‘Note to self, do not walk around your own house butt naked!’ Frankie Bridge accidentally flashes her window cleaner
Frankie Bridge had an embarrassing start to her Thursday as she revealed on Instagram that her window cleaner had caught her getting out of the shower.
The Saturdays star took to her Stories in the morning to laugh about the gaffe with her 1.2m followers, warning them ‘do not walk around your house butt naked!’
She revealed she had forgotten to shut the blinds in her dressing room after walking there from her bathroom to get dressed.
‘Butt naked’: Frankie Bridge had an embarrassing start to her Thursday as she revealed on Instagram that her window cleaner had caught her getting out of the shower
‘Erm just got out the shower completely butt naked and the window cleaner is at my window in my dressing room,’ she whsipered to her camera, while appearing to still be naked.
‘He definitely saw me! My blinds aren’t shut. Should of thought about it really cos I heard the ladder hit the window while I was on the toilet and literally s**t myself. I mean perfect place to be for that to happen,’ Frankie continued.
She then revealed the cleaner had made a fast escape, laughing: ‘He’s he’s definitely seen me cos he’s done a swift exit from this window. So embarrassing.’
‘Note to self do not walk around own house butt naked, it gets you in all sorts of trouble, great start!’
Oops: The Saturdays star took to her Stories in the morning to laugh about the gaffe with her 1.2m followers, warning them ‘do not walk around your house butt naked!’
Later, after managing to throw some clothes on, Frankie pointed out: ‘I have no idea why I felt the need to whisper, it’s not like he could hear me.’
‘Also I stayed on the floor for a really long time. I’m up and dressed now so it’s safe to stand and move around and talk at a normal level.’
The Saturdays singer, 31, said that her and her husband Wayne, 40, had planned to come out of the four-week lockdown ‘lean and healthy’ but admitted that their plans have already ‘gone out the window’.
Scared him off: She then revealed the cleaner had made a fast escape, laughing: ‘He’s he’s definitely seen me cos he’s done a swift exit from this window. So embarrassing’
Speaking to Geordie Shore‘s Vicky Pattison on her podcast The Secret To…, Frankie expressed her annoyance at people stockpiling toilet roll for the second time this year.
Vicky, 33, jokingly asked whether people who suffered from coronavirus ‘got the s**ts’, in a bid to try and explain why people were still panic buying toilet roll.
But in response, Frankie revealed: ‘I had corona, right at the beginning. I did not get the s**ts let me tell you.’
Laughing it off: Later, after managing to throw some clothes on, Frankie pointed out: ‘I have no idea why I felt the need to whisper, it’s not like he could hear me’
She continued: ‘Yesterday I just burst out crying. I was like: It is all so rubbish, What the hell is going on – I can’t believe it!
‘I went shopping and everyone is aggy, everyone is buying too much of everything. Everyone is buying toilet roll again, did we learn nothing for the last time.’
The pop star went on to admit that she found the first lockdown ‘really difficult’, adding that she is trying to celebrate the ‘small wins’ during November’s stay at home plea.
But she jokingly admitted that she has already abandoned her healthy eating plan to enjoy snacking on mince pies ahead of Christmas.
Lockdown life: On Monday Frankie revealed that she had coronavirus ‘at the beginning’ of the pandemic as she admitted that she is struggling with England’s second lockdown
She continued: ‘Me and Wayne have already said we are going to eat really healthily for the next four weeks and we are going to come out really lean and healthy.
‘I’ve already bought mince pies – I’ve already had two. It is all going out the window already.’
She continued: ‘With my mental health – Wayne has had to learn not to take that personally. To not think he has done wrong. Or that he is not making me happy.
‘And I have learnt to say: I am not feeling it today or I need you to take the kids today, I can’t handle it. Or you have really pissed me off today.
‘You just have to learn to say it. It has taken us a long time to get to that point. We don’t always get it right but it has made a massive difference.
‘He has had to learn. I am not asking him to fix anything, I am just asking him to sit and listen.’
Family: The former S Club 8 band member opened up about her six year marriage with former footballer Wayne, who she shares two sons, Parker, seven, and Carter, five, with