I'm A Celeb 2021:Frankie Bridge left red-faced as her husband mentions her farting


I’m A Celeb 2021: ‘Blame it on the beans, hey babe?’ Frankie Bridge left red-faced as her husband Wayne mentions her farting in personal letter


Frankie Bridge was left red-faced when her husband Wayne shared some intimate details about her in a letter to the I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here camp on Monday. 

The former Saturday’s singer, 32, couldn’t help but laugh and blush as tears rolled down her cheeks when her husband told her he missed her – and her contstant flatulence.

The star’s footballer beau, 41, wrote in the hearfelt note: ‘It’s been so good watching you just being yourself. Farting, wafting… blame it on the beans, hey babe?’ 

'Blame it on the beans, hey babe?': Frankie Bridges was left red faced when her husband Wayne her farting in a letter to the I'm A Celebrity camp on Monday

‘Blame it on the beans, hey babe?’: Frankie Bridges was left red faced when her husband Wayne her farting in a letter to the I’m A Celebrity camp on Monday  

Frankie’s campmates were left in hysterics at her husband’s hilarious letter, which was read out loud by BBC presenter Louise Minchin. 

Before the comedy, Wayne was quick to clarify he hadn’t been voting for his wife in the gruelling challenges, writing: ‘First of all, I did not vote for you to do the karaoke trial.’ 

As Frankie broke down in tears at her first piece of contact from the outside world, the emotional letter continued: ‘You are strong and determined, more than you know, I couldn’t be prouder.’ 

The star’s sons Parker, 8, and Carter, 6, also penned a tear-jerking message, writing: ‘Mummy, you are the best mummy in the whole wide world. You are strong like daddy. Love you even more than the world.’   

Ha! The former Saturday's singer couldn't help but laugh and blush as tears rolled down her cheeks when her husband told her he missed her before he referenced the intimate issue

Ha! The former Saturday’s singer couldn’t help but laugh and blush as tears rolled down her cheeks when her husband told her he missed her before he referenced the intimate issue 

The emotional letter came as Wayne joked  he’s having a harder time looking after the children than Frankie is having on I’m A Celebrity. 

Speaking on Lorraine on Monday, the I’m A Celeb alum said: ‘I’m not sure if it’s easier in the castle or here. Do you know what, she’s done a calendar for me, she left notes for every day so I can’t forget anything. 

‘She did everything possible to make sure I didn’t mess up and you know I might have messed up a couple of times on a few small things but I’m getting by.  

‘We miss her loads and so happy to still see her in and hopefully she can get all the way to the final if possible but I wouldn’t mind her home at some stage. 

'You are the best mummy in the whole wide world. You are strong like daddy': The star's sons Parker, 8, and Carter, 6, (pictured) also penned a tear-jerking message

‘You are the best mummy in the whole wide world. You are strong like daddy’: The star’s sons Parker, 8, and Carter, 6, (pictured) also penned a tear-jerking message

Hard work! Wayne has joked he's having a harder time looking after the children than his wife Frankie is having on I'm A Celebrity

Hard work! Wayne has joked he’s having a harder time looking after the children than his wife Frankie is having on I’m A Celebrity

 When asked by Lorraine what he thought of how Frankie was doing, he said: ‘She’s doing really well. It is tough in there. She’s surprised me. 

‘She’s a lot stronger than she thinks. Especially with the drinking challenge, she surprised me there.’

Wayne maintained that he didn’t vote for her to do any of the eating of drinking challenges and said he found it a ‘tough watch’.

He said: ‘She was a bit emotional afterwards, and good on Naughty Boy for doing the last drink as well.’

Supportive: Wayne maintained that he didn't vote for her to do any of the eating of drinking challenges and said he found it a 'tough watch'

Supportive: Wayne maintained that he didn’t vote for her to do any of the eating of drinking challenges and said he found it a ‘tough watch’ 

And the former footballer thinks his wife has got what it takes to reach the final. 

‘She’s come across so well,’ he said. ‘One thing that she wanted to get across is that she’s happy and funny. 

‘People sometimes associate her with being down and miserable because she does a lot of work with mental health.’   

Entertaining: The footballer thinks his wife has got what it takes to reach the final. 'She's come across so well,' he said. 'One thing that she wanted to get across is that she's happy'

Entertaining: The footballer thinks his wife has got what it takes to reach the final. ‘She’s come across so well,’ he said. ‘One thing that she wanted to get across is that she’s happy’

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