Rachel Stevens visits Streatham nursery to promote healthy eating
11:00am Thursday 17th November 2011 in News
Singer and celebrity mum Rachel Stevens visited a nursery to promote healthy eating among children.
The former S Club 7 star visited the Monkey Puzzle Nursery in Garrad’s Road, Streatham on Tuesday, November 8, and sang songs based on nursery rhymes, as part of her album 'Tasty Tunes', which she has recorded for children's food company Ella's Kitchen.
After a long career with the band, Mrs Stevens launched a solo recording career, releasing seven singles and two albums in the UK between 2003 and 2005. She came second in the sixth series of the BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing show in 2008.
She gave birth to a baby girl, Amelie, in November last year.
The mother-of-one said: "As a new mum, I'm always looking for exciting ways to encourage my daughter to try new foods, especially greens.
"I hope Tasty Tunes help lots of parents sing about fruit and vegetables as part of their little one's everyday playtime."
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