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Frankie Bridge has opened up about her unusual life arrangement – but that doesn’t mean she spends less time with her two sons, Carter, six, and Parker, eight.
Frankie Bridge couldn’t have been more relaxed as we caught up with her.
After a frantic couple of weeks at work, she had to fly to sunny Bermuda for a midterm break with her husband Wayne, 41, and their two sons, Carter, six, and Parker, eight.
“Normally my work runs high, which makes me feel guilty for the usual mom, but actually halfway through this term we went to Bermuda to see my sister Victoria and my twin nephews. , the people who live there,” the 33-year-old told Notebook in an exclusive interview.
“I want them back here. I missed them so much.”
The former The Saturday singer remains busy, and in January, she launched Results With Frankie: Health & Happiness – a combination of exercise, nutrition advice and life coaching – through a website. helped her get through the outage.
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And it doesn’t stop there. Over the past year, panelist Loose Women’s fashion brand FW Bridge has also flourished. Additionally, she has now collaborated with Next and Tesco.
But despite her picture-perfect existence and enviable life, she quickly brings us back to reality when we suggest life must be a bed of roses. In fact, we love her more for her harsh honesty.
“Honestly, I barely get on the air,” she tells us about how busy she is.
“As soon as we’ve conquered one thing with a fashion label, that’s the next. Then when it comes out, I’ll wonder ‘Is it still cool?’ because I looked at it for so long. It was quite stressful.”
And for all her work, Frankie admits that it’s hard for her and Wayne to find time for each other.
“We’re really lucky that his mom and dad live with us, but that’s usually when the kids are at school,” she said.
“So on Tuesday we had a nice walk with the dog. We went to the pub and had some Diet Coke together, chilled out and then wandered home to pick up the kids and stuff. That’s great.”
So favorite date nights are still card-free despite the extra help at home.
She said: “It’s really nice to not have to put on makeup and dress up because I do it a lot.
But they still managed to keep the spark alive.
“No relationship is perfect but we’ve been together a long time and we’re still very attracted to each other,” she said.
“He’s seen me through my pregnancy and everything. We’re really supportive of each other in everything we do.”
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And Frankie admitted that she still lets boys climb into bed with them after she said on Loose Women recently that they all slept together on a mattress on the floor while you made a bed. new.
“The boys are back in their beds now, but we got into this habit of them coming to us so we all ended up together for the night and honestly, I love that. !”
Frankie also told us that there are still no plans for a reunion on Saturday – although they are still very friendly.
“I’m lucky because we have a good chemistry compared to other girl groups,” she said.
“We stayed in touch, but no, it didn’t happen. Honestly, it’s been a whirlwind for my fashion brand and my dreams. I’d love to consider moving on to the next accessory. Wayne and I are also doing a kids series for Tesco. It’s so lovely to be doing the things we all love together. It’s truly been a dream and it surpassed all of my expectations.”
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