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Frankie Bridge puts on a busty display in a black form-fitting dress for the Who Cares Wins Awards

Frankie Bridge puts on a busty display in a black form-fitting dress for the Who Cares Wins Awards

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Frankie Bridge puts on a busty display in a black form-fitting midi dress at the Who Cares Wins Awards


Frankie Bridge looked incredible as she donned a black form-fitting midi dress for the Who Cares Wins Awards at The Roundhouse in Camden, London, on Tuesday.

The former Saturdays singer, 32, put on a busty display in the figure-hugging frock – which boasted organza puff-sleeves, bustier-style detailing and lace fabric.

The Loose Women panellist looked sizzling as she posed at the event – which celebrates people who have looked after the nation, especially in these trying times.

The mother-of-two stepped out for the event in a pair of strappy gladiator heels, accessorising solely with a multitude of rings on her fingers.

The brunette beauty styled bob in gentle waves, allowing her curtain bangs to frame her gorgeous visage.

She chose a subtle, yet glamorous makeup palette, including gold eyeshadow and matte pink lipstick.

Beautiful: She chose a subtle, yet glamorous makeup palette, including gold eyeshadow and matte pink lipstick

Sizzling: The Loose Women panellist looked sizzling as she posed at the event - which celebrates people who have looked after the nation, especially in these trying times

Busty display: The former Saturdays singer put on a busty display in the figure-hugging frock

The categories at the awards show include: 999 Hero, Best Charity, Best Doctor, Best Midwife, Best Nurse, Ground breaking Pioneer, Mental Health Hero, National Lottery Award, Ultimate lifesaver, Unsung Hero and Young Hero.

The National Lottery and NHS Charities Together have teamed up to sponsor the event in Camden.

This year, the awards are honouring the late Caroline Flack by naming an award in her honour.

Although the award is taking place on Tuesday night, it will be shown on Channel 4 on Sunday at 7.30pm – with Davina McCall hosting the show.

Dressed to impress: The mother-of-two stepped out for the event in a pair of strappy gladiator heels, accessorising solely with a multitude of rings on her fingers

Frankie’s outing comes after she recently admitted that her husband Wayne Bridge cried for almost a month after they tied the knot in July 2014, causing her to worry whether her partner, 41, was having ‘doubts’.

Appearing on Loose Women, the star revealed his emotional behaviour was apparently contagious as her other family members began calling her in floods of tears following the big day.

Speaking to her fellow panellists, Frankie recalled: ‘On our honeymoon he was just really emotional.

‘I wasn’t really [emotional], I had that moment but I was like “OK, I’ve made my decision I’m fine with it,” but he kept crying for about a month afterwards.

Stunning: The brunette beauty styled bob in gentle waves, allowing her curtain bangs to frame her gorgeous visage

Showtime! Although the award is taking place on Tuesday night, it will be shown on Channel 4 on Sunday at 7.30pm - with Davina McCall hosting the show

‘Wayne would cry, my mother-in-law would ring me crying – she’d heard our wedding song, my sister would ring me crying and I was like, “Why is everyone so emotional? We’ve got married this is a great thing!”

‘And then I started to panic that maybe Wayne was thinking “What have I done! I’ve married her, that’s it I’m her husband.”‘

The mother-of-two didn’t specify why Wayne was crying, but it is assumed he was emotional because he was happy and moved regarding the monumental ceremony. 

Oh no: Frankie's outing comes after she recently admitted that her husband Wayne Bridge cried for almost a month after they tied the knot in July 2014 (pictured in August this year)

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Source: BBC 

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