The former Girls Aloud star - who gave birth to her first son Bobby, with her partner Justin Scott last month - gave the ex Pussycat Doll and mum-to-be advice on juggling her career and motherhood.
The 'Buttons' singer - who is set to give birth around Christmas time - told MailOnline: ''Kimberley said that it's tough but you can do it as long as you're up for it.
''She's done a brilliant good job of balancing getting back into work with being a mum and it was nice for us to be able to connect on that level.''
Kimberly, 32 met up with the 'Promise' hitmaker at the Spectacle Wearer of The Year Awards in London earlier this week and got to see the pretty brunette in action as she juggled hosting the show while caring for her one-month-old tot.
She said: ''It was so great to run into her last night - she is such a sweetheart. We were at a Specsavers event and she was hosting the entire evening. We had a quick catch up but she was busy bouncing back and forth between checking on the baby and hosting the ceremony.''
Kimberly has also been turning to her former 'Got To Dance' co-star Davina Mccall - who has children Holly, 13, Tilly, 11, and eight-year-old Chester with her climber husband Matthew Robertson - for her top mothering tips.
She said: ''Davina has been amazing throughout the whole process.
''She has given me lots of wise words and advice.''
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