Frankie and Wayne Bridge celebrate their fifth wedding anniversary with a luxury family spa weekend away with their two sons Parker, 5, and Carter, 3
They married at Woburn Abbey in Bedfordshire in July 2014.
And Frankie, 30, and Wayne Bridge, 38, celebrated their fifth wedding anniversary by enjoying a lavish family spa weekend at The Four Seasons Hotel in Hampshire on Friday.
The doting parents were joined by their two sons Parker, five and Carter, three, at the luxury countryside resort.
Celebrate: Frankie, 30, and Wayne Bridge, 38, celebrated their fifth wedding anniversary by enjoying a lavish family spa weekend at The Four Seasons Hotel in Hampshire on Friday
The foursome kicked back and relaxed in matching fluffy white dressing gowns as Frankie shared a series of adorable snaps from their sweet family celebration on Instagram.
The singer captioned the image: 'Happy 5 year wedding anniversary to us @waynebridge03.
'Our version of a weekend away has definitely changed over the 9 years we’ve been together! #family #love #anniversary.'
Frankie and Wayne looked the picture of happiness alongside their brood as they settled into their surroundings.
Sweet: The doting parents were joined by their two sons Parker, five and Carter, three, at the luxury countryside resort
Family: The foursome kicked back and relaxed in matching fluffy white dressing gowns as Frankie shared a series of adorable snaps from their sweet family celebration on Instagram
Their getaway comes after the happy couple enjoyed a break from parenting duties on Thursday night.
The pair enjoyed a high-end night out as they visited Sexy Fish restaurant in London's Mayfair.
Marking their special anniversary date night, Frankie uploaded a photo on her Instagram.
She typed alongside the offering: 'On a scale of 1 to 10... how obvious is it that I forced him to have this picture?! Mum and Dad are Out Out... #ootd #husband #wife.'
Date: Their getaway comes after the happy couple enjoyed a break from parenting duties on Thursday night
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The former Saturdays singer opted for a timeless look for her outing, pairing her Karen Millen tux trousers with an orange blazer from & Other Stories and Steve Madden heels. We love the addition of dainty jewels with a Monica Vinader bracelet and Missoma London necklace to complete the look.
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Frankie caught the eye in a tangerine coloured blazer paired with a white vest and black trousers.
Former footballer Wayne put on a suave display in stone chinos and a crisp white shirt.
Frankie began a relationship with footballer, Wayne Bridge back in 2011. They married in a private ceremony in 2014. The couple have two sons Parker and Carter.
In the past, the mother of two said having her children helped her deal with her depression.
Picture perfect: Wayne and Frankie married at Woburn Abbey in Bedfordshire in July 2014
Frankie previously admitted that her 2012 hospitalisation was a 'God-send' when battling depression as it allowed her time to 'check in' with her diagnosis.
The Saturdays singer, who was forced to take a hiatus from the band at the time, said that while she relishes using her voice to raise awareness now, she initially feared becoming the 'poster girl for depression'.
Explaining how she was 'born a worrier', Frankie said: 'I've always had anxiety and I think back when I was really suffering people didn’t know about anxiety and depression.
'I genuinely believe if that was me now maybe it wouldn’t have escalated into me hospitalised when I was.
'That was kind of a bit of God send for me going into hospital because it just gave me time to check out and check in with myself and to understand what mental health was.
'You can feel like it controls you and that’s what had happened to me. I felt I had control over it at one point and all of sudden I didn’t. For me, knowledge was the key to understand what’s happening to your body physically when you’re having a panic attack.'
Fame: Frankie previously admitted that her 2012 hospitalisation was a 'God-send' when battling depression as it allowed her time to 'check in' with her diagnosis (pictured with her The Saturdays bandmates in 2014)