Frankie Bridge shares brilliant solo self-tan hack for when you can’t reach your back

Frankie Bridge has introduced what may quite possibly be the best self-tan hack when you're flying solo.

The former Saturdays singer shared her clever trick when she was topping up her fake tan earlier this week, and it appeared that her husband Wayne Bridge or even her two young sons Parker and Carter were not around to help out.

Taking to her Instagram Stories Frankie had the usual toolkit for a tanning session, the bottle and tanning mitt, but had added a long-handle exfoliating brush.

For fellow self-tan aficionados in self-isolation and familiar with the awkward spot on your body that never seems to be done as evenly as the rest of your body – then this hack could be for you.

In need of an extra hand Frankie, 31, whipped up the clever invention so that she could reach her back.

The picture shows the mum-of-two holding up a bright blue mitt over the end of an exfoliating brush tightly secured with a black hair tie.

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"When you've got to tan your back yourself," she wrote, along with a colourful illustration of the word 'create'.

Frankie has been keeping herself busy during the coronavirus lockdown and as well as topping up her fake tans she's been showing off her isolation style.

Being stuck at home hasn't stopped Frankie from dressing like a true fashionista, sharing off a series of stylish but comfy looking outfits.

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The TV personality, who has been making catchy TikTok videos with her husband Wayne, bravely opened up about how she is coping with her mental health during lockdown.

Opening up to OK! in light of recent events with coronavirus, Frankie – who has teamed up with M&S and the Calm app – admitted it’s been hard for her and husband Wayne Bridge to manage their anxious thoughts.

“We’ve both been anxious at different times and calm at different times,” she explains. “It’s that feeling of the unknown that makes me most anxious.”

The star, whose been married to Wayne since 2014. added that she’s stocked up on arts and crafts to keep sons Parker, six, and Carter, four, entertained.

However, she reveals this period of isolation could be tricky for relationships, saying: “It’s a nice excuse to spend some proper family time, but will be the ultimate test for us and all relationships. That or there will be a baby boom!”

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