Rochelle Humes has confirmed the release date for her debut nightwear range for Very.co.uk, which will launch on January 23.
Rochelle Humes has confirmed the release date for her debut nightwear range for Very.co.uk.
The 27-year-old singer - who launched her first collection with Very.co.uk in 2014 - is set to expand her line for the fashion house to include a sleepwear capsule, featuring an all-in-one nightwear piece, pyjama set with white piped hem detail and a night dress, along with other products, which will be available to purchase on January 23.
The brunette beauty - who is known for making up one fifth of the girl band The Saturdays alongside Frankie Bridge, Una Healy, Mollie King and Vanessa White - has taken to social media to tease the garments from her upcoming range.
Alongside a picture of her in a light grey jumpsuit, a pale pink hem and a drawstring middle, which she posted on her Instagram account, she wrote: ''A little bedtime jumpsuit launching as part of my debut nightwear range January 23rd @veryuk#rochellesleep (sic).''
The 'Ninja Warrior UK' co-presenter gave a ''sneak peek'' into her forthcoming designs last month, with a string of still shot images of some items in the collection.
The posts read: ''SNEAK PEAK For all of my sleepy bears...coming in the new year #RHnightwear
''Because we love to chill.... #RHnightwear coming your way in Jan...
''#BTS #Sneekpeak shooting my exciting new nightwear line...(sic).''
Meanwhile, Rochelle - who has three-year-old daughter Alaia Mai with her husband Marvin Humes - is pregnant with her second child, and the star has revealed their child had been asking her when she would be getting a little brother or sister.
Speaking previously, Rochelle - who has been married to the JLS band member since July 2012 - said: ''Alaia's been quizzing me and saying that her friends all have brothers or sisters. At the minute I feel so blessed and happy with the way everything is that I'd never put pressure on that, but definitely in the future.''
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