Frankie Bridge says she's got to be 'creative' with sex as she reveals 'strange' sleeping habits with husband Wayne

FRANKIE Bridge says she's got to be "creative" when it comes to sex with her husband Wayne because of their "strange" sleeping arrangements.

The 33-year-old opened up about their bedroom habits after Helen Flanagan said she hadn't shared a bed with her fiancé Scott Sinclair for SEVEN years.

"Our sleeping habits are slightly strange, I suppose", admitted Frankie.

She went on to reveal she shares her bed with her ex-footballer husband, their two sons Parker, eight, and six-year-old Carter and a dog.

It all started when Parker suffered from asthma and would have attacks in the night.

Frankie said: "We do generally share a bed. It started from a bout of paranoia from me because I always had this fear that I wouldn't hear him.


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"Then it just became a habit and the boys got used to it, we got used it.

"Then when we got a dog, he came in and Wayne just got further and further away."

Frankie continued: "The first thing people think about is sex – what do you do about it?'

"Well, be creative about it! It doesn't always have to happen in the same place.

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"You don't have to do it when you're going to bed and you're tired."

She went on to say they had now tried to get the kids back in their own beds for a better night's sleep.

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Frankie said: "The reason they're back in their own beds now is that they're massive and they sleep sideways and you don't get much sleep.

"Also, you're with them all day and as much as you love them, you do need that break where you can watch what you want to watch."

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