It's a stark contrast seeing her like this when all we can think about is garish crops, flared jeans, diamontes and tank tops from the early days of the band.
Although we loved the Rachel of yesteryear, we definitely prefer her style now.
Rachel returned to the limelight in 2008 to compete on the popular dance competition “Strictly Come Dancing”, in which Rachel was favored to win, she made it to the final only to come in second.
Rachel then wed her childhood boyfriend Alex Bourne and continued to do charity work.
In late 2003, Rachel began modeling for ‘Pretty Polly’.
Rachel’s continued musical success included hits such as “Some Girls”, “Negotiate With Love”, and “So Good” in addition to two solo albums “Funky Dory” and “Come And Get It”, with the latter being critically pinned as “1000 Albums You Must Listen To Before You Die” by The Guardian.
As they made their way to Chiltern Firehouse for a romantic meal for two, we imagine the pair were soaking up the calm before the storm.
Rachel looked light-years away from her S Club 7 days in a chic monochrome top.
The 35-year-old star, who announced the news two days ago, toted her two-year-old daughter Amelie as she met friends for lunch at a North London branch of Pizza East, where she candidly discussed her plans for the new arrival.
The former S Club 7 singer accompanied the delighted post with an adorable snap of the family's trainers lined up in a row alongside their years of birth, with a special space at the end for their new arrival next year.
After joining the band, S Club went on to achieve four UK Number One singles, and Top 10 singles in countries spanning all around the world.