Frankie Bridge is ready for the heatwave in an incredible playsuit – and it's a high street steal

The ex-Saturday’s singer wears a great high-street find

Laura Sutcliffe

Frankie Bridge looked fabulous in her latest outfit, which had distinctively summery edge! Uploading a shot to her Instagram account, the mother-of-two wore a striking yellow playsuit which hugged her slim frame and made the most of her impressively toned, tanned legs. The fashion-forward playsuit retails at £60 from high street store River Island and is currently on sale now in all sizes. The playsuit is cut in tailored style which comes complete with lapels and gold button detail. The sleeveless design is a great ensemble to slip on with high heels like Frankie or simple flats for a dressed-down look. If yellow isn't your shade, you could try it in blush pink, black and grey. The singer decided to leave her jewellery at home – letting the jumpsuit do all the talking.


Frankie looked incredible in a yellow playsuit

The wife of footballer Wayne Bride captioned the shot: "Quick!!! The suns out!! Yesterday I actually went shopping instead of doing it online…and I fell in love with this! Perfect for a sunny event." The picture attracted almost 20,000 'likes' and a huge amount of comments from her loyal followers. One wrote: "Such a fab colour on you!"


Frankie's playsuit is £60 from River Island

 The mother-of-two loves high street fashion and sent fans wild in March when she wore a gorgeous baby pink, off-the-shoulder jumper from Miss Selfridge which set her back just £24.

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The pretty singer added a floral skirt into the mix – which is by Religion Clothing. Frankie, 29, wore her cropped boyish hair' do in a sleek style and her flawless makeup was expertly applied by celebrity makeup artist Malin Coleman.

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The shot was a behind-the-scenes picture for her newest venture – she has entered the word of writing! The Strictly Come Dancing star teamed with Cadburys to release her debut novel, a re-adaption of The Tale Of The Great Easter Bunny, which was first created by Cadbury 20 years ago.

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