The Saturdays' Frankie Sandford has officially changed her name across social media following her marriage to former footballer Wayne Bridge.
The 25-year-old popstar is now Frankie Bridge on Twitter and Instagram, although her handles have remained the same.
Frankie Sandford is now Frankie Bridge following her wedding
On Tuesday, the new Mrs Bridge shared a gorgeous snap on her Instagram account of the Seychelles, where the pair spent their honeymoon.
The shot showed Frankie sitting on a wall looking out at a stunning sunset. She captioned it: "Time to go home Mrs Bridge ❤️"
There was no time to relax for Frankie though who shared a second snap on Wednesday of the newlywed back to work.
Hinting at a new The Saturdays tour, Frankie's picture included a microphone and Frankie signing the cover of a new single. She captioned the picture: "Straight back to it! #newsingle #goingontour"
The pair married on 19 July in front of friends and family, and the bride's bandmates Una Foden, Rochelle Humes, Mollie King and Vanessa White.
Frankie, 25, and her groom, 33, exchanged vows at Woburn Abbey in Bedfordshire. The reception was held in a marquee that had been erected in the grounds of the picturesque country estate.
While Frankie has yet to release a wedding photo, there's no doubt the pixie-haired singer will have looked flawless on her big day.
Her bandmates certainly looked as gorgeous as ever, all brightening up the scene in different coloured outfits.
Frankie and Wayne's wedding comes after the singer announced that she was engaged to her retired footballer beau in April 2013. The couple of four-and-a-half years welcomed their first child in October later that year.