Posted: 19:00 GMT, 16 January 2021 | Updated: 19:50 GMT, Jan. January 2021

She is the mother of two sons – Parker, seven and Carter, five – whom she shares with her footballer husband Wayne

And Frankie Bridge has opened up to also being the stepmother of Wayne’s eldest child Jaydon, 14, whom he shares with Vanessa Perroncel

The former Saturday star, 32, hosted a Q&A session, true or fake, on her Instagram Saturday talking about her role in Jaydon’s life

Stepmother: Frankie Bridge opened up as the stepmother of Wayne’s eldest child Jaydon (14), whom he shares with Vanessa Perroncel

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She admitted that she was trying to keep Jaydon’s life “private” because the teenager and his mother, Vanessa, are not “in the same business” as she and Wayne

Frankie went on to admit that she never saw herself as a “stepparent” but instead said that she is just a “bonus family” for the former soccer player’s son

When asked if she was a stepmother, she stated, “True, I am, in fact, I don’t talk about it much as he and his mother are not in the same business as us

‘So I keep this part of our lives private, I never really chose to be called stepparents either. He has his parents I’m just a bonus family! Ha ‘

Family: The former Saturday star, 32, hosted a real or fake Q&A session on Instagram on Saturday in which she admitted she never saw herself as a “stepparent”

The mother of two also admitted that she didn’t feel “finished” with having children, but said that her mind about having another child changes daily

She raved about how her boys are “great” but admitted that she struggled with being pregnant, which means having another baby would be a “big decision” for her

But she hinted at her thoughts of having a third child when she revealed that she is still “young” and feels uncomfortable with children

Frankie teased, ‘Right I don’t feel finished I’m still young It’s a really big decision 3 changes a lot of things

‘I’m not good at being pregnant either. That alone is a big decision for me. The boys are great

Motherhood: Frankie is also the mother of two sons – Parker, seven, and Carter, five – whom she shares with her footballer husband Wayne (pictured on her birthday earlier this week)

Another baby? The mother of two also admitted she wasn’t “finished” with having children, but said her opinion about having another child changes daily

‘So it also depends on which day you ask me if they are great or if they are a pain in the butt! ‘

During the open Q&A, she also responded to a fan who asked her if it was true that Wayne’s parents lived with them

The singer announced that her in-laws, Wendy and Mick, lived with herself and Wayne, 40, for a number of years

She said she understood that it is “not for everyone” but it means they don’t have to use “outside childcare” as Wayne’s parents are there to help

Frankie also admitted that she is very “relaxed” and is happy to have her family living next to Wayne’s parents

Roommate: During the Q&A, the singer also announced that her in-laws, Wendy and Mick, had lived together with herself and Wayne, 40, for several years

She wrote, ‘This has come up a lot. Do they’ve been doing it for a couple of years now. It’s not for everyone

Your open Q&A session will take place after Frankie turned 32 on Wednesday Celebrated his birthday in the middle of the third national Covid-19 ban

She shared a snippet of her special day when she and her two sons Parker and Carter blow out the candles on their birthday cake

The delicious cake was bright red and topped with an array of sweet treats, including macarons The golden sign read “Mummy”

Childcare: She said she understood that life with the in-laws is “not for everyone” but it means they don’t need to use “outside childcare” as Wayne’s parents are there to help / p>

Former S Club 8 bandmate celebrated her birthday at home with her husband and two children under strict coronavirus safety regulations across the UK

In a caption next to the snapshot, she thanked her friends for all the “birthday love” and said she felt “more popular” because of all the good wishes she had received this year

Frankie also admitted that her birthday was “the same as every other” day – with the exception of eating “cake for breakfast, lunch and dinner”

‘It was a day everyone else was locked out but having cake for breakfast, lunch and dinner is nothing to complain about!

Pregnancy: Frankie previously admitted that fear of weight gain like she did while expecting her two sons (above) begs her question of whether or not to have a third child

‘I felt a little more popular this year and I can only attribute this to more people on social media and not too busy to forget

Earlier this week, Frankie also spoke openly about mental health, saying that she and her husband Wayne have only been better at speaking openly over the past few years

She said the only time they both checked out what they need from each other is if they’ve been feeling a little down or garbage lately

She previously revealed that since she was 15 years old, she Year of life has to struggle with depression

Candid: Frankie also spoke openly about mental health earlier this week, saying that she and her husband Wayne have only been better able to speak openly in recent years

And now she explained that the former soccer player, 40, had to learn how to deal with mental health “early” in their relationship and is now “amazing” about it

When videolinking Lorraine on Tuesday from her Surrey home about Lorraine, she continued, “He [Wayne] had to learn about mental health and how to deal with it very early in our relationship

‘We’ve been together for ten years now and only in the last few years have we both talked better about our sanity, which is what we both need from each other at this point when we’re feeling a little bit down or a little bit junk’

Frankie also said she believes more couples have been speaking openly about mental health recently as the number of people struggling with the Covid-19 pandemic has doubled

As she reflected on her own relationship, she said that she was very “happy” that Wayne would take care of her children if she had mental health problems

Mental health: On the subject of Lorraine, the former S Club 8 star said the only time they had a comment on what they need from each other is if they’ve been feeling a little downed lately

She stated, “I think most couples have had to go through this recently. The number of people struggling with mental health has doubled since the pandemic

‘I think if people have never suffered before, they probably have it at some point. We are all trying to control this together

‘Wayne was great and luckily he’s great with the kids When I have these dips, he can do it ‘

And the former Strictly Come Dancing contestant announced it was a “really difficult time” as she homeschooled her sons during the third Covid-19 lockdown

She openly admitted that her mood was unpredictable during the pandemic, saying that some days she was “really in trouble” while on other days she was energized

Smitten: When Frankie was thinking about their relationship, she said that she was very “happy” that Wayne will take care of her children if she has mental health problems

Frankie said to the host of the chat show, Lorraine Kelly, “I can’t tell you what mood I’m going to be in right now

‘It’s hard to rely on others to tell you what to or can’t do, so I have to focus on teaching the boys at home

‘We keep on fighting, but some days I wake up full of beans and ready to get up and go’

Frankie is also participating in Get Moving for Mental Health, a 30-day challenge of getting moving every day to raise money for Mind’s mental health charity

Lockdown: Former Strictly Come Dancing contestant announced it was a “really tough time” as she homeschooled her sons during the third Covid-19 lockdown

She announced that she decided to take part in the fundraiser after realizing how much exercise can be good for her mental health

The singer continued, “You are signing up for a 30-day challenge to move and raise money every day for Mind I do it I do a real mix of movement

‘I really found my groove on the first lockdown I realized the effects on my sanity, now we need it more than ever It’s so hard to get that motivation to move I do all kinds of workouts’

Frankie previously revealed her battle with an eating disorder at the height of her fame on The Saturdays

The singer told the podcast that seeing what she ate in the band was a form of control and that the fear of gaining weight like she did while awaiting her sons raises her question, whether she should have a third child or not

Brave: Frankie Bridge previously spoke to The Saturdays (pictured in July 2011) about her battle with an eating disorder at the height of her fame

Frankie, who was in the band from 2007 to 2014, said, “I had an eating disorder 100% – I controlled what I ate, I didn’t eat much, I just kept running empty ‘

When she added that she had no appetite and was getting adrenaline, she said, “I knew my role in the band was more about image – who I was dating – what I wore more than my vocals I took that and took that and ran with it ‘

Frankie recently put Beyoncé, Jennifer Lopez, and Rebel Wilson at the top of Heat magazine’s annual Fit List to honor inspiring and body-positive women

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Girl band: The singer explained that seeing what she ate in the band was a form of control (The Saturdays pictured in March 2010)

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