LOOSE Women star Frankie Bridge gave fans a treat when she showed off a shorter new hairstyle.
The former Saturdays singer, 34, replaced her lengthy bob for a tied up hair do and sweeping fringe – reminiscent of her days in the pop group.
Frankie, who was one offive girl band members, shared her new hairdo with blonde highlights on Instagram and captioned the picture saying: "I did a thing…"
And unlike many celebrities, Frankie has never been one to shy away from giving fans a glimpse into her real life.
It wasn't that long ago the the mum of two and wife of footballer Wayne Bridge posted a make-up free video of herself as she attempted to clear out her messy dressing room at home.
With her hair freshly washed hair and perfectly groomed eyebrows, she captioned the post saying: "Had a shower, and then had an overwhelming need to do a clear out."
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She revealed how she had pulled out clothes and other items, including a hairdryer, old bags and make-up, as she began her spring clean.
But it wasn't just her clear out that she shared with fans, she was also candid about her mental health over the Christmas period and after.
Frankie has made no secret of the fact that she has struggled with depression and anxiety for many years, which became worse during her time in her pop group.
She wrote: "Those after therapy puffy eyes and a red runny nose… cos Christmas isn't all parties and presents.”
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Frankie, who is now a mental health advocate, has said in the past that while the group was enjoying the heady heights of fame, her self-confidence worsened.
She has recalled: " My looks got me things that I wanted but never believed I deserved to have. I felt my body was my only asset."
She added: "So I began to restrict my food intake, feeling worthy and excited if my bones were jutting out and believing that going to bed hungry was a huge accomplishment.”
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