Frankie Sandford has denied she went into labour earlier today (11.10.13), and says she has been flooded with calls and texts from concerned family and friends.
Frankie Sandford has denied going into labour earlier today (11.10.13).
The Saturdays star - who is due to give birth to her first child with soccer star Wayne Bridge imminently - was reportedly seen rushing to Chelsea and Westminster hospital in London this morning, but it appears the trip was simply a false alarm.
Frankie wrote on Twitter: ''Defo haven't had the baby. I'm on my way home. I wish the process was that quick!
''My poor friends and family. My phone went into melt down in the space of 5 minutes! Even had @RochelleTheSats on the phone to wayne haha (sic)''
The 'What About Us' singer's bandmate Rochelle Humes - who has a five-month-old daughter, Alaia Mai, with husband Marvin Humes - was among pals who rushed to check on Frankie's condition, however, she joked that her close pal ''laughed'' when she got her call.
Rochelle tweeted: ''Jesus! You lot panic me! @FrankieTheSats isn't in labour! Just spoke to her all is good! She laughed at me x (sic)''
The 24-year-old beauty is the third Saturdays star to get pregnant following Rochelle and Una Healy, who has a 17-month-old daughter Aoife Belle with husband Ben Foden.
Frankie has been on maternity leave from the band in recent weeks.
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