It took some time for Rochelle Humes to get used to not having her Saturdays bandmates around and she admits she is missing all of her girlfriends while the group is on on hiatus.
Rochelle Humes misses The Saturdays.
The girl group consisting of Frankie Bridge, 26, Una Foden, 33, Mollie King, 28, and Vanessa White, 25, announced a temporary hiatus earlier this year to pursue other projects and focus on their families, but despite their busy lives, the 'Xtra Factor' is pinging for her pals.
Rochelle, 26, said: ''We still see each other, we just aren't working together. Not being around four girls I spent all my time with took some getting used to. Now it's like, 'Oh, I've got to answer all these questions myself,' whereas before I could sit back a bit.''
Despite rumours the girl group have split for good, Rochelle - who is married to former JLS singer Marvin Humes, with whom she has two-year-old daughter Alaia-Mai - is adamant The Saturdays will be back.
In an interview with the Metro newspaper, Rochelle said: ''We've been asked this since before our first album came out. We're always honest. This year we're all concentrating on solo projects. Mollie's signed a deal, Una and Vanessa are working on solo material, Frankie's just had a little boy and is working on her own project. TV was my thing. '''Strictly...' came up for Frankie, Una's a judge on 'The Voice' in Ireland. We've always been like that - we like to do things on our own and we don't need to split up because we can all do what we want to do.''
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