Kimberly Wyatt put her skating skills to the test in a private session at the Hampton Court Palace Ice Rink last week.
The Pussycat Dolls singer is currently training for the upcoming season of 'Dancing On Ice' and she was able to show her husband, Max Rogers, and their children what she's learned so far at the festive open-air ice rink at Henry VIII's former residence last week.
Former 'Strictly Come Dancing' star Abbey Clancy was also among those trying out the ice rink.
Rob Derry, Managing Director of Events & Event Hire at Arena, which produces the event, said: “It brings so much joy to see the fun had by everyone who visits Hampton Court Palace Ice Rink.
"The private celebrity skating session was no different and it was wonderful to welcome Abbey Clancy, Kimberley Wyatt and Max Rogers to enjoy the ice alongside their children. After last year’s lockdown, we’re so excited to see the nation back out again enjoying the full Christmas experience.”
Kimberly admitted last month she was "nervous" about taking part in 'Dancing On Ice' - which returns to ITV in the new year - but was looking forward to the challenge.
She said: "I have signed up for 'Dancing on Ice'! I'm nervous, that ice is going to hit hard. I'm just excited to see what I can do on there. I'm up for a challenge!"
Other celebrities competing on the programme include The Vamps' Connor Ball, television presenter Ria Hebden, Olympian Kye Whyte, Happy Mondays percussionist Bez, 'Coronation Street' actress Sally Dynevor, former 'Strictly Come Dancing' pro Brendan Cole, 'Love Island' babe Liberty Poole and S Club 7 star Rachel Stevens.
Paralympian Stef Reid, rugby star Ben Foden, and Regan Gascoigne - the 25-year old son of legendary England footballer Paul Gascoigne - will also take part.
Tickets for The Hampton Court Palace Ice Rink are available now, with prices starting at £16 for adults and £11.50 for children, with discounted family and season tickets also available. For more information and to book tickets, visit https://hamptoncourtpalaceicerink.co.uk/.