The Saturdays singer Frankie Bridge has spoken out in support of her bandmate Una Healy’s solo career. The girlband took a hiatus in 2014 so that each member could explore different paths, and for Una that was releasing some of her own music.
The Tipperary native just released her first ever solo album, The Waiting Game, and has been touring the UK with groups Ward Thomas and Maddie and Tae, where she performed as their support act.
In an exclusive interview with VIP Magazine, Una’s close pal and bandmate Frankie said that she’s thrilled for her to be doing her own original music, because it’s what she’s always loved.
“Yeah she’s doing really well, she’s touring at the minute and she’s really enjoying it. I haven’t gotten to go along yet but I’ve heard some of her stuff and she’s doing really good.
“It’s really nice to see her doing what she kind of always had originally done. Being a singer/songwriter is her thing so I’m really excited for her,” she said.
Meanwhile, Frankie is currently enjoying her time off from music and is working as the first ever UK and Ireland ambassador for jewellery brand Thomas Sabo.