Noughties pop star Natasha Bedingfield enjoyed international success after releasing her debut album Unwritten back in 2004.
The musician, who celebrates her 39th birthday on Thursday, has sold more than 2.3million copies of the iconic record worldwide.
Natasha, who is the sister of fellow singer Daniel Bedingfield, has released several studio albums since, but has seemed to take a step back from the spotlight in more recent times.
Much to the delight of fans, the singer made a comeback with new music in 2019, and a new single this year.
To celebrate the stunning star's birthday, Daily Star are giving you the lowdown on what the These Words hitmaker is up to these days.
Last year, Natasha released her first studio album in nearly a decade, much to the delight of her devoted following.
The record, Roll With Me, was released in August 2019, and fans didn't have to wait long for even more Bedingfield music.
In June 2020, Natasha released a new song, Together in This, off the Jungle Beat: The Movie soundtrack.
Natasha, whose song Unwritten was the soundtrack to MTV reality show The Hills, now lives in Los Angeles with her husband of 11 years, Matt Robinson and their two-year-old son, Solomon.
She has been open about the struggles her beloved family have faced, after her son was forced to undergo brain surgery in 2019.
Solomon had to have the multiple surgeries for an infection in his brain, and in June this year, Natasha opened up about his recovery.
She spoke to PEOPLE about spending quality time with her family amid the coronavirus pandemic, and said she'd had a head start in preparing for lockdown as the family spent five weeks wearing masks in hospital at the end of 2019.
She told the publication: "We have a unique experience because we were in the hospital just two months before COVID because Solo had a brain abscess and had to have some surgeries.
"He's completely recovered now, but we spent a whole five weeks in a tiny little hospital room wearing masks, so we kind of got a head start on what everyone's going through."
She continued: "It's actually quite nice to be at home as a family, with our son really healthy.
"Shout-out to Children's Hospital Los Angeles. We have such an appreciation for both medical health professionals and the length that they go to help people be healthy. For us, they actually literally saved our son's life.
Natasha first shot to stardom after releasing her first album, and received a Grammy Award nomination for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance for the title track Unwritten.
At the 2005 and 2006 Brit Awards, she was nominated for Best British Female Artist, and her hit Unwritten was number one in the UK.
The blonde beauty's second album, N.B, was released in 2007, and featured UK top 10 singles I Wanna Have Your Babies and Soulmate.
The star treated fans to a third album, Strip Me, in 2010, but after that she seemed to take a break from stardom to spend time with her family.