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Frankie Bridge and her husband Wayne put on a cosy display while enjoying a rare dinner date

They tied the knot in 2014 and are parents to sons Parker, seven, and Carter, five. 

And Frankie Bridge and her husband Wayne enjoyed a rare date night at 63rd + 1st – Cobham restaurant in Surrey on Saturday.

The Loose Women presenter, 32, looked radiant as ever as she donned a mint green short-sleeved midi dress for her night out with her retired footballer beau.

Loved-up: Frankie Bridge and her husband Wayne enjoyed a rare date night at 63rd + 1st – Cobham restaurant in Surrey on Saturday

The garment featured a cut out across the midriff while Frankie added height to her frame with a pair of light blue heels.

The former Saturdays singer carried a matching jacket as she linked arms with her husband on their way to the venue.

Wearing a light pallet of makeup, Frankie completed her look for the outing with a pair of hoop earrings.

Wayne, 40, opted for a laid back look, sporting a white shirt with black jeans and matching trainers. 

Style: The Loose Women presenter looked radiant as ever as she donned a mint green short-sleeved midi dress for her night out with her footballer beau

Style: The Loose Women presenter looked radiant as ever as she donned a mint green short-sleeved midi dress for her night out with her footballer beau

Frankie took to Instagram and shared a snap of Wayne in the restaurant and told her followers how nice it was to have some alone time.

She wrote alongside the snap: ‘1st night out just us two in a long time!’ 

Last month, Frankie detailed the ‘shame’ she felt while performing with The Saturdays on stage after gaining four stone in her first pregnancy.

During an episode of Loose Women, the singer bravely opened up about her depression battle and told how she felt ’embarrassed’ about singing with the band with her changing shape.

Casual: Wayne opted for a laid back look, sporting a white shirt with black jeans and matching trainers

Casual: Wayne opted for a laid back look, sporting a white shirt with black jeans and matching trainers

Frankie admitted that at the time, she thought ‘people were looking at me saying: “She is disgusting, why is she there?”.’

Speaking on the panel, the star recalled battling with her mental health and her discomfort at performing sexy dance moves alongside Rochelle Humes, Mollie King, Una Healy and Vanessa White, who all looked ‘the same as before.’

She explained: ‘I stayed on antidepressants while pregnant with help from my GP. For me and everyone, we were quite aware I could get postnatal depression but I didn’t.

‘My depression was worse during my pregnancy because I found coming from someone who really restricted my eating and really controlled my food and my weight.

Date night: Frankie took to Instagram and shared a snap of Wayne in the restaurant and told her followers how nice it was to have some alone time

Date night: Frankie took to Instagram and shared a snap of Wayne in the restaurant and told her followers how nice it was to have some alone time

‘Being in the public eye, that sudden feeling of being so out of control of my body was really hard for me.’

Touching on her four stone weight gain after giving birth to Parker in October 2013, she continued: ‘Publicly people were seeing me be different and commenting on that.

‘I actually felt this real shame of stepping out on-stage and embarrassment of still being on-stage because I was doing all these sexy dance moves and just the whole time, I felt people were looking at me and thinking, “she’s disgusting”, why is she there?’

Frankie went on to say that even today, she still feels an element of ‘shame’ over her post-baby figure.

Family: Last month, Frankie detailed the 'shame' she felt while performing with The Saturdays on stage after gaining four stone in her first pregnancy (pictured with sons Parker, seven, and Carter, five, as well as husband Wayne)

Family: Last month, Frankie detailed the ‘shame’ she felt while performing with The Saturdays on stage after gaining four stone in her first pregnancy (pictured with sons Parker, seven, and Carter, five, as well as husband Wayne)

She said: ‘I do carry some of that shame because I have stretch marks and I have looser skin in places and I feel like coming from the position I was in being in a band, I feel like I shouldn’t have that.

‘I should be some kind of supernatural woman that her body doesn’t change. I don’t “look” like a mum.’

She went on to say of becoming a mum quite young: ‘I was 24. I think for me, what we’re getting better at talking about, we are told we have to love every second, have to be great every minute, every day, it is not humanly possible.

‘It’s why women find it hard in times struggling or not loving it, without having to say: “I really love my child but…” we shouldn’t have to say that.’

Uncomfortable: Speaking on the panel, the star recalled battling with her mental health and her discomfort at performing sexy dance moves alongside Rochelle Humes, Mollie King, Una Healy and Vanessa White (all pictured in 2011), who all looked 'the same as before'

Uncomfortable: Speaking on the panel, the star recalled battling with her mental health and her discomfort at performing sexy dance moves alongside Rochelle Humes, Mollie King, Una Healy and Vanessa White (all pictured in 2011), who all looked ‘the same as before’


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