She was rushed off her feet this morning, struggling to get ready in time for the awards ceremony.
But Frankie Bridge pulled it out of the bag to attend the TRIC Awards’ 50th anniversary alongside her husband Wayne on Tuesday, turning up at the London ceremony looking super glamorous.
The Saturdays singer, 30, commanded attention in a bright orange power suit as she arrived at Grosvenor House arm-in-arm with former footballer Wayne.
Date: Frankie Bridge looked incredible as she attended the TRIC Awards’ 50th anniversary at London’s Grosvenor House alongside her husband Wayne on Tuesday
The TRIC Awards celebrate the best in the Television, Radio and Industries Club, and this year is the event’s landmark half century.
Frankie was chic in a pair of eye-catching flares and matching jacket, teaming the neon suit with equally bright accessories.
The All Fired Up hitmaker carried a brown leather clutch and sported a burnt orange vest top underneath her look.
She added an extra fashionable flair to her look thanks to a pair of leopard print stilettos.
Tangerine dream: The Saturdays singer, 30, commanded attention in an orange power suit
Loved up: The Saturdays singer, 30, commanded attention in a bright orange power suit as she arrived arm-in-arm with former footballer Wayne
Frankie embraced a bronzed glow, highlighting her cheekbones with summery coral bronzer.
Wayne was looking dapper as ever for the occasion, complete with blue checked suit jacket.
Earlier in the day, Frankie revealed she was struggling to multitask as a mum, and had resorted to eating her breakfast in the bathtub.
‘Anyone else have their breakfast in the bath #timesaving’, she asked her followers.
Looking good: Frankie was chic in a pair of eye-catching flares and matching jacket, teaming the neon suit with equally bright accessories
Tanned: Frankie embraced a bronzed glow, highlighting her cheekbones with summery coral bronzer
Frankie recently spoke candidly about her mental health battle, saying she worried fans ‘didn’t think she could be depressed’ due to her fame.
Speaking exclusively to MailOnline the mother-of-two said she thinks views towards mental health have changed as people are more ‘clued up,’ after first speaking about her battle with depression in 2012.
The star told Glamour Magazine at the time she was battling with the illness after she was forced to take a hiatus from the Saturdays during which she was hospitalised for treatment.
She said: ‘I don’t really get people that have an adverse opinion to it, I remember back in the day when I did my first Glamour interview, people were saying stuff like what does she have to be depressed about?
Sploshing around: Anyone else have their breakfast in the bath #timesaving’, she asked her followers earlier in the day as she rushed to get ready for the event
Day out: Wayne and Frankie left their children Parker and Carter at home for the occasion
‘And I think that was just no one had as much knowledge back then whereas now everyone is more clued up on it.’
Frankie had taken to social media late last year to share a candid post about how she was struggling with her mental health in the period between Christmas and New Year, telling fans she was feeling ‘at a loss’ and ‘in denial’ about turning 30.
However the stunning singer revealed she is in a much better place now that 2019 is in full swing.
‘I’ve not ever experienced that before I thought it was really odd and I felt a bit rubbish about it,’ she said.
‘But actually when I put it out there on Instagram there were so many people who felt the same, everyone’s still not quite back to work, you feel a bit in limbo and I just found it a bit odd this year.’
Bouncing back: Frankie had taken to social media late last year to share a candid post about how she was struggling with her mental health in the period between Christmas and New Year