Delighted mum and daughter snap selfie with Rizzle Kicks singer in Margate

Caroline with daughter Kairi and Jordan 'Rizzle' Stephens

Margate mum-of-five Caroline Austin and daughter Kairi, 13,  grabbed a selfie with  Jordan “Rizzle” Stephens of Rizzle Kicks this morning (August 25) after bumping into him at Curve coffee shop in The Centre.

Delighted Caroline, who was in town with her children and husband Michael, says she is a big fan of the hip hop duo, known for tracks including Down With The Trumpets and Mama Do The Hump which sparked a dance craze on its release in December 2011.

Caroline said: “I asked if it was OK for a picture and he said ‘of course, let’s take a selfie.’

“My daughter Kairi is with me in the picture as the others were too shy! It topped off my day, my eldest daughter Aya just got her results from her GCSEs and she passed so it’s been a great day!

“I used to teach my children the dance moves when they were younger from their song ‘Mama Do The Hump’ with my friend Zoe!”

Rizzle Kicks is made up of Jordan “Rizzle” Stephens, who lives in Margate, and Harley “Sylvester” Alexander-Sule.

Their debut album, Stereo Typical, was released in 2011 and was then followed by a number of singles in the same year. The pair have also featured at festivals and had roles in TV and film productions.

Since 2015, Alexander-Sule has released music under the stage name Jimi Charles Moody, and since 2016, Stephens has released music under the stage names Wildhood and Al, the Native, as well as under his own name.