Frankie from the saturdays dating
Having been a member of not one but two successful pop bands since the age of 12, being in the public eye has become second nature to Frankie Bridge.
Part of chart-topping girl group The Saturdays, who have 13 top-10 hits and four top-10 albums under their belt, she is used to being mobbed by adoring fans.
I’ll jump in the bath and put a leave-in conditioner on my hair and paint my nails. For example, I came home the other day and Parker was singing Wheels On The Bus. Even when he was little he wasn’t interested so to hear that was amazing.
“Most of the words were wrong and he was making up his own language but it made me so happy.”Does this mean he has inherited his mum’s singing voice?
” asks Frankie, who also took advantage of the extra free time to take part in Strictly Come Dancing and came joint runner-up in 2014.“Before, I would go out and get my hair blow-dried or my nails done but now that I’m a mum my ‘me time’ happens when the boys go to bed.“It’s a really hard battle because you don’t want your children to be the only ones without it but at the same time you want to protect them.” Since becoming a mum, Frankie, along with fellow band members Rochelle Humes, Una Healy, Mollie King and Vanessa White, has decided to take a break from The Saturdays to spend more time with her family.Swapping touring the world and red carpets for bathtime and play dates, she admits it’s the little things in life that make her happy.The Saturdays are a British and Irish pop, R&B and electropop girl group based in London, United Kingdom.The group consists of five members Frankie Sandford, Una Healy, Mollie King, Rochelle Wiseman and Vanessa White.