Frankie Bridge looks up to Meghan Markle for her ‘screw everyone else’ attitude
I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here's Frankie Bridge once revealed that she admires Meghan Markle and looks up to her for her "screw everyone else" attitude.
Former The Saturdays Frankie is currently gearing up to head into the infamous Welsh castle tonight for the launch of the popular show.
An unearthed interview has now revealed that the Duchess is in fact one of Frankie's ultimate idols.
The new I'm A Celeb campmate previously sung the praises of royal Meghan Markle and spoke of a trait that she admires.
Speaking back in 2020, spoke about Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle, the former singer-turned-Loose-Women-panellist opened up to The Sun about her thoughts on the famous royal duo.
When asked in an interview with The Sun who she admired most, she replied: “Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
“They’re doing their thing, like: ‘Screw everyone else.’”
She's a massive fan of the pair, which is clear to see, as in February while sitting on the panel on Loose Women, she got into a clash with Jane Moore about their new baby.
Jane was shocked at how Meghan shared the announcement after asking for privacy, and Frankie wasn't impressed.
The Saturdays star said: “But she would have got pictured at some point.
“And then it would have been a bigger thing.”
She added: “They’re out there anyway.
“So sometimes people do put something out to get ahead of it because she’ll be hounded everywhere.”
This comes as the Loose Women star has been dubbed as the bookie's favourite to be crowned Queen of the Castle in this year's series of I'm A Celeb.
Last week, Frankie's Instagram page posted a video that showed the star preparing herself for the forthcoming Bushtucker trials.
She took part in a brutal taste test with her kids, when she was left heaving after devouring (and spitting out) a mystery condiment.
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