The Saturdays' Frankie Sandford has revealed she feels both nervous and excited about going through labour - but admits she had not really thought about the whole birth process at all until she saw band-mate Rochelle Humes shortly after she delivered her daughter, Alaia-Mae six weeks ago!
''It did really hit me when I went in to see Rochelle after she was in labour and I was like, 'OK, there's actually a baby at the end of this,'" the mum-to-be told the BANG Showbiz news agency. "It's not just a labour. So it's exciting.''
The singer also 'fessed up to having some pregnancy cravings, but said they were all quite 'boring' rather than of the licking tyres or eating coal variety!
"I haven't really had any weird cravings," she said. "Just chocolate, strawberries and raisins. It's been a bit boring really."
Frankie, 24, and her fiance, footballer Wayne Bridge, made their baby announcement last month, making her the third Saturdays' star to become a parent.