Uploading the sweet snap as they pouted at the camera, Cheryl and Nicola, 31, proved their close friendship was still going strong following the band's demise in 2013, after eleven years in the spotlight.
Having turned her hand to fashion, Nicola looked chic in a navy blue jumpsuit, pulled in at the waist with a wide black belt, teaming it with a pair of casual trainers.
The fundraiser aims raise money for those affected by the 2017 Grenfell Tower fire, which claimed at least 80 lives and injured hundreds more.
Her brother Don was born in 1998 and the family upped sticks and moved North to Kensal Rise, when her father purchased the Queen's Arms pub in Kilburn.
As she shared a snap detailing the locations members of the public could donate, she added a caption reading: 'This is my neighbourhood I can't believe this is happening.'My prayers are with everybody involved my heart is beating so fast.
She previously revealed she played regularly at the Grenfell Tower as a child.
And Rita Ora gave a powerful performance as she sung at the Game For Grenfell charity match in London's Loftus Road stadium on Saturday.The new mum, 34, showed off her jaw-dropping frame in a tiny cropped sweater, with all eyes on her minuscule waist as she posed for cheeky selfies with the adoring crowd in the stands.Teaming the distressed white top with a pair of high waist red palazzo pants, she cinched them in with a stylish Gucci belt, adding a splash of designer to her chic outfit and elongating her stature with a pair of leopard print heels.One room for all four of us, my sister annoying me by doing her times tables when I was trying to sleep.’ Meanwhile after keeping a low profile since welcoming baby boy Bear, her first child with boyfriend Liam Payne, 24, in March of this year, Cheryl also made a rare appearance at the match on Saturday.Unveiling her incredible post-baby body in a head-turning ensemble at the Game 4 Grenfell charity.The likes of Natalie Bassingthwaighte, Brendan Fevola, Barry Hall and Chrissie Swan have appeared on the show.