Frankie Bridge feared husband happier without her during depression – Metro.co.uk


Posted: February 15, 2020 at 2:48 am

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The Saturdays Frankie Bridge has spoken out on her mental health battle, which made the singer believe her husband would be happier without her.

To promote her new book Open: Why Asking for Help Can Save Your Life, the 31-year-old appeared on Loose Women alongside her man, Wayne.

Here the duo got candid about their marriage and how the What About Us hitmakers depression affected their relationship.

I didnt really know about [Frankies depression] at the beginning, the famous footballer confessed: It was one particular day.

His wife interrupted: There was quite a build-up, but you bought me the wrong yoghurt and it tipped me over the edge.

I know she was in a band and at times she found it hard, the sportsman added. But it was just one day I was like, you need help, so we called a GP.

The panelists pushed the couple on whether or not Frankie feared for her husband when he was helping her get through a difficult time.

She confessed: For Wayne, I often feel, I love him, of course, hes my husband, but I think his life would have been easier and a lot nicer if he met someone that didnt have mental health problems.

It was a massive learning curve for you, you lost a lot of weight around that time.

Stressing his worry, the 39-year-old admitted: I wanted to help, but I never had the answers, she had to sort it out on her own which was hard because you feel youre not wanted.

He went onto say how he saw Frankies psychiatrist, which helped him navigate his own life during the dark period.

We have been together 10 years now, the pop star said: And Id say really only the last few years weve got good at talking to each other.

The mother-of-two recently spoke to Metro about her mental health, where she told them: I was probably at rock bottom for a while but that was the moment which pushed me over the edge.

Wayne was like, This cant carry on, you need help, and he took the reins for me for a bit. I was lucky to have him to do that because I dont know what I would have done.

Loose Women continues weekdays at 12.30 on ITV.

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