Inside Frankie and Wayne Bridge's incredible home as she shows off kitchen transformation

LOOSE Women and former Saturdays star Frankie Bridge has given fans a peek inside the home she shares with husband Wayne.

The TV presenter and her former Chelsea footballer husband have recently treated followers to a look into their kitchen transformation.

Frankie, 32, took to her Instagram to share the family's latest home improvement, having had their kitchen gutted and re-fitted.

The singer – who is a mum to two boys, Parker and Carter – showed off the flawless green and white decor, and stunning wooden floors.

Installed in the huge room was a brilliant white kitchen island with a sink, which backed onto a bench seating area and large black table.

Meanwhile, the oven and stove had been encased in green cupboards, with a mirror behind to bounce light around and give an appearance of space.

On the wall, a plasma-screen TV and fireplace had been built in, surrounded by shelves of pictures of the family together.

The fridge, including a smaller one dedicated to wine, had been inbuilt between the cupboards for storing food in pantry-style drawers.

Frankie revealed how the room looked like before and during the transformation, seeing the all-white base improved with touches of colour.

The room had been finished off with a three-piece light fixture hanging from the ceiling as well as brand new dark wooden flooring.

The cooking isn't limited to inside, however, as Frankie and Wayne, 40, often spend time outside using their huge BBQ.

Earlier this year, the mum-of-two photographed her husband cooking dinner on the large green outdoor oven within their sprawling garden.

The outdoor space also includes a huge trampoline for the children to play on, football goals and plenty of grass.

It makes for the ideal entertaining space in the sunshine, too, as the family have installed a six-seater table and chairs outside as well.

Inside, a spacious hallway leads off in many directions, including to a living room with a large blue sofa, leather armchairs and a TV.

The room is kept airy and bright thanks to the large windows on one side, yet can be transformed into a cosy space with the traditional fireplace.

During lockdown, the family appeared to transform the space into a yoga studio, as Wayne was photographed with his youngest son Carter.

Upstairs, the hallway has a perfect selfie spot for Frankie, thanks to the addition of a lightbulb-lit mirror.

The grey carpet leads on into the master bedroom, which features a large bed with a blue velvet headboard and comfy white covers.

Frankie also appears to have her own wardrobe space, with her bags hanging neatly on hooks on the wall.

The star also has her own make-up table in the private dressing room, complete with another light-up mirror for a touch of glam.

Earlier this year, Frankie and Wayne were left in floods of tears as their two sons got ready for their first day at a new school.

The singer posted a proud snap of Parker, seven, and Carter, aged five, in their super-smart attire as they headed to fresh surroundings after the Easter break.

Both wore red blazers paired with grey shorts and matching jumpers, standing in the car park as they beamed for the camera.

Frankie opened up on her mum guilt for missing the pair's last day at their old school because she had been working, in a difficult week which saw her forget to re-order her anti depressants.

During an appearance on ITV's Loose Women she also told how Carter has repeated a school year – and may be forced to do so again – because of the coronavirus lockdown.

She told host Ruth Langsford, Denise Welch and Jane Moore: "I think it's a really hard one isn't it. Like you said, everyone is in a different situation.

"But for me personally, our youngest son Carter, he repeated reception this year. So for me for him to go back and do reception for a whole other year, it wouldn't make sense.

"I feel like where does that end? There's going to be a knock on effect of that further down the line."

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