Dancing On Ices Rachel Stevens oozes glamour as she dons effortlessly chic gown

She was one of the most fashionable members of the 90s group S Club 7.

And it’s fair to say Rachel Stevens has continued to flourish as a fashionista nearly 30 years after the group split up.

On Tuesday (March 22), the Dancing on Ice star oozed confidence as she looked effortlessly chic when she posed up a storm on the red carpet at the Bridgerton series two world premiere.

Held in the heart of London at the Tate Modern Museum, the 43-year-old showcased her petite frame as she rocked a black midi dress which featured classic milkmaid puff sleeves and a square neckline.

The singer completed the red carpet look with a pair of black strappy velvet block heels which included an oversized diamond buckle and a black Prada clutch bag as she smiled for the cameras.

For the Netflix period drama, the former pop star matched the similar light weight makeup as seen in the popular TV series including a soft brown eyeshadow which she complimented with lashing of black mascara.

She styled her long ombre locks which she styled into loose beachy waves and pulled up into a ponytail that cascaded down one shoulder.

The mum-of-two captioned the glamorous snap: “Game of croquet anyone? @bridgertonnetflix.”

Last month, the S Club 7 singer was eliminated from ITV’s Dancing on Ice after she failed to impress the panel of judges in her final skate.

Although she was topped as the front-runner ahead of the launch of the competition, her time on the show was sadly short-lived.

After suffering from a wrist injury early on in the contest, Rachel unfortunately missed out on vital training which clearly impacted her skating ability and overall confidence on the ice.

Following her surprising exit from the show, the star took to her Instagram to that producers and her professional dance partner Brendyn Hatfield for the amazing experience.

She penned: “Wow, what an incredible experience … I've taken away so much from my time @dancingonice.

“I was surrounded by such an amazing team of people, learnt so much and made memories to last a lifetime.”

Making reference to her injury, she said: “It definitely wasn’t the start @brendynhatfield and I had hoped for but I'm so so proud of what we achieved together and I truly couldn’t have asked for a better partner.

“Just the most gorgeous human … kind, patient and so incredibly talented, it was such a pleasure to learn from you every day and I've most definitely made a friend for life, thank you for everything.

“Not forgetting my fellow contestants, wishing you all loads of luck, enjoy every second, I'll be cheering you on!”

The final of Dancing on Ice will air on Sunday, March 27.

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