Girls Aloud reunited for Nicola Roberts' 31st birthday this month.
Kimberley Walsh has revealed she and Cheryl Fernandez-Versini attended a dinner party hosted for Nicola last week to celebrate her turning 31 on October 5.
The trio and other guests dined on a "Moroccan feast" and had a great catch up, and pregnant Kimberley was happy it was at someone's home because she currently needs to make constant toilet trips due to the weight of her baby pushing down on her bladder.
However, the evening did not see a complete Girls Aloud reunion as Sarah Harding and Nadine Coyle were not present at the meal.
Writing in her blog for HelloMagazine.com, Kimberley revealed: "Last week I went to a dinner party to celebrate my friend Nicola Roberts' birthday, it was so lovely. It was just a group of her closest friends, Cheryl was there too. One of her good friends hosted it and had put on an amazing Moroccan feast! Having dinner parties at home is the best! Long gone are the days of going to clubs and partying till the early hours. We had some great birthdays back in the Girls Aloud days but these days we're definitely all much happier to chill in the privacy of one of our homes and enjoy a proper catch up. It was perfect for me being heavily pregnant as I'm constantly running to the loo all night and could stay in my comfy clothes!"
Kimberley and her husband Justin Scott are expecting their second child together, a younger sibling for their two-year-old son Bobby.
The 'Biology' hitmaker has overhauled her diet to ensure her tot is getting all the required vitamins and nutrients and her new dishes are being enjoyed by all the family - even Bobby.
She shared: "Over the last few months I've really got into cooking from scratch ... Once I became pregnant again I started thinking about what I was eating and started to become more wary of the things added to pre-packaged food ... I wanted to make sure that I knew exactly what I was feeding Bobby and my new baby ... My hard work paid off recently when Bobby started eating the food I had made from scratch. Up until then most of the food I cooked from scratch for Bobby didn't get eaten at all which is a bit of a thankless task when you go to the effort and it ends up in the bin ... I've started making my own chicken dippers and homemade pizzas and he likes things like cottage pie and lasagna which is great. He loves getting involved with the cooking too which is great because it actually keeps him in one place for more than ten minutes!"