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Frankie Bridge showcases her baby bump during Dubai holiday

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Frankie Bridge showed off her growing baby bump on Friday. The Saturdays singer, who is currently holidaying in Dubai, posted a picture on Instagram displaying her rounded tummy under a white floor-length dress. "I had a big lunch..." Frankie joked in the caption, adding an emoji of a baby's face.

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"I had a big lunch..."

On Wednesday Frankie showcased another of her stylish maternity outfits – tan heels, a black top and grey ripped jeans under a floral kimono-style jacket. "Flower power!" the vocalist fittingly wrote alongside the picture, which also gave her fans a glimpse of her exotic location. London-born Frankie is enjoying the warm climes of Dubai with her sister Victoria, who is nicknamed Tor. "Such a nice dinner last night, beautiful setting and amazing food," Tor captioned a photo of herself with her famous sister and a friend enjoying a lavish meal. "Huge thanks to the great company too, @francescabridge and I loved it @nezarella @omarqirem ? #sandfordsisters #sandfordstyle #restaurantwithaview."

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"Flower power!"

Frankie, who already has son Parker with her footballer husband Wayne Bridge, announced she was expecting her second baby in January, saying the couple "couldn't be happier" to be expanding their family. The 26-year-old maintained a low profile during the first months of her pregnancy, opting to stay out of the spotlight while she was suffering from Hyperemesis Gravidarum – the same form of extreme morning sickness that the Duchess of Cambridge has battled during her pregnancies. Once she was feeling better, however, Frankie was out and about again and made a stylish appearance at London Fashion Week on 20 February. In contrast to her latest photo, Frankie's baby bump was barely visible as she sported blue jeans, a white shirt a navy blazer, adding a pop of colour to her outfit with vibrant pink heels.

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