Rochelle Humes looks wistful in her latest fashion shoot with Red Magazine as she reflects on family.
The brunette beauty opened up about her family and admitted that being with her two sisters is “like looking in the mirror”.
The Saturdays singer was raised by her mother, while her dad had three kids with another woman.
Rochelle, 30, only got to know her sisters Lili, 24, Sophie, 21, and her brother Jake, 23, as an adult.
This Morning presenter Rochelle said connecting with her sister Sophie who appeared on this years Love Island , had given her the closure she needed when searching for her dad.
Rochelle and Sophie met their long lost sister last year after 23 years apart.
The stunning pair had another sister called Lilli - on their dad's side - who Rochelle met once aged five.
In a bizarre twist, it was actually Rochelle's This Morning co-star Kem Cetinay - who won Love Island 2017 - who reunited her with her long-lost sister.
The television presenter explained on Giovanna Fletcher's Happy Mum Happy Baby podcast: "I've never told anyone this before.
"Two years ago, I was at our management's Christmas party and Love Island's Kem was there.
"He was chatting away and said, ‘I got to talk to you... as soon as I became a celeb, I promised my friend Lili that I would talk to you as she's your sister on your dad's side.’
"I knew of her and met up with her when I was five, but it was so complicated as they were a lot younger and my dad wasn't involved.”
The former Saturday's singer went on to reveal that Kem asked if he could give Rochelle’s number to Lili and the two started chatting.
She explained: "She WhatsApped me and I didn't reply till the morning.
"We planned to go out for dinner with my other sister and brother and I made Marvin come with me because I was so scared.
"We are literally the same people, Marvin was like, ‘OMG, there's more of you.’
"We've spoken every day since - Jeremy Kyle style. It's like we've known each other all our lives."
Rochelle shared her support for her youngest sister Sophie while she starred on this years Love Island.
The mother-of-two wished her sister good luck in the infamous villa just before the first show launched back in January.
Taking to Instagram , the brunette beauty shared a picture her eldest daughter Alaia, six, had drawn for her Auntie.
It reads: "Go Sophie you are the best, I love you so much, good luck go girl".
Rochelle wrote alongside it: "Alaia has no idea what Love Island is but bless her she knows her Auntie isn’t available for FaceTime and is away doing something that we need to support her for.
"Good luck tonight sis, enjoy yourself and find a nice boy."