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Monday 25 May 2015

No babysitting duties for White

Vanessa White has enjoyed being in LA, but confesses she is still a homebody
Vanessa White has enjoyed being in LA, but confesses she is still a homebody

Vanessa White has confessed her Saturdays bandmates haven't asked her to babysit yet.

Una Healy is proud mum to baby Aoife Belle and Rochelle Humes is expecting her first child with husband Marvin, but neither star has called on Vanessa to lend a hand.

The singer joked: "I'd always want to babysit but I don't know if I'm trustworthy enough!

"I think I'm really good with kids but I don't think they trust me yet! I've got to work on that..."

Vanessa reckons Una and Rochelle are proof that it's possible to juggle a busy career and motherhood.

"It's really nice for us that Una has her baby and Rochelle's expecting, because they're showing that they can do both," she said.

Meanwhile, Vanessa - who along with her bandmates and Maltesers are encouraging people to let out their lighter side and raise more than £1m for Comic Relief - admitted she struggled being apart from boyfriend Gary Salter while filming new E! reality show Chasing The Saturdays in Los Angeles.

"We'd not been together as long as all the other couples have been together in the band, so we never had to actually experience being away from each other. The time difference is really difficult at first and it can be a little bit frustrating, but we got round it. That's what everyone gets to see!" the star said.

"I'm a proper homegirl and I love London loads, so much as I loved it over there nothing compares to coming back home."

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