Frankie Bridge shares cute snaps during the drive-in safari from the first family day since its closure
‘Things felt semi-normal’: Frankie Bridge shares sweet family snaps at safari park as they enjoy their first real day out since the closure started
She has concluded at home with her family at their home in Surrey.
And Frankie Bridge said things seemed ‘semi-normal’ again on a family outing at Woburn safari park in Bedfordshire on Tuesday.
The former singer on Saturday, 31, took to her Instagram to share some images of husband Wayne Bridge, 39, and their two children, Parker, six, and Carter, four.
‘Things felt semi-normal’: Frankie Bridge shared some sweet family snaps at the Woburn safari park on Instagram on Tuesday – on their first big day since closing
Cute: The ex-singer on Saturday, 31, wrote about her experience with two children, Parker, six, and Carter, four, saying, “What for the next billion weeks?”
All four had crawled into the car for a healthy day out looking at animals.
Frankie uploaded the charming photo to her 1.1 million followers next to the caption: “Today was the first day since our new friend Corona that we all left the house to go out and actually do something!
“I even wore hard pants (jeans) for the occasion … it felt half normal.
Picnic Time: Frankie then posted an adorable photo of the guys eating ‘lunch in the trunk’ showing that they were sandwiches sitting in the back of the car
“Except my constant” don’t touch anything! What now for the next billion weeks ?! ‘
Frankie then took to her Instagram story to describe what the family did on their journey.
She filmed a cheerful Parker in the backseat before turning the camera over to Carter to ask the “little bear” what animal they had just seen.
The sweet boy stared at the camera before shouting, “Bear!”
Sightseeing: Frankie then took to her Instagram story to describe what the family was doing on their trip
The family then got out of the car to walk through a few enclosures and saw some meerkats.
Unfortunately, the weather changed when the family got out of the car and Frankie uploaded a selfie of her and Wayne, annoyed under an umbrella.
Frankie then posted a photo of the boys ‘having lunch in the trunk’ and left them in sandwiches in the back of the car.
Nice: the family then jumped out of the car to walk through a few enclosures and saw some meerkats
It comes after Frankie revealed how her family handled lockdown.
In late April, she spoke to Laura Whitmore on her Castaways podcast and said, “It’s weird!
“At first I thought this was fun, you know it’s a really awful situation, but I’m going to take the positive side of it.
Rainy: Unfortunately the weather changed when the family got out of the car and Frankie uploaded a selfie of her and Wayne looking annoyed under an umbrella
“It is really nice to be home with the four of us and it was sunny so it was nice.
“The kids were out in the yard and I enjoyed it quite a bit at first, and I had a bit of my first wobble now that I think this will take quite a long time.
“The guys ask quite a few questions about can we go to certain places, see their friends and it’s just that realization that this is sort of our new normal.
“And we don’t know how long really and I think that makes it more difficult.
To make the most of it, Frankie recently told Laura Whitmore that she enjoyed lockdown and said, ‘It’s really nice to be home with the four of us and it was sunny so it was fun’