Frankie Bridge says she had to rush her son to A&E

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Frankie Bridge, 32, has shared she is not a “confrontational person” however when she gets frustrated, her nostrils tend to give her away, as they begin to “flare”. The Loose Women star explained how appearing on the panel show has helped curb her anger and taught her to listen to “others’ opinions”.

As ever, viewers will likely watch on as contestants go through ups and downs while competing in often terrifying challenges.

And with tempers usually running high in the castle due to hunger, Frankie has shared a tell-tale sign that will signify when she’s getting frustrated – so viewers at home will be well aware.

The Loose Women panellist told The Sun: “Confrontation-wise, I’m not confrontational at all, I hate it. I think Loose Women will have helped in that I enjoy listening to other people’s opinions – whether I agree with them or not.

“I think it will help in that I’m used to some stronger opinions and stronger personalities than mine in camp.

“There’s one thing being on an hour’s show with women you know and love and have known for ages, to being in a situation where everyone is tired, homesick and hungry. It’s so hard to know what your patience is going to be like.

“Everyone says I flare my nostrils [when I’m angry] and they keep saying ‘I can’t wait to see your nostrils flare on ITV’.”

Pop star Frankie also admitted that it had been hard to keep her I’m A Celeb stint a secret from her fellow Loose Women pals.

“It came up on the show but I just said I get rumoured every year, which is true so it was quite easy for me to get out of it. I think they guessed. It’s hard to keep a secret from your friends,” she said.

“I think they’ll enjoy watching it,” the mum-of-two added.

Richard Madeley and Frankie took on the first trial, Turrets of Terror, after receiving the most votes.

The aptly-named challenge is a huge three-level structure positioned in front of the majestic Gwrych Castle in North Wales.

“I’ve always wanted to do the show. It was the right time, right place this year,” Frankie told and other gathered press.

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“I think the boys are that bit older, where they can watch it and understand a little bit more,’ she said, talking about her sons Parker and Carter.

“The fact that it’s in Wales, just as a parent, it just feels so much nicer knowing that I’m a car drive away rather than on the other side of the world if there was any need for me to get home,” she said. 

“That has played a massive role in it for me,” she said about taking part in Wales. “Unfortunately, I don’t get the heat. I’ve got no signal in my house so I’m currently sat outside. And I’m like, ‘God, it’s gonna be so cold’.”

Frankie is married to Wayne Bridge, who took part in the series back in 2016.

“He’s wanted me to do it ever since he did it. So we’re quite competitive with each other. So I just want to make sure I get to the Cyclones because he never got [there],” Frankie said.

“If I ended up doing an eating trial, I’m absolutely terrified,’ she said. “At this moment in time, I don’t know how I’m going to actually manage it.”

Former The Saturdays member Frankie is favourite to win after already going straight to the top of the bookies’ odds as speculation heightens over this year’s I’m A Celeb.

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