The Saturdays - The Saturdays are hunting for Mollie King's 'prince'
The Saturdays are trying to find member Mollie King a ''prince'' as the girls prepare to break out in the US with their new show 'Chasing The Saturdays'.
The Saturdays are trying to find Mollie King a ''prince''.
The blonde beauty's bandmates - Frankie Sandford, Rochelle Humes, Una Healy and Vanessa White - revealed they are on the hunt for the perfect man to whisk Mollie, 25, off her feet, but it doesn't mean the hunt is strictly for a handsome royal.
Speaking on 'The Today Show' Rochelle, 23, told host Willie Geist: ''We're trying to find [Mollie] a prince, but not necessarily a royal one.''
Although there were rumours last year that Mollie was enjoying dates with Britain's Prince Harry, the singer dismissed the idea that she and the fourth-in-line to the throne were any more than friends.
She explained: ''We're friends and we have friends in common but it's a rumour that just spiralled out of control. The girls are always trying to set me up!''
Una, 31, has left her husband Ben Foden and 10-month-old daughter Aoife Belle back home in the UK while she and the girls promote their new reality show 'Chasing The Saturday's' in the States and she admitted it can get difficult being apart for so long.
Recalling when the girls left for Los Angeles last summer to film their programme, Una said: ''It's very difficult being away from my husband because we were newlyweds when we came out to Los Angeles.
''He's very understanding and his job as a professional rugby player takes him away a lot, so it kind of keeps things fresh.''
Rochelle is also currently away from her husband - JLS hunk Marvin Humes - and is currently pregnant with their first child, confessing: ''I'm sort of finding out [about motherhood] as I go along.''
Frankie, 24, confessed the girls were ''nervous'' when first surrounded by the cameras, but soon adapted and enjoyed themselves.
She said: ''When we first started out we were a bit nervous. It's hard to get used to for the first couple of days but you seriously forget they're there.''