Frankie Bridge gets new look as birth of baby number two approaches

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Frankie Bridge has gone for a new look ahead of the birth of her second child. The Saturdays singer shared her new haircut and colour with her fans on Instagram while still in the hairdressers' chair.

"Needed a change!! Bit of summer colour!," she wrote alongside the salon snap showing her new glamorous hairstyle with highlights.

The 25-year-old appears to be enjoying her pregnancy to the full, despite suffering from severe morning sickness earlier on.

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She recently jetted off on holiday with her husband Wayne Bridge and their 15-month-old son Parker for a break in sunny Portugal – and the family enjoyed their time as a trio before the arrival of baby number two.

"Just the three of us," Frankie captioned a snap showing playful Parker grinning for the camera while wearing just his nappy and a pair of sunglasses.

Another photograph showed the singer’s burgeoning baby bump, as she sits in a white bikini and long waistcoat, smiling tenderly at her son.

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Frankie and Wayne also got together for a shot of the handsome couple. Found myself a sailor, Frankie captioned the shot, which showed her looking lovely in a floor-length black dress and yellow blazer, and her husband in a white and blue striped T-shirt and dark casual trousers.

Family time is clearly the flavour of the moment, as the Bridges made sure they enjoyed Father’s Day earlier this month.

"Happy Fathers Day bridgey1980 this little man couldn't ask for anyone better and he thinks your awesome!!!!," wrote Frankie with a picture of father and son dressed in matching T-shirts.

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While she's glowing now, Frankie recently admitted that she hasn't had an easy pregnancy. The singer had suffered with severe morning sickness which forced her to pull out of her stint in the Strictly Come Dancing tour.

"I'm feeling so much better but it hasn't been an easy pregnancy," Frankie told The Mirror. "The condition kicked in at around six weeks and I was so ill they wanted to admit me to hospital. The only reason I didn't go is I couldn't bear the thought of the car journey."