There’s no doubt 2020 has been a stressful year to say the least. But Frankie Bridge has found a positive side to being in lockdown. The former Saturdays singer, who has been open about her experiences of anxiety and depression, tells OK! that the slower pace of life we’ve all been forced to adopt has left her mental health in a great place.
“My therapist told me, ‘You’re one of my only clients I’ve not heard from. Everybody else’s anxiety is worse and yours is better,’” she says.
Thankfully, things started to return to some sense of normality just in time for Frankie and her husband Wayne to celebrate their sixth wedding anniversary with a romantic weekend at Soho Farmhouse. The couple, who are parents to sons Parker, six, and four-year-old Carter, couldn’t wait to have a lie-in, laughs Frankie!
With Wayne tipped to be getting his skates on for this year’s Dancing On Ice, as a former Strictly Come Dancing runner-up, Frankie would be perfect to offer some tips. But for her latest project, the star has teamed up with Ella’s Kitchen to write eat-along book The Munchy Trunks.
Here, Frankie, 31, talks to OK! about being outnumbered by her boys and why she can’t decide if her family’s complete...
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August 4, 2020