Frankie Bridge, née Sandford, was born in 1989 and grew up attending dance classes. She soon found herself at the famous BRIT school, and by 2001 was a member of the 8-piece band S Club Juniors, a spin-off from popular pop band S Club 7
The band released two albums, and later become cast members on teen show I Dream
before splitting in 2008.
It wasn't all over for Frankie and bandmate Rochelle though; in 2007 the two joined a new band, The Saturdays. They released their debut single in the summer of 2008, and have gone on to record 13 hit singles and four albums.
To introduce the band to America, the girls starred in their own documentary series, Chasing The Saturdays.
In recent years, Frankie has been offered the role of being a judge on both ITV's The X Factor
and BBC's The Voice
, but has turned both down. In 2014, she finally took to the small screen as a contestant on BBC's Strictly Come Dancing.
Partnered wih Kevin Clifton, Frankie gained the first ten-point score of the series
and made it to the final, before being beaten to the trophy by Caroline Flack.
Frankie dated McFly guitarist Dougie Poynter for many years before the pair split in 2010. Later that year Frankie met footballer Wayne Bridge, and they married in a private ceremony in 2014. The pair welcomed their son Parker in October 2013, and in Janaury 2015 revealed to her fans that the couple were expecting baby number two.