The girl group went on a break last year but are planning to get back together in 2016 because there is still such a demand for new music.
Speaking at the Attitude Awards in London, Frankie - who has sons Parker, two, and two-month-old Carter - told BANG Showbiz: ''I think next year you'll definitely see us all doing something, the lucky thing for us is that we are all still together, we are just taking a break, so we all will be back doing something. We're not putting an end to anything! If anyone still wants us we'll be there.
''They're all really good, I saw them all recently because they all came over to see the baby. I don't think any of them are getting broody, I think if anything it's put them off!
''It was so nice to see them all because we're not used to going long periods of time without seeing each other. But we still talk all the time anyway, you know what girls are like when they get together!
''I've also got some exciting things coming up in the year, you'll have to wait and see.''
The band - which also features Rochelle Humes, Mollie King, Vanessa White and Una Foden - released their fourth studio album 'Living for the Weekend ' in October 2013 but they have since been working on individual projects, with Mollie launching a solo career.
The blonde beauty recently signed a deal with Island Records and Frankie is thrilled for her because she knows it's something the 28-year-old singer has ''always'' wanted to do.
She commented: ''It's really exciting for her. She's really nervous as well as excited, but from the minute I met Mollie I knew that's what she was always going to want to do. I'm really proud of her and really pleased for her, I'm excited for her.''
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