Frankie Bridge shares a first snap of baby Carter… and he is ADORABLE


Carter Bridge turns the ripe old age of one month today, and his mum is celebrating with some seriously beautiful family photos.

Saturdays singer Frankie Bridge features in the new issue of OK! magazine with her two sons – Carter and his big brother, one-year-old Parker.

Frankie and her husband, footballer Wayne Bridge, announced Carter's arrival on August 15th via Twitter, saying their new arrival was "absolutely perfect."

Despite already having one child at home, Frankie said in the end she was a bit unprepared for Carter's arrival, as he came along before his due date.

"I'd been so laid back about it all because I thought I knew exactly when he was coming – I hadn't even packed my hospital bag until a few days before," the Strictly Come Dancing finalist tells OK!

But after meeting her little man for the first time, everything else melted away. "Wayne and I both cried when we first saw him. My first thought was that he looked like a much smaller version of Parker when he was born, which made me feel quite emotional."

Having two under two at home no doubt makes for a chaotic household, but Frankie says she and Wayne are getting used to things… bit by bit.

"There was a moment on the first night back home when Carter’s crying woke him [Parker] up and we wondered how the hell we were going to make it work, but he seems to have got used to it now," the mum of two says.

It's been a busy 18 months for the singer and her husband, who tied the knot last July after four years together. The newlyweds kept their wedding details under wraps until almost three months later, when Frankie finally shared some snaps of the big day on social media.

We hope she doesn't wait that long to share more cute photos of Carter… we're already smitten!

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