'I'd love curves like Beyonc!' Slender Mollie King reveals her body hang-ups – yet looks stunning in shoot with Rochelle Wiseman
01:02 GMT, 2 May 2012
She's a Sienna Miller doppelganger who oozes with all-American girl charm.
But even Mollie King would like to change things about her body.
The Saturdays singer revealed she has various hang-ups when she looks in the mirror, but with refreshing honesty says she aspires to have 'Beyonc's curves' rather than a fragile size zero frame.
Like sisters: Mollie King and Rochelle pose affectionately as cover stars for Cosmopolitan
Speaking to Cosmopolitan, the pretty 24-year-old said: 'I look in the mirror and see things I need to work on. I’d love to have curves like Beyonc and a nice booty.
'I don’t have any major hang-ups and it’s not like I go to bed crying about it, but there are things I would change.'
Rochelle added: 'I’m happy now. A
couple of years ago I had two cysts on my ovaries and it made me put on
quite a bit of weight. Then after the operation it all calmed down.
Where are the others Una Healy, Vanessa White and Frankie Sandford were notably missing from the shoot
Kitsch: Mollie strikes a pose in purple peep toes and a name necklace
'Now I’m happy to be curvy, I’m happy
to be womanly and I think that comes from happiness in everything else
in my life too. The last thing I worry about now is what I look like.'
Neither of The Saturdays singers have
anything to worry about, with both of the cover stars looking vibrant in
their spring frocks and lipstick.
Beauty queens: The girls pose for Cosmo
The popstars both confessed to getting broody, now bandmate Una Healy has baby Aoife.
The Irish beauty, 30, welcomed her first child with rugby star Ben Foden in March.
is engaged to JLS' Marvin Humes, confessed: 'It’s made it different, like, “Oh my god, you’re a mum now!”
love that we’re getting married around the same time. And I just love
Aoife. I want to have babies in the next five years.'
Meanwhile, single Mollie is still looking for love after splitting from male model David Gandy and denying a blossoming romance with good friend and rumoured love interest Prince Harry.
She said: 'I’m not into chasing or playing games… I actually fall for guys
when they’re a bit all over me! I like an old-school gentleman who picks
you up for a date and opens the door.
'Trust is important – and someone who
makes an effort to meet my family and be involved in my life. And they
have to make me laugh.
'Boys have said in the past that I
live my life like a movie. I love all things romantic, like kissing in
the rain. When I’m with someone, I’m completely devoted to them.'
The full interview features in the June issue of Cosmopolitan, on sale from Thursday. For behind-the-scenes footage, visit Cosmopolitan