The teary star admitted it was hard not being able to call his family, saying: "I'm married now and I've got 3 beautiful kids, I find it hard to talk about it." Frankie has been continuing to show her support for her husband Wayne Bridge as he competes on I'm A Celebrity, and recently posted a make-up free selfie to show her support for the star.
Mollie King is reportedly dating England cricketer Stuart Broad after getting close on twitter.
The Saturdays singer is set to go on a romantic date with the hunky sportsman after weeks of flirting on social networking site Twitter.
The “Up” singer is the first celebrity to be announced for the new series of the talent contest, with Judy Murray, Ross Kemp Alan Hansen and The Only Way Is Essex’s Mark Wright among those also rumoured to be joining.
Frankie revealed the news on BBC Breakfast this morning, accompanied by her fellow bandmates.“I’m such a huge fan of Strictly! “I’ve always wanted to be a part of the show, it looks like so much fun and the costumes are just gorgeous.
The ceremony took place at Woburn Abbey in Bedfordshire, with guests celebrating the reception in a marquee erected in the grounds of the picturesque country estate.
Frankie's bandmates Una Foden, Rochelle Humes, Mollie King and Vanessa White were also in attendance." Also making the observation, another added: "I need a man that looks at me the way Wayne is literally ALWAYS looking at you." After appearances on BBC's Strictly Come Dancing and ITV's I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here, Frankie and Wayne Bridge have become one of the nation's favourite power couples – click here to see their romance timeline Speaking exclusively to OK!Sharing a loved-up selfie on Instagram from a recent date night, Frankie wrote: "We are Out Out...#ananotherfing #couple #wetried #saturday #ootd #ilookweird #mickyflanagan #comedy." Fans of the couple then become obsessed with just how Wayne looked at his gorgeous wife as one noticed: "The way he looks at you!Keen to emphasise that ballroom dancing will be nothing like the moves she displays on stage and in music videos, Frankie added:“Like so many little girls, I used to take dance lessons when I was in primary school and I really love dancing, but this is going to be so different from anything I have done with The Saturdays.” The 25-year-old first tasted fame aged 12 as part of S Club Juniors, before auditioning for The Saturdays in 2007.