Frankie Bridge called Wayne a 'd**k' after catching him at the pub when he lied about being at gym

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Frankie Bridge has revealed she furiously called her husband Wayne a ‘d**k’ for lying to her about being in the gym when he was, in fact, guzzling booze at the pub.

The singer, 33, confessed her footballer partner, 41, made the mistake of ordering a round on their joint account – which triggered a notification on Frankie’s phone – during Friday’s episode of Loose Women.

To make matters worse, he had ask her to pick up their sons Parker, eight, and Carter, six, so he could work on maintaining his ripped physique.

'That little...!' Frankie Bridge has revealed she furiously called her husband Wayne a'd**k' for lying to her about being in the gym when he was, in fact, guzzling booze at the pub

‘That little…!’ Frankie Bridge has revealed she furiously called her husband Wayne a ‘d**k’ for lying to her about being in the gym when he was, in fact, guzzling booze at the pub 

She hysterically told her fellow panellists: ‘It came up as The Plough pub. I was like, “That’s weird.” Clicked on it. I was like, “That little… he’s at the pub.”

‘So I texted him and I was like, “Er, babe, when you said gym, did you mean pub?”

‘And he was like, “Just popped into one, how do you know” and I was like, “Who with?”

‘Freddie is the trainer and then I was like, “I get notifications from our account,” and he thought it was hilarious and then I called him a word you can’t put on TV.”‘

Whoops! The singer, 33, admitted her footballer partner, 41, made the mistake of ordering a round on their joint account - which triggered a notification on Frankie's phone

Whoops! The singer, 33, admitted her footballer partner, 41, made the mistake of ordering a round on their joint account – which triggered a notification on Frankie’s phone

Elsewhere in the show, Dolly Parton admitted she’s realised that despite being a global superstar, she finds herself struggling to make friends.

The singer confessed: ‘Well I have [found it harder]. Well, my last record with my last singing partner was called You Can’t Make Old Friends.’

Her co-author of the new novel Run Rose Run chimed in: ‘I’m new to her but I’m old.’ She replied: ‘That’s why we’re friends, we’re old. We’re older, we’re not old.’ 

Having donated a very generous $1million dollars to the development of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine, the Jolene singer insisted she didn’t do it for accolades.

Recounting: She hysterically told her fellow panellists:'It came up as The Plough pub. I was like, "That's weird." Clicked on it. I was like, "That little... he's at the pub"'

Recounting: She hysterically told her fellow panellists: ‘It came up as The Plough pub. I was like, “That’s weird.” Clicked on it. I was like, “That little… he’s at the pub”‘

Animated:'So I texted him and I was like, "Er, babe, when you said gym, did you mean pub?"'

Animated: ‘So I texted him and I was like, “Er, babe, when you said gym, did you mean pub?”‘

She said: ‘When you get in a position to help people you should do that. You shouldn’t do it for accolades.’

It comes after Frankie admitted that she thinks about having more children ‘most days’ but is ‘terrified’ at the thought of being pregnant again.

Taking to her Instagram Stories, the former Saturdays star discussed the possibility of expanding their brood.

Asked: ‘Anymore bubbas planned?’ Frankie wrote: ‘Not at the moment. It’s something I think about most days. I don’t feel done.

Family: To make matters worse, he had ask her to pick up their sons Parker, eight, (left) and Carter, six, (right) so he could work on maintaining his ripped physique

Family: To make matters worse, he had ask her to pick up their sons Parker, eight, (left) and Carter, six, (right) so he could work on maintaining his ripped physique 

Hysterical: 'Freddie is the trainer and then I was like, "I get notifications from our account," and he thought it was hilarious and then I called him a word you can't put on TV"'

Hysterical: ‘Freddie is the trainer and then I was like, “I get notifications from our account,” and he thought it was hilarious and then I called him a word you can’t put on TV”‘

‘But also the thought of being pregnant. Starting again. Being outnumbered. Terrifies me.

‘I think if Wayne was desperate for another, I’d go for it. But he’s not. I like the idea of a big gang of kids when they’re older. But know this bit would be super hard.’

Frankie began a relationship with footballer Wayne back in 2011.

The couple married at Woburn Abbey in Bedfordshire in July 2014, nine months after welcoming their eldest child, Parker.

In the past, the mother of two said having her children helped her deal with her depression, after previously admitting that her 2012 hospitalisation was a ‘God-send’ as it allowed her time to ‘check in’ with her diagnosis.

Candid: Elsewhere in the show, Dolly Parton admitted she's realised that despite being a global superstar, she finds herself struggling to make friends

Candid: Elsewhere in the show, Dolly Parton admitted she’s realised that despite being a global superstar, she finds herself struggling to make friends

The Saturdays singer, who was forced to take a hiatus from the band at the time, said that while she relishes using her voice to raise awareness now, she initially feared becoming the ‘poster girl for depression’.

Back in October, Frankie recalled the moment she ‘just lost it’ with a fellow plane passenger after being asked to ‘control her child.’

The singer admitted she was ‘triggered’ by the woman’s comment, telling her Loose Women panellists: ‘I argued with this woman.

‘I think at one point I told her that she should go and get her own private jet if she can’t handle being with the general public.’

Elaborating her point, doting mum Frankie added: ‘With someone who you can tell are making the effort to stop their child from doing that, then what can you say?

‘If they’re just sitting on their phone ignoring them and you’re trying to have a nice meal or whatever, then I completely understand.’

‘But the word ”control”… I had someone on a flight come up to me once and say, ”You need to control your naughty child” – it’s quite triggering for me!’

Pals: Her co-author of the new novel Run Rose Run chimed in:'I'm new to her but I'm old.' She replied:'That's why we're friends, we're old. We're older, we're not old'

Pals: Her co-author of the new novel Run Rose Run chimed in: ‘I’m new to her but I’m old.’ She replied: ‘That’s why we’re friends, we’re old. We’re older, we’re not old’

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