Frankie Bridge is feeling ''good'' but ''obviously tired'', 10 days after giving birth to her second son, Carter.
Frankie Bridge is feeling ''good'' after welcoming her second son into the world.
The Saturdays singer and husband Wayne Bridge - who already have 22-month-old son Parker together - are ''tired'' because little Carter, who was born on August 15, isn't sleeping very well but they are happy to be at home as a family of four.
Frankie said: ''I was in hospital for two days after the birth, so it was really nice to get back home and feel settled again.
''I'm feeling good but obviously tired. Carter is only a few days old but he already seems to be a very hungry baby.
''He's up almost every hour through the night, but luckily Wayne is helping so it's all good.''
Though Parker hasn't said very much about his new brother, Frankie can already tell he is very ''excited'' about his new playmate.
Writing in her column for Britain's OK! magazine, she said: ''Parker didn't really react to Carter at first, and I don't think he really knows what's going on yet, but he's started sitting next to him and stroking his head.
''He also loves giving him his teddies. It's lovely to see and he definitely seems excited to be a big brother.''
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