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Frankie Bridge is looking forward to having her family over for Christmas after being forced to have a smaller celebration last year.
Due to Covid-19 restrictions last December, two households weren't allowed to mix on Christmas Day. To make up for lost time this year, the Loose Women presenter is having her family over to celebrate Christmas with her, her husband Wayne Bridge and their two sons.
"I've got all of my family coming round, it will be hectic, just how I like it," she told OK! magazine. "Last year it was just us four so it's going to be nice to have all the family back together. My mum is doing the cooking at my house."
Frankie has kept her family's Christmas traditions alive by doing them with her sons, Parker and Carter.
"We do the same things my family did growing up. We all decorate the tree together, we wake up to Christmas songs in the morning. Everything else revolves around eating," she shared.
The former Saturdays singer recently finished third on I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! and she admitted to the publication that the thought of it being Christmastime at home when she left the castle helped her through the series.
"Christmas is my favourite time of year! When I was in the castle I just kept reminding myself that when I got out it was going to be Christmas," she added.
Frankie was beaten by Coronation Street's Simon Gregson and Emmerdale's Danny Miller, who was crowned king of the castle.