Frankie Bridge’s husband Wayne will ‘move out’ if she gets pregnant again

Frankie Bridge may be desperate to have a third child, but husband Wayne has other ideas for his broody wife.

The former Chelsea footballer and The Saturdays singer sare sons Parker, seven, and Carter, five, but Frankie wants a third for her two lads to play with.

While Wayne also has son Jaydon, 13, from a previous relationship with French model Vanessa Perroncel.

After asking Wayne, who is said to be getting ready to star on Dancing On Ice how he would react to a fourth child, the Ego songstress received a devastating blow.

Speaking to The Sun, Frankie, 31, said: "Wayne is having none of it!

"He was like 'if we have another one I will either move out or go and get a job I don't care what it is, I will just get a job'."

"So I was like: 'that's a no then?'"

Una Healy's bandmate revealed that she continually changes her mind and particularly enjoys the baby stage.

She said that she loves seeing children develop their personalities around the 18 months mark.

However, her two tots may have been born into an A-List family, but the pair have no idea what their parents do for a living.

Speaking to The Mirror in August, she said: "I've asked them, 'What do Mummy and Daddy do?' and they just say, 'Work' They don't really have a clue and I think that's quite nice."

Parker and Carter could soon be finding out what Frankie does for a living after bandmate Una Healy sparked speculation The Saturdays were reuniting.

In July, the Irish bombshell took to Instagram to share a video alongside Frankie and Mollie King, reuniting in the park and teasing fans with a dance move from their hit single Higher.

Earlier in the month, she said: "I get very nostalgic especially at this time of year because it is now 13 years since we all first met and started as The Saturdays."

She added: "I miss strutting around in heels on stage as well. I am still in touch all the time with all the girls so when the time is right, I wouldn't rule out a reunion."

Source: Read Full Article