was.

“Many babies across the world will never get the chance to experience the comfort of a warm, clean blanket. That’s the reason why I’m supporting the campaign, asking mums to donate blankets to those in need so that those babies don’t miss out.

“I’ve got all my mummy friends donating their blankets and I’m trying to get as many people involved as possible. Now I’m a mum I am even more aware of how much more washing there is to do.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.”

The Dettol Baby Blanket Donation is encouraging parents to share precious baby blanket memories on Twitter @DettolBlanket #sharethememories or on Dettol’s Mission for Health Facebook page.

Source: BurtonMail.co.uk



Dec
15th

2014
Written by Saara

Simon Ellis is busy writing new music, which could turn out to be the new album of S Club 7! I hope it will happen, fingers crossed. Has someone called Cathy Dennis too?



Dec
14th

2014
Written by Saara
• Category: Rachel Stevens

Rachel answered some great questions by Express. She talks about her family, her nickname Rats, cars, anything really. I’ve missed interviews like this.

Not a lot of people know this but I’m very good at… massage. My husband Alex is a trained massage therapist but he doesn’t practise any more. If he ever gets a football injury, I give him a massage and he says I have a talent for it. As I’m so little, my hands are quite firm, apparently.

My best friend is… Alex. We dated when I was 13, split up, but stayed friends during our teens. We lost touch then bumped into each other shopping in Selfridges. We went for a coffee and that was that.

My nickname is… “Rats.” My bandmates in S Club 7 used to call me this because I always carried mints with me, so I would rattle wherever I went.

The bravest thing I’ve ever done is… conquer my fear of flying. I’m not a daredevil and I cried for 24 hours before having to get on a plane with the band from Moscow to Siberia. I was so happy whenwe landed.

My favourite TV show is… Friends. It still makes me laugh. My perfect evening is…. dinner with my husband at Zuma or Roka, two great sushi restaurants. I’d also include a couple of cocktails and then meet friends later on for a drink and a good chat. Alex and I are real foodies, and I like dancing but I love good conversation more.

My first kiss was with… This sounds horrible but I can’t remember. It was a very forgettable moment when I was playing spin the bottle with friends at the age of 12 or 13.

My biggest regret is… I really believe that you do things in life for a reason and you shouldn’t have regrets. Even if you make a bad decision then it’s a life lesson.

The one thing I’d change about myself is… I’m a real control freak and a big worrier. I’m hoping I don’t pass this trait on to my girls.

The best thing my parents taught me was… to believe in myself. I’m quite proud that I never gave in to peer pressure when I was a teenager. I had the strength not to follow the crowd.

The last time I cried was… watching The X Factor. My husband laughs at me and thinks it’s hilarious, but I get very emotional when I hear the contestants’ stories. And I think it’s lovely when you see people do well, too.

The first record I ever bought was… I Should Be So Lucky by Kylie Minogue. I was about 14, I think. I loved singing but I never went to drama school or had any formal training as a teenager. I remember going to a Kylie concert – I was a massive fan of hers and still am – and saying to my mum, “That’s what I want to do – be up there.” I was just mesmerised by the dancing and the whole stage production.

It’s not good for my image but I like… cheesy music. I’ve grown up listening to Barry Manilow, Barbra Streisand and Neil Diamond, and I still like that kind of stuff today.

My greatest weakness is… my girls, Amelie and Minnie – they just melt my heart. I think I’m pretty strict but both of them can get round me.

If I could pass any law I would…. make parking easier and free. I love driving, but then finding parking spaces and having to pay over the odds is a bit of a pain.

I drive…. a cute little Fiat 500. I’m a real car person. The Fiat’s got to go, actually – I love it but with two children it’s a bit too small to get everyone in.

The shop I can’t walk past is… Zara. I’m a real fan of high-street shopping, and Zara is really good at taking high fashion and making it affordable.

The most expensive thing I’ve ever splashed out on is… Apart from my house, probably my first car, a Mercedes SLK when I was 21 and S Club 7 were doing well.

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Dec
14th

2014
Written by Saara

Rachel’s dance partner Tristan MacManus talked briefly of what it was like to dance with Rachel. It was lovely of course. The interview is courtesy of MacManiacs, thanks to Cynthia for the hint.

Q: We understand that the Christmas Special has already been taped to air on Christmas Day, and our question has nothing to do with the results. What was Rachel Stevens like as a partner and what were her strengths? How much time did you end up rehearsing as a team for the show?

A: Rach was great. I really, really have a lot of time for her. She is just really talented and she was on the show before and was trained really well by Vincent Simone so it made it a lot easier even considering it had been six or seven years since she had been on. She’s just a really nice, sweet, beautiful girl. We got a dance that, to be honest, neither of us really wanted to do but she was great in it, and I loved working with her. We didn’t get too much rehearsal time because her band SCLUB7 had just got back together and were rehearsing and also she is a judge on The Voice in Ireland of all places so she had been flying around the place but we got enough in to put our dance together and to get to know each other a little.



Dec
13th

2014
Written by Saara

Here’s a cute picture Rachel and Tristan MacManus getting ready for Strictly Come Dancing Christmas Special. The picture is a few weeks old and the special has already been filmed.




Dec
13th

2014
Written by Saara
• Category: Charity, Photos, Rachel Stevens

Here go three new lovely pictures from the Caudwell Children’s Florida trip. Many thanks to @mushyGTI and @FUNDRAISERHELEN.


December – Caudwell Children’s Destination Dreams in Florida



Dec
12th

2014
Written by Saara
• Category: Photos, Rachel Stevens, Site

Flashback Friday from the 2005 Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo film premiere. Why does it feel like I uploaded these pictures just yesterday? More amazing photos of the event here.



Dec
12th

2014
Written by Saara

Rachel looks dashing in these Strictly Come Dancing Christmas Special promo pictures. This year Rachel is paired with handsome Tristan MacManus. The special airs on December 25th.


Strictly Come Dancing Christmas Special



Dec
11th

2014
Written by Saara
• Category: Charity, Photos, Rachel Stevens

Here’s another photo from Florida via Twitter. Doesn’t Rachel look lovely? I could also use some sunshine right now.




Dec
10th

2014
Written by Saara
• Category: Charity, Photos

Rachel joined Caudwell Children on their Destination Dreams trip to Florida. Apparently Rachel is the charity organisation’s new ambassador.


December – Caudwell Children’s Destination Dreams in Florida



Dec
8th

2014
Written by Saara
• Category: Rachel Stevens

Here’s an interview from November by Junior Magazine that was missed the first time round. Thanks to Cynthia for pointing it out.

What’s your favourite room in the house?

It has to be our kitchen/diner, it’s the hub of our home. It’s a large open plan space so it’s very versatile – great for entertaining and when Amelie has her friends over they can run around and play safely but at the same time it’s a place where we all relax and the bifolding doors onto the garden make it perfect for Summer indoor/outdoor living too.

Why is good design important to you?

In the past few years I’ve become really passionate about interiors. I love the creativity of planing a room from scratch. In terms of design, it’s important for me to have things around me which I love and fit in with our lifestyle so a mix of functional and stylish design works well in our home, which is very modern with clean lines. I like to experiment with colour, fabrics and styling but most of all the overall aesthetic has reflect us. Some of my favourite pieces in terms of their design are our Roche Bobois Mah Jong sofa which is modular so you build it yourself choosing different colours and fabrics for each piece – or you can leave it as one colour. We chose to mix it up, focussing on good quality fabrics which were durable. As there are no hard edges and it’s a low sofa, it’s super comfortable and easy for the girls and has a relaxed but colourful vide.

I also love our Brother Max high chair which is very modern, with no hard corners and fits within an adult environment but is perfect for the girls in it’s functionality and easy to wipe down so very practical too. Lighting is important to me too for setting a mood at different times of day. Our lounge has a real evening feel, I took a risk painting the walls and ceiling in a deep, petrol blue and used mirrors to create a feeling of space with lighting set into them – it’s paid off and we love it as a space to use in the evenings or to add a bit of glamour.

What quality do you look for when buying well design products for your home?

Durability is key. If it’s good quality it will last and stand the test of time, something you definitely need with little people running around. Practicality is important to me too, as is style.

Has having children changed the way you shop?

Yes, I think more about how we use the space in the house and about what’s comfortable and how we live more. I’m in the process of putting together a photo wall at the moment, which is really fun as it chronicles lots of memories so it makes me nostalgic and reminds us of happy times. Amelie loves talking through the photos. I think it adds a sense of fun too and of who we are, and it’s good talking point when people come over.

What or who is your favourite family home wear designer and why?

I don’t really have one favourite label, I’m inspired buy lots of different things, your taste and style are always evolving. I love flicking through interiors magazines, going to design shows and looking through art and photography books. We have a mix of high street and designer homewear, from Ikea to Missoni.

What’s your favourite fashion design label for kids?

I love the British high street for the girls. For more boutique brands, you can’t go far wrong with I Love Gorgeous. I especially love their head bands and accessories and dressing them in matching outfits – it’s so cute. Amelie loves her clothes and now decides what she’ll wear which can go to either end of the scale good or bad!

Do you have any treasured family heirlooms?

My Grandma gave me her diaries from when she was a teenager – they are amazing, and a real piece of history. She’d cut out newspaper articles, talk about what movies she went to, what she was doing at school and also about the war – it’s such an insight into her life and of that time and I’m fascinated by it. I’ll always treasure them. When Amelie was one, we bought her a gold identity bracelet – maybe that will be passed down through the family one day.

What piece of great design do you wish you had invented?

I wish I had created the muslin. My girls love them and I don’t know what I’d do without them. They’re used for literally everything. I love the Aden and Anais ones – so pretty and soft. I don’t go anywhere without them.

What were you most looking forward to about being a Junior Design Awards judge for the day?

This was my third year doing it and I enjoy giving my thoughts and opinions. It’s fun and exciting to see all the new products and innovations, new up and coming designers and to have a preview of what I can be find on in the high street for the new season. I pick up great ideas, shops to visit and designers to research which I’d never otherwise have known about, so it’s as nourishing as it is fun and inspiring.



Dec
7th

2014
Written by Saara
• Category: Photos, Rachel Stevens

This is my association after I saw the latest Rachel tweet. She’s currently in the USA doing something fun and secret.



Dec
5th

2014
Written by Saara
• Category: Photos, Site

Have a nice Flashback Friday! This is one of my favourites pictures:



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