Natasha Hamilton has posted a video of her seven year old daughter Ella Rose singing and the mum was overcome as she watched her little girl showing off her angelic voice.

The former Atomic Kitten star rarely puts her children in the spotlight, but as she shared the gorgeous clip of her sweet girl's amazing talents, she begged her to "stop growing up".

Natasha, who shares Ella Rose with fellow pop star Ritchie Neville, of Five fame, watched as her daughter grinned and sang along to songs during a car journey.

The child was dressed in a cream cable knit jumper and her long blonde locks were plaited across the crown of her head.


Ella Rose also wore a cute 90s-throwback choker necklace with a turquoise gem at the front.

"Seriously though – stop growing up!" mum-of-four Natasha cried as she filmed her singing Bruno Mars' Marry You.

The Atomic Kitten favourite captioned the video "Sunday" and also shared a video of her son Alfie.

"Alfie was brilliant this AM playing tennis. Star in the making," she wrote.


Natasha is mum to eldest sons Josh, 19, from her relationship with Fran Cosgrave, Harry, 17, whom she shares with dancer Gavin Hatcher, and Alfie, 11, from her marriage to Riad Erraji.

The star started dating ex Ritchie in 2013, and the pair welcomed their first child Ella Rose the following year.

Natasha got married to husband Charles Gay two months ago, in a stunning Italian ceremony in Lake Como.

The red-headed beauty looked a vision in white and all her children played integral roles to the day.

The singer opted for a thin-strapped plunging lace gown that cinched in at the waist and showed off her incredible curves.

The dress then flowed out in a puffed out tulle skirt.

Her fiery tresses were styled in blow-dried waves, and Natasha finished off her glamorous look with dramatic smokey eye makeup and a bright peachy lipstick.

She also wore a long veil and chosen elegant white and pink roses for her wedding bouquets.

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