All Saints’ Natalie Appleton, Melanie Blatt and Shaznay Lewis reunite for Christmas dinner

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‘My girls, my sisters’: All Saints band members Natalie Appleton, Melanie Blatt and Shaznay Lewis reunite for Christmas dinner


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They were one of the most successful girl groups of the 90s with a string of hits to their name.

And three of the members of All Saints reunited this week for a fun filled Christmas dinner, looking identical to their 90s heyday.

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Natalie Appleton, 48, shared a slew of stunning photos of herself with Melanie Blatt, 46 and Shaznay Lewis, 46 to her Instagram on Friday.

Reunion: Three of the members of All Saints reunited this week for a fun filled Christmas dinner, looking identical to their 90s heyday (L-R Natalie, Shaznay and Melanie)

Reunion: Three of the members of All Saints reunited this week for a fun filled Christmas dinner, looking identical to their 90s heyday (L-R Natalie, Shaznay and Melanie)

She donned a leather dress for the occasion, which boasted puffed sleeves and a matching belt to emphasise her svelte waist.

The trio of ladies all wore their long tresses straightened and cascading over their shoulders as they beamed for the pics, clearly thrilled to be reunited.

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Natalie revealed the dinner had been hosted by Melanie, and gushed about her bandmates, writing: ‘My girls my sisters… when I look into your eyes I see your souls that I love to my core..’

Gorgeous girls: Natalie Appleton, 48, shared a slew of stunning photos of herself with Melanie Blatt, 46 and Shaznay Lewis, 46 to her Instagram on Friday (L-R Shaznay, Natalie and Melanie)

Gorgeous girls: Natalie Appleton, 48, shared a slew of stunning photos of herself with Melanie Blatt, 46 and Shaznay Lewis, 46 to her Instagram on Friday (L-R Shaznay, Natalie and Melanie)

‘Thank you mel for the most amazing Xmas dinner! I want more now.’

Addressing her missing sister and bandmate Nicole Appleton, she added: ‘nick, we missed you sooooo sooo much.’

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Nicole commented saying: ‘Ahhhh. I’m gutted I couldn’t be with you all!! I love you all sooo much!! #love #love #love’ alongside a string of heart emojis and kisses.

Missing quartet: Addressing her missing sister and bandmate Nicole Appleton, she added: 'nick, we missed you sooooo sooo much'

Missing quartet: Addressing her missing sister and bandmate Nicole Appleton, she added: ‘nick, we missed you sooooo sooo much’ 

All Saints were formed back in 1993 by music manager Ron Tom who later went on to found the Sugababes.

Their debut self-titled album released in 1997 went on to become the third best-selling girl group album of all time.

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Their single Never Ever is the second best-selling girl group single of all-time in the UK after the Spice Girls’ Wannabe.

Early days: All Saints were formed back in 1993 by music manager Ron Tom who later went on to found the Sugababes (pictured in 1998)

Early days: All Saints were formed back in 1993 by music manager Ron Tom who later went on to found the Sugababes (pictured in 1998)

Success: Their debut self-titled album released in 1997 went on to become the third best-selling girl group album of all time (pictured in 1998)

Success: Their debut self-titled album released in 1997 went on to become the third best-selling girl group album of all time (pictured in 1998)

Their second album Saints & Sinners, released in 2000, went straight to number one, however they split the following year following reports of in-fighting in the group. 

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All Saints eventually reformed in 2006 and released their third studio album Studio 1 but were dropped by their label when the record didn’t meet expectations.

Following a second split in 2009, All Saints reformed once more in 2014 and released the albums Red Flag in 2016 and Testament in 2018.

Split: Their second album Saints & Sinners, released in 2000, went straight to number one, however they split the following year following reports of in-fighting in the group (pictured in 1998)

Split: Their second album Saints & Sinners, released in 2000, went straight to number one, however they split the following year following reports of in-fighting in the group (pictured in 1998)

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