Frankie Bridge has proudly shared her latest tattoo which is inspired by her two sons.

The mother of seven-year-old Parker and six-year-old Carter has shown off her new tattoo to her 1.3 million social media followers.

The tattoo reads "more than the world" in 'delicate scripture' and is located on the side of the singers rib cage.

While holding her shirt up and showing her fresh red manicure, she said: "So this just happened!!! I love it so much [lovestruck emoji] I’ve been wanting to get a tattoo for the boys for a really long time … but didn’t really know what I wanted it to be…

"We tell each other, ‘I love you more than the world’ every day… so when I came across @conzthomastattoo delicate scripture I knew instantly what I wanted and he’s nailed it … '#tattoo #love."

This is not the first tattoo the singer has got.

She also has a "sunshine n showers" tattoo written across the back of her neck.

Frankie revealed this was a nickname originally from her late grandmother.

The former Saturdays singer Frankie shares her two sons with former footballer Wayne Bridge.

The pair got married back in 2014 at a private ceremony.

Wayne also has multiple tattoos, two of which are his children illustrated across his torso.

The 38-year-old has a smiling son Parker with a dove fluttering above his head on the left side of his chest and his other son Carter on the other side.

The ex-footballer also has two full-arm sleeves of tattoos that represent moments in his life.

Wayne also has another son Jaydon who is 14, with his ex-French model Vanessa Perroncel.

Currently, the singer and former footballer are sharing a home with Wayne's parents, Wendy and Mick.

Speaking to The Sun about living with her in-laws, Frankie explained: "Everyone is obsessed with them living with us, but I don’t know any different.

"They’ve not always lived with us, but they’ve always been around."

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