Frankie Sandford has revealed that she is expecting a baby boy.
The Saturdays singer shared a photo on Twitter of some of the adorable purchases that she has made ahead of the birth of her 'little dude'.
The mum-to-be accompanied the picture of the three fun outfits with the caption, "Having so much fun getting my little dude's clothes together! A little boy to add to the @thesaturdays crew! Can't wait to meet the cheeky monkey."
Going by the snap, Frankie and her fiancé Wayne Bridge's little one is set to be a very stylish baby.
A cosy royal blue onesie with the word 'DUDE' written on it, pale yellow jeans and nautical striped t-shirt, red Converse booties and a Breton stripey babygrow were all pictured.
Frankie's confirmation came after bandmate Mollie King referred to the baby as 'him' before her DJ debut in East London at the weekend.
The little boy will be the third baby for girl band The Saturdays. Rochelle Humes became mummy to Alaia-Mai in May and HELLO! Online blogger Una Healy is the proud mum of one-year-old adorable Aoife Belle.
Frankie, 24, broke the news to fans via Twitter at the beginning of May. "Some big news from me today! Wayne and I are having a baby .
"We are both SO happy and can't wait for his or her arrival!".
The happy news came a month after Frankie and Wayne announced their engagement. The brunette teased fans on Twitter writing, "Guess what?!!!!" and linking to an image which showed Frankie jokingly gasping in shock, a diamond sparkler adorning her finger.
Brighton and Hove Albion footballer Wayne was also in the snap, seen kissing his lady on the cheek. The couple have been together since December 2010.
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Frankie is said to be devastated to have read hurtful comments about her pregnancy figure.
"Frankie is totally devastated by how she feels people are picking on her," a source close to the Saturdays singer told new! Magazine.
"She's already extremely emotional and hormonal. To feel that she is being judged all the time when she is just trying to do what's right for the baby is heartbreaking.
"She has been trying to put on a brave face in public, but behind the scenes she's been suffering very tearful and emotional breakdowns. She just bursts into tears when she sees these nasty comments."
Frankie, 23, admitted she is having a hard time adjusting to her changing shape. "I'm having to get used to my body changing," she said.
"If I wasn't on stage and being photographed all the time, I think I'd be more relaxed. There are a lot of things to get used to.
"You can look good from one angle and not another. I think black is definitely the way forward with my pregnancy."