The Saturdays Mollie King and Rochelle Wiseman reveal what is happening in their love lives, they talk about their looks, and how they are doing in their attempt at breaking LA.
With the rumour mill in overdrive regarding her friendship with Prince Harry and with her break-up from male model David Gandy, single Saturdays singer Mollie King along with bandmate Rochelle Wiseman talk exclusively to Cosmopolitan
On Love and Men
Mollie – “I’m not into chasing or playing games… I actually fall for guys when they’re a bit all over me! I like an old-school gentleman who picks you up for a date and opens the door… Trust is important – and someone who makes an effort to meet my family and be involved in my life. And they have to make me laugh.”
I don’t have any major hang-ups and it’s not like I go to bed crying about it, but there are things I would change
“Boys have said in the past that I live my life like a movie. I love all things romantic, like kissing in the rain. When I’m with someone, I’m completely devoted to them.”
Rochelle – “Mollie definitely lives her life like it’s a fairy tale. I think I’m an alright girlfriend – there’s no praise like self-praise!”
Discussing the future, Rochelle, who is engaged to JLS star Marvin Humes, admits that seeing Una Healy have baby Aoife has made her broody:
Rochelle – ““It’s made it different – like, ‘Oh my god, you’re a mum now!’ I love that we’re getting married around the same time. And I just love Aoife. I want to have babies in the next five years.”
Mollie - “It’s made me really connect with babies… I just love Aoife. She’s absolutely adorable and I’m so proud of Una.”
On their looks and body issues
The girls state that everyone has things they don’t like about their body:
Mollie – “I look in the mirror and see things I need to work on – I’d love to have curves like Beyoncé and a nice booty. I don’t have any major hang-ups and it’s not like I go to bed crying about it, but there are things I would change.”
Rochelle - “I’m happy now. A couple of years ago I had two cysts on my ovaries and it made me put on quite a bit of weigh… Then after the operation it all calmed down. Now I’m happy to be curvy, I’m happy to be womanly and I think that comes from happiness in everything else in my life too. The last thing I worry about now is what I look like.”
On Cracking The U.S.
Despite announcing last week that they’ve secured a deal with E! for a new reality TV show, the girls won’t be moving to America any time soon:
Rochelle – “… I couldn’t move to America because I’m a home girl, but working there is great. The weather, the lifestyle – it’s a very, very nice place to be.”
The full interview appears in the June issue of Cosmopolitan, on sale 3rd May.