RACHEL Stevens has revealed an adorable insight into family life with a sweet snap of her rarely-seen daughters.
The S Club 7 singer, 44, took to her Instagram page to pose with adorable duo Amelie, 11, and Minnie, aged eight, both of whom were wearing pretty monochrome patterned outfits.
Proud mum Rachel stood behind them with a protective hand on their shoulders.
She wore a glam bandeau black maxi dress and accessorised with a huge pair of sunglasses, before flashing a cheeky peace sign to the camera in her second image.
In her caption, the Reach songstress wrote: "Getting the girls summer ready @fandfclothing ❤️
"Love this gorgeous dress and jumpsuit I picked up for Amelie and Minnie ❤️
"There are so many lovely things and such great quality. All their summer wardrobe needs covered! #fandfclothing #ionlypoppedinfor."
Her bandmate Jo O'Mera was quick to respond, as she wrote: "Beautiful! They are so grown up , where do the years go ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️."
A fan then added: "Such a gorgeous photo 😍😍" as one gushed: "You all look fab happy Friday xxxx"
Another branded the bunch a "Beautiful family ❤️" while one surmised: "Awww this photo is just too adorable!😍😍"
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Rachel is married to her childhood friend Alex Bourne, with whom she shares Amelie, born in 2010 and Minnie, born in 2014.
They were close when Rachel was growing up in Southgate before reconnecting many years later.
The pair tied the knot in 2009 in a ceremony at Claridge's.
Last year, the popstar posted a rare snap of Amelie as she celebrated her 11th birthday.
Rachel has since revealed how her firstborn has landed her first role in the West End.
She proudly told how her eldest child has "found her career."
Following in her mum's footsteps, Amelie will be starring in the adaptation of Victor Hugo's 1862 novel of the same name, Les Misérables.
Rachel told the MailOnline that she "couldn't stop bawling" and her "heart was pounding" while watching the talented youngster perform for the first time and will use her own industry experience to "guide her" as a mentor.
The Never Had A Dream Come True songstress said that they are a musical family - with Amelie being a keen singer and performer just like her mum.
"I'm always singing, always, and so are my kids. We're in a very musical house and my daughter is definitely following in my footsteps," Rachel said.
"I'd help her in terms of being there for advice and to guide her for sure, but it's a very different world now, music is like a whole different industry to when I was in it.
"She's actually in a show at the moment in the West End so she's already starting her journey and I'm so proud of her. She's loving it so much and she's found her career."