Frankie Bridge Reacts To Wayne’s Awkward I’m A Celebrity Conversation

After Wayne opened up about his and his wife's sex life, Frankie took to Twitter...

Frankie Bridge was left pretty red-faced after watching I’m A Celebrity at the weekend.

The 27-year-old’s husband Wayne is in the jungle – and he revealed some very personal information during a chat with his camp mates.

See: Frankie Bridge Opens Up About Her Husband Wayne’s Emotional Time In The Jungle

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Wayne Bridge seemed pretty confused by the results of the survey

The conversation began following a Dingo Dollar challenge, which saw the celebs guess which percentage of couples said they had better sex after having children.

Wayne, 36, was shocked when it was revealed that the majority had said their intimate lives had improved post-kids, exclaiming: ‘I think they’re having us on! How can it be better?

‘It’s either the same or less. I’m not having it at all. Why would it get better?’

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Wayne Bridge continued his rant in front of the camera

In a rant to the camera, he continued: ‘I think it’s always been up there with me and Frank. You’re together for years so you obviously try everything out before you’ve had babies, surely.’

But he then seemed to remember that he was on national TV, adding: ‘I can’t believe I’m even having this conversation because her mum and dad are going to be watching.’

See: Has Frankie Bridge Sent A Cryptic Message About Wayne On I’m A Celebrity?

Eep. Frankie – who has sons Parker and Carter with Wayne – was clearly mortified, Tweeting: ‘Ohhhhhhh @WayneBridge just stop talking…. I’m begging you!!!! 🙊🙊😂😂😂 #ImACeleb #teamwayne #sorrymum&dad.’

But The Saturdays singer was quick to forgive him, later revealing that she was heading to Australia to support him.

And Wayne was actually praised for the way he handled an awkward conversation with his fellow contestants yesterday.

When asked about footballers he doesn’t like, he simply shrugged and said: ‘You don’t get on with everybody.’

Avoiding that John Terry conversation, he continued: ‘Footballers aren’t all d****. There are a couple of people I might not have liked but you don’t get on with everyone.’

Good on you, Wayne.