Frankie Sandford is feeling nervous and ''excited'' about giving birth to her first child with fiance Wayne Bridge.
Frankie Sandford is feeling nervous and ''excited'' about giving birth.
The Saturdays singer is expecting her first child with fiance Wayne Bridge but admits she hadn't really thought about going into labour until she went to see bandmate Rochelle Humes shortly after she gave birth to her first daughter, six-week-old Alaia-Mai.
When asked if she's feeling nervous about giving birth, she replied: ''It did really hit me when I went in to see Rochelle after she was in labour and I was like, 'OK, there's actually a baby at the end of this. It's not just a labour. So it's exciting.''
While Frankie - who got engaged to soccer star Wayne in April - is looking forward to becoming a mum, she is surprised her pregnancy cravings have been limited to ''boring'' foods such as chocolate and raisins.
Speaking to BANG Showbiz at the Capital FM Summertime Ball at London's Wembley Stadium on Sunday (09.06.13), she added: ''I haven't really had any weird cravings, just chocolate, strawberries and raisins. It's been a bit boring really.''