Frankie Bridge: I won't wait 'too long' for baby number two
Frankie Bridge has confessed she and husband Wayne Bridge are thinking about having another baby following her stint on 'Strictly Come Dancing'.
Frankie Bridge won't wait "too long" before having another baby.
The Saturdays singer has confessed she's thinking about having a second child with retired footballer husband Wayne Bridge, 34, as she wants a younger brother or sister for their 14-month-old son Parker.
She said: "I'd love Parker to have a brother or sister - them being close in age would be so fun.
"Wayne's desperate to have another because Parker isn't a baby anymore. I don't want to leave it too long."
The 25-year-old star recently came in third place on BBC One celebrity dance contest 'Strictly Come Dancing' and admits that while she loved the experience, she found it difficult to spend so much time away from her son.
She told OK! magazine: "I missed Parker so much. But I knew he was at home with Wayne having a good time, which actually made me jealous of Wayne getting to spend so much time with him.
"Sometimes I'd get in the car after leaving him and I'd get so upset."
Frankie - who claims she never thought she'd beat Caroline Flack on the show - insists she's thrilled to be back home with her family now.
She added: "Strictly was amazing but being reunited with Parker was better. I'm back to mummy duty and that's the best job!
"I'm just completely besotted with Parker - him and Wayne are the best thing that's ever happened to me."