She's only two years old but it sounds like Rochelle Humes' daughter Alaia-Mai is striking up a "romance" with her playmate Parker Bridge, Frankie Bridge's eldest son. The adorable girl has met the youngster various times before and seems to be "obsessed" with little Parker, who is the same age.
"I popped over to see Frankie recently and I took Alaia with me," Rochelle told HELLO! Online. "She's obsessed with Parker, so there might be a romance! Who knows?
"She's obsessed with him and he keeps asking for her now. So we're like, 'Ooh have we started something?' And Marvin's like, she's not having a boyfriend!"
"Marvin's like, Alaia's not having a boyfriend!" said Rochelle
Rochelle, who is returning to present the second series of Ninja Warrior UK next year, also clarified that The Saturdays have not split up. Earlier this year the girl group, which was formed in 2007, announced that they were taking a break.
"We've not split up," said Rochelle. "We've never shied away from the fact that we are taking a break and not doing anything for this year and next year but we have definitely not split up. There's no need for us to. If we can all do our own individual projects and not have to call it a day then there's no point."
The Saturdays singer said her daughter is "obsessed" with Frankie Bridge's son Parker
While band members Vanessa White and Mollie King have been working on their solo records, Rochelle is keen to go back to her presenting roots and concentrate on TV.
"Vanessa's just put out her stuff now, Mollie's gearing up to do hers, it's exciting!" said Rochelle. "I've been doing my TV stuff so it'll be a bit longer till we all get back together. But it's nice, it keeps it fresh. We've been together and releasing stuff for almost seven and a half, eight years so to have a change is healthy for everyone."
"We still get to see each other. It's easier to see Vanessa and Mollie," she added. "Marvin and I went for dinner with Vanessa and her partner Gary the other night. We're all really close. Obviously, before, we were in each other's pockets all day every day. We all had the same schedule for seven years but now everyone's got their own things it's about juggling our time in between."
"TV has always been a passion of mine and something I always knew I wanted to return to," said Rochelle
"I started off presenting before The Saturdays, I did kids' TV for years," said Rochelle, who also presented The Xtra Factor. "So TV has always been a passion of mine and something I always knew I wanted to return to. It was just about finding the right time so I'm really pleased."
"I'm not working on any solo music," she added. "I really enjoy doing TV and we all set aside the things we wanted to do during this break – mine was always to get back into TV, but I'll be at the front row supporting the others for sure."
Ninja Warrior UK returns for a second series in 2016.