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Frankie Bridge shares sweet photos of baby Carter

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Frankie Bridge has shared some of the first photos of her baby boy. The doting mum posted a close-up picture of son Carter on Instagram on Thursday, showing the five-week-old snoozing while resting his head in his hands.

"Life as a newborn is hard," Frankie captioned the image, which attracted over 24,000 likes from fans.

Earlier in the day the singer had a visit from her bandmate Mollie King, who spent time bonding with Carter and Frankie's 23-month-old son Parker. It appears spending time with her bandmates' babies could be making Mollie broody - the singer shared a photo of herself with the two boys, writing: "Can I join the family @francescabridge?? #AuntMolls #CanITakeThemHome #Practicing."

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Frankie Bridge shared a photo of her son Carter

Frankie reposted the image on her own profile, adding: "Look who came to visit!! Apparently they like her. Love my boys…"

The 26-year-old welcomed her second son with husband Wayne Bridge on 15 August, and later announced the happy news on Twitter.

"Our gorgeous baby boy Carter Bridge was born this morning. He is absolutely perfect – Parker is so excited to be a big brother!" Frankie tweeted.

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Frankie's bandmate Mollie King visited her on Thursday

The mum-of-two has since been enjoying some time out of the spotlight with her boys, and revealed she had been watching Strictly Come Dancing and reminiscing on her time on the show in 2014.

"Wish it was last year all over again!" she tweeted.

Frankie also revealed she is struggling to know what to wear to suit her post-pregnancy figure, telling fans: "Getting dressed when you're no longer pregnant but still not back to your usual self is hard work!"

However the What About Us singer has previously insisted she is in no rush to lose her baby weight, telling The Mirror: "It'll take time because my priority won't be my weight, it'll be the baby and my son and helping them bond. I think that's the healthy reality for the majority of women."