Frankie Bridge suffered nervousness about popping out of lockdown.
The 31-year-old Saturdays singer – who has sons Parker, six, and Carter, 4, with husband Wayne Bridge, 39 – was stunned that the Covid-19 pandemic did not make her extra anxious however admitted that her fears actually spiked when she thought of getting again to regular life.
She advised MailOnline: ”It wasn’t too unhealthy for me. It took away any of my anxieties. Not leaving the home or not stressing about any social anxieties or something like that.
”My nervousness was extra about popping out of lockdown. Change is tough. I’m somebody that suffers from nervousness and there can be individuals who will not endure from it normally that can in the mean time. You simply must be type to your self proper now.
”You simply have to simply accept the foundations which are being given. If you persist with these, I believe you are feeling protected and it’s a must to settle for that issues are put in place that can assist you really feel protected but in addition, be straightforward on your self.”
And whereas Frankie loved spending extra time with Wayne throughout lockdown, she admitted that the ”novelty wore off” ultimately.
She stated: ”We’re used to spending numerous time collectively. Wayne is retired. I’m residence greater than I was.
”When the novelty wore off, we had been like, ‘it is a lot of time at residence.’ But now, we have discovered our groove. You do not must spend all day on a regular basis collectively despite the fact that you are in the identical home.
”It’s really been very nice. I used to be so busy earlier than lockdown, I used to be dreaming for a time without work. It’s been good to decelerate and spend time collectively. We’ve actually loved it.
”It’s exhausting to type of stand up and have some extent to every day. To be pressured to decelerate like that, it takes some time to ease into it.”