She has two brothers, Daniel and Joshua and a sister Nikola.
Daniel and Nikola are also both musicians and pop singers.
She consults with one of her entourage as to how best to hold her tiny handbag. She's wearing a shoulderless, greeny, puffed-out, pinch-waisted vintage frock that her stylist found for her. And, by dint of being a member of the Band Aid 20 charity choir, she might achieve the feat of being at numbers one and two simultaneously.
But first, the really important stuff: the photocall that will be heard around the world. I start to sweat and am burning with embarrassment. BBC's Newsround hogs her for a bit, but GMTV, Reuters and T4 are all gagging for a piece. They run into Linkin Park, who get tangled up with Alicia Keys. Bedingfield has now made it as far as a radio crew from Norway at the other end of the red carpet. Lots of money is being spent; millions of woman-hours are being put in; good pop songs have been assembled by Bedingfield, and a phalanx of top songwriters.
Flanked by several headset-sporting, clipboard-wielding MTV staffers, Bedingfield waits for Lazio footballer Paolo di Canio to finish flashing his teeth for the cameras. There's just time for a quick photo op with Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne and she's done. Britain has capitulated already, sending her second single "These Words" straight to number one in August and her album Unwritten to the top of the album charts three weeks later. Judging by the amount of radio play currently being garnered by her new single (also called "Unwritten"), she's a good bet to be top-five tomorrow.
With a personal fortune estimated at £20 million, the 21 record-breaker was a mansion or two ahead of her nearest rivals Cheryl Cole and Leona Lewis, both of whom are apparently worth £12m.
But aside from the lack of men in the top ten – only Craig David and Paolo Nutini made it – the most surprising entrant must be the woman lurking at number ten: Natasha Bedingfield. Eight years ago the singer sold 2.3m copies of her debut album worldwide and her cheery singles ‘Unwritten’ and ‘These Words’ were inescapable. Last month, there she was on the rich list, which for pop stars’ wealth is based on published accounts and disclosed earnings, catalogue valuations and estimates of income from music.
Age: 37 (12/3/1979)Occupation: Music - Other Most Famous For: Brother of Natasha Bedingfield "and then she comes home with me and you know, she's in a small apartment. He feels like she should have everything when she's with him, and limited when she's with me.
[on working with ex-husband, Chad Michael Murray]: My job is my job, and my personal life is my personal life, and I keep them separate. It's not always easy, but it's my work - it's what I love and take pride in, and I won't let that slack because of personal circumstances.Bush filed papers seeking an annulment on the grounds of fraud in February 2006.The divorce court denied her petition, and granted her and Murray a divorce, in December 2006, instead.She also wrote and recorded a number of original compositions for the Hillsong London Church.Musical Career: In 2003, Natasha Bedingfield signed a contract with Sony BMG. The album features a number of collaborations, with the likes of Guy Chambers, Steve Kipner and the rapper Bizarre.She and brother Daniel (‘Gotta Get Thru This’, number one in 2001; ‘If You’re Not The One’, number one in 2002) were stuck to the airwaves like child-friendly glue. The 30-year-old was joint tenth with Lily Allen and Duffy, with a personal fortune of £6m.