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Pregnant Frankie Sandford performs with The Saturdays at Summertime Ball as Rochelle prepares to return

10 JUNE 2013

Frankie Sandford might be pregnant with her first child, but it's business as usual for the singer. The Saturdays star and her bandmates entertained an 80,000-strong crowd at Capital FM's Summertime Ball on Sunday.

Frankie chose a conservative stage ensemble to accommodate her growing baby bump. While Una Healy, Mollie King and Vanessa White opted for basque-style tops, the singer 24, wore a billowing vest top and comfortable black trousers, adding glamour with sky high heels and styling her new long hair in tumbling curls.

 

Frankie Sandford

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The Saturdays were a member down at the star-studded concert at Wembley Stadium with new mum Rochelle Humes still on maternity leave following the arrival of her daughter Alaia-Mai with husband Marvin Humes.

The handsome JLS star admitted his wife was feeling a little left out, but said she would be returning to work soon. "It is weird," he told Entertainment Wise. "And she really wanted to come, but she's still recovering and she's doing great but she'll be back to work soon."

It won't be long until Frankie joins Rochelle and Una as a Saturdays mum. The pretty popstar, who is engaged to footballer Wayne Bridge, announced her pregnancy last month and is already getting excited about the new arrival.

 

Frankie Sandford



Last week she revealed she has already started buying bits and pieces for her little one, writing on Twitter, "Just made my first baby purchases! I can no longer contain myself. I must shop!"

The Saturdays joined a number of big names at the Summertime Ball, including Justin Timberlake, Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran, Robbie Williams, Jesse J and The Wanted.

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