Frankie was joined by her bandmates Mollie King, Una Foden, Rochelle Wiseman and Vanessa White for the big day, which she has manage to keep under wraps until now.She's currently competing in this year's Strictly Come Dancing and skipped last night's Pride of Britain Awards, where her famous friends hit the red carpet in London.Nearly ten years ago The Saturdays burst on to the pop scene with their debut single, the Yazoo sampling 'If This Is Love'.
"Some of them are a lot more positive, while others are sad.
But I guess a lot of it is heartache, but that's where I've been over the last few months. Imagine if the Mollie King album is as good as the second Rachel Stevens one…
Every time I entered a room I’d take a deep breath and become Frankie from The Saturdays – the one everyone expected me to be,” she told Weekend magazine.
Bridge, who has proved a hit on Strictly Come Dancing with her professional partner Kevin Clifton, said that when she was at her worst her now husband bought her some yogurts in a flavour she disliked.
Wayne already has a six-year-old son, Jayden, with his ex-girlfriend Vanessa Perroncel. Kanye West Baby ETA: Next year Interesting fact: Kim's difficulty conceiving the couple's second child was chronicled in 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians', before confirming she was pregnant with a son.
Frankie is the third member of The Saturdays to become a mother, with Una Foden and Rochelle Humes being mums to baby girls. The hardest thing was I felt so isolated; I couldn’t tell anyone and it was like I had to play two different people all the time.“There was the way I really felt, and the way I had to present myself to the world.At the time she convinced herself that his mistake meant he was not interested in her.She said: “It set off this spiral of negative thinking, that if I disappeared it wouldn’t matter to anyone.“I felt so worthless, that I was ugly, that I didn’t deserve anything.” Bridge is a favourite to walk away with the BBC show’s trophy at the final on December 20.