Frankie Bridge feels a ''complete'' woman now that she has becoming a mother and got married.
Frankie Bridge feels ''complete'' since becoming a mother and getting married.
The Saturdays singer, 25 - who shot into the limelight in 2001 when she joined S Club 8 - believes she's become more of a ''woman'' since she gave birth to her son Parker last October and tied the knot with her soccer-playing beau Wayne Bridge, 34, last month.
She told The Sun newspaper's Fabulous magazine: ''My life is completely different to most people my age and I do feel older.
''I've worked since I was 12 and always wanted to [get married when I was] younger. It sounds cheesy, but I feel complete now. I feel more of a woman.''
The couple exchanged their vows on July 19 at Woburn Abbey in Bedfordshire, east England, but the brunette beauty decided against publishing their wedding photos in a magazine because she wanted it to be a special day shared with friends and family.
She explained: ''It wasn't even about secrecy, I just didn't want any part of it to feel like work. I wanted it to just be our day.''
The stunning star - who was formerly known as Frankie Sandford - admits the reception went extremely well and by the end of the party they'd even run out of booze, which she blames on her spouse.
She said: ''Wayne was probably the most drunk. We actually ran out of alcohol by the end of the night, so we did really well!''
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