Frankie Bridge looks effortlessly chic in a strappy linen jumpsuit as she spends time with friends on the beach in Barbados
She recently enjoyed a luxury getaway to the Caribbean.
And while enjoying her summer break, Frankie Bridge, 32, looked effortlessly chic in a strappy linen jumpsuit as she spent time with friends on the beach in Barbados.
The Former Saturdays singer showed off her bronzed skin in the white striped all-in-one while soaking up the sun.
Gorgeous: Frankie Bridge, 32, looked effortlessly chic in a strappy linen jumpsuit as she spent time with friends on the beach in Barbados during her recent getaway
Frankie strolled along barefoot in the wide-leg jumpsuit which skimmed over her enviable physique.
The Loose Women panellist accessorised with multiple gold bangles and gold hoop earrings, while shielding her eyes with vintage shades.
The pop star who wed husband Wayne, 41, in 2014, recently recalled becoming overwhelmed with a ‘sense of terror’ while leaving their youngest son Carter, now six, behind on their honeymoon.
Fun with friends: The Former Saturdays singer showed off her bronzed skin in the white striped all-in-one while soaking up the sun in the Caribbean
She revealed in her new book Grow: Motherhood, Mental Health & Me she forced Wayne, 41, to draw up a will while on the plane.
The former singer cited the stress of leaving her then nine-month-old baby for the first time as the reason for her sudden outburst.
‘I burst into tears. The stress of leaving Parker behind had been building up. I had tried to overcome the sense of terror and fear that engulfed me throughout the days leading up to this moment and suddenly, when I realised I couldn’t turn back, I was here, on a plane, with no exit, it hit me.’
Her concerns came from the fact if the pair of them passed away then her son wouldn’t have any parents, and they had not yet put any contingency plans in place.
‘At a time we were supposed to be at our happiest, I realised that if we both died Parker would be alone and without parents for the rest of his life.
‘Not only that, but we had made no plans in case this happened, we had left no will or provisional plan for how he would be cared for. No one would know what our wishes were for him. I made Wayne call his lawyer.’
Although Frankie had suffered through anxiety her whole life, it had never gone this far.
She said: ‘The type of crisis moment is something I had dealt with throughout my life, but I had never been responsible for someone else and this compounded my paranoia and exacerbated my fears to the point of, well, making my will.’
The mother of two shares both of her children, seven-year-old Parker, andCarter with ex-footballer Wayne.
Family: The mother of two shares both of her children, seven-year-old Parker, and six-year-old Carter with ex-footballer Wayne