Belfast Telegraph

Thursday 23 October 2014

Saturdays' Frankie welcomes son

Frankie Sandford has given birth to her son Parker

The Saturdays' Frankie Sandford has given birth to her baby, a son called Parker.

Frankie tweeted today (October 18) that her first child with footballer boyfriend Wayne Bridge had arrived and that both mum and baby were well.

She wrote: "Wayne and I are so proud to say our little boy Parker Bridge was born this morning. 7lb 13oz. All doing well and absolutely besotted."

Frankie is the third of The Saturdays to have a baby - Una Foden, married to rugby player Ben Foden, gave birth to daughter Aoife 19 months ago and Rochelle Humes and her JLS husband Marvin Humes welcomed their daughter, Alaia-Mai, in May.

Earlier this week Una told Digital Spy that she was expecting Frankie's son to arrive any day.

She said: "The phone is switched off of silent. We're waiting because it's literally coming in the next few days. [She's due] any moment now. All of us will [get the call]. She'll definitely send out a group text or something."

Bandmate Mollie King was quick to send her congratulations: "So unbelievably happy for @FrankieTheSats & Wayne on this incredible day!

"I need to meet little Parker, I can't wait! I love him already."

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