Frankie Bridge has showcased her effortless beauty as she kicked back in a bubble bath.
The mum-of-two, 31, reclined in the bath wearing a big smile, showing off her perfect pearly whites.
With one leg raised out of the bubbles and her raven locks worn loose, the former Saturdays singer looked the image of classy sophistication.
In a sponsored post, Frankie boasted that she was able to “unwind with alllllll the bubbles.”
The star needs relaxation time after being left worried sick during a hospital dash for son Parker.
Frankie and husband Wayne share Parker, seven and Carter, five.
And the dedicated mum told fans of her evening in A&E, though assured them that Parker was “absolutely fine.”
Parker suffers from a condition called croup that occurs in young children and babies affecting their windpipe, with the most common symptom being a barking cough.
When struggling for breath, doctors give patients struggling for breath a shot of adrenaline.
“Was in a&e last night with this little guy… with yet another croup attack…” Frankie told.
“Doesn’t matter how many times it happens… to see someone grasping for air is always terrifying.
“Breaks my heart. But he’s absolutely fine now… all just very sleepy…”
And Frankie recently opened up about medical struggles of her own, namely her diagnosis with polycystic ovary syndrome.
“I’ve just found out actually that I’ve got polycystic ovaries,” she told her followers.
“I had loads of blood tests done a few weeks ago because I was getting irregular periods, I was getting really bad PMT, I was getting really cyst-y spots and really bad skin.
“And I was finding it hard to lose weight, even though I was eating healthily. Loads of reasons, really – and I found out last week that that’s why.”
She added: “It goes on different scales, so I’m not on top of the scale, [I’m] quite near the bottom but it just kind of really explains everything.”
Frankie has always been open about past mental health struggles, and has become an advocate to help others suffering similarly.
If you’re struggling and need to talk, the Samaritans operates a free helpline open 24/7 on 116 123. Alternatively, you can email Jo@samaritans.org if you’d prefer to write down how you feel. You are not alone.