Frankie Bridges has revealed that she knows ‘no different’ when it comes to being with her in-laws – and that’s something that doesn’t bother her.
The 32-year-old singer, who lives in Surrey with her husband Wayne Bridges, their two children, Parker, seven, and Carter, five, is also not surprised to be under the same roof as Wayne’s parents, Wendy and Mick.
talking to SunFrankie explained: ‘Everyone is obsessed with being with us, but I don’t know any different. They haven’t always been with us, but they have always been around.’
Busy House: Frankie Bridges recounts her experiences living with her in-laws and says she doesn’t know ‘any different’
Wendy and Mick moved in when Frankie’s eldest Parker was a child, something the popstar called a “no-brainer,” especially because of her great bond with her grandchildren.
The former Saturday star insists that although they live together, they don’t feel the need for everything in the form of a six.
And in terms of the “weird” moments, Frankie was adamant that they were few and far between.
Family entertainment: The 32-year-old singer, who lives in Surrey with her husband Wayne Bridges [pictured 2020]Their two children, Parker, seven, and Carter, five, are not surprised to be under the same roof as Wayne’s parents, Wendy and Mick.
‘I’m not going to argue, I wouldn’t yell at Wayne anyway. But if she said something I didn’t agree with, I’d say to her, ‘She admitted, she wanted to avoid confrontation at all costs.’
The extra helping hands come in handy for Frankie as she wraps up a busy schedule after publishing her second book and introducing her Open Mind podcast.
However, the mother-in-law of two revealed that she didn’t realize that ‘you think about your kids 24/7 when you’re not with them’, amid the guilt of a wrestling mom.
Selfies: Extra helping hands are useful for Frankie as she works out a busy schedule to publish her second book and present her Open Mind podcast.
Frankie’s second book, Grow: Motherhood, Mental Health and Me explores her journey with maternal wellness.
‘I still think it’s taboo to talk about anything negative when it comes to pregnancy, babies and children. You have to enjoy it to the fullest, and if you’re not you’re a failure,’ she remarked.
This wasn’t the first time she’s spoken openly about her mental health and revealed that it’s only in the past few years that she and Wayne have been talking about how they feel mentally.
Family fun: Mother-in-law of two reveals she didn’t realize ‘you think about your kids 24/7 when you’re not with them’, amid guilt from working mom at wrestling
Talking About It: The Popstar Reveals That It’s Only Over the Years She and Wayne Have Been Talking About How They Feel Mentally [the pair pictured in 2020]
She shamelessly admitted that she kept her issues to herself as part of the pop group The Saturday, because she didn’t want to disappoint her fans – or bandmates.
However, Frankie was adamant that the former and her band’s appearance at S Club 8 didn’t trigger her mental health issues – and believed she was worried that she ‘came out of the womb’.
It may have been more than six years since The Saturday broke into a break, but Frankie is still close to the girls in the group — Rochelle Humes, Molly King, Una Healy, and Vanessa White — and they regularly share a WhatsApp group. hold on.
Grow: Motherhood, mental health and I’m out now.
Throwback: It may be more than six years since The Saturday went on its break, but Frankie is still close with the girls in the group — (from LR) — Una Healy, Rochelle Humes, Vanessa White and Molly King