Rachel Stevens grabs a coffee during Cabaret All Stars rehearsals

Rachel Stevens cuts a stylish figure in a black padded coat and grey joggers as she grabs a coffee during Cabaret All Stars rehearsals

Rachel Stevens fuelled up on coffee as she headed to rehearsals for the Cabaret All Stars show in London on Wednesday.

The S Club 7 star, 42, is set to host a number of shows at Proud Embankment later this month alongside Blue’s Duncan James.  

Rachel cut a stylish figure and wrapped up warm in a black padded coat, which she teamed with grey joggers and a charcoal jumper.  

Caffeine kick: Rachel Stevens fuelled up on coffee as she headed to rehearsals for the Cabaret All Stars show in London on Wednesday

The Natural hitmaker donned a pair of black military boots and clutched a large tote bag which appeared to have her script in. 

Rachel wore her blonde brown locks in soft waves and accentuated her age-defying complexion with a polished make-up look.

The former singer appeared in high spirits, no doubt excited to be back on stage again.  

Showtime: The S Club 7 star, 42, is set to host a number of shows at Proud Embankment later this month alongside Blue’s Duncan James

Casually-clad: Rachel cut a stylish figure and wrapped up warm in a black padded coat, which she teamed with grey joggers and a charcoal jumper

Sizzling display: Denise Van Outen had been performing at the Cabaret show in recent months 

Also arriving at rehearsals, was Duncan, 42. 

The singer was casually-clad in a black tracksuit and carried a suitcase in preparation for the shows later this month. 

Rachel and Duncan will star in the Vegas style show, which will see cabaret and circus performers show off their talents on stage.  

Beauty: The Natural hitmaker donned a pair of black military boots and clutched a large tote bag which appeared to have her script in

Rachel recently revealed that her eldest daughter Amalie, nine, plans to follow in her musical footsteps and dreams of becoming a singer just like her famous mum.

She told MailOnline she fully supports her daughter’s passion and admitted that both Amalie and her youngest, Minnie, six, are ‘performers’.

Discussing her families’ love of music, she said: ‘We’ve always got music on in our house, my kids have now got the buzz. Amalie’s definitely wants to be a singer, that’s going to be her career.’

Rachel added that music has been a ‘natural’ progression for her child, who ‘fell in love with singing’, as she admitted she has ‘gently’ encouraged her passion.

The former band member also touched on her own singing career, and said: ‘Music is such a big part of our lives. I haven’t recorded for ages, but it comes up now and again, I talk about it and think about it.

‘There’s potential might want to do some more shows, or music of some kind, I just don’t know what way yet.’ 

Boyband: Also arriving at rehearsals, was Blue’s Duncan James, 42

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