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My Frankie Bridge Is a Celebrity is the queen of the highway… here’s how to steal her look WITHOUT breaking the bank.

A RED vest with battle pants, her I’m A Celeb uniform, is not Frankie Bridge’s best look. The former Saturday singer, 32, is known for her great style and has 1.4 million followers on Instagram.

Based on lovethesales.com, everything Loose Women star Touch sold out soon.

According to lovethesales.com, everything the Loose Women star touches will soon sell out

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According to lovethesales.com, everything the Loose Women star touches will soon sell outCredit: INSTAGRAM / FRANKIE BRIDGE

We’ve heard of the Kate Middleton effect but Frankie – who could soon be Queen of the Castle – is fast becoming fashion royalty.

Abby McHale explains how.

Seventies Siren

TIP: The extra-tall figure and wide legs of these jeans elongate Frankie's entire figure, adding a few centimeters to her height

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TIP: The extra-tall figure and wide legs of these jeans elongate Frankie’s entire figure, adding a few centimeters to her heightCredit: INSTAGRAM / FRANKIE BRIDGE

Priced at just £29.99, these ’70s-inspired jeans are a steal from Zara and Frankie paired them with one of her favorites – a boyfriend sweatshirt.

Fans complimented her look on social media with the comment “especially love the outfit and jeans” but the stylish coats certainly sold out following Frankie’s post.

Red shirt girl

TIP: Frankie is a fan of structured jackets with padded shoulders - they help give you an hourglass figure by creating an angular shoulder and a narrow waist

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TIP: Frankie is a fan of structured jackets with padded shoulders – they help give you an hourglass figure by creating an angular shoulder and a narrow waistCredit: Frankiebridge / instagram

She wore this trendy Zara outfit for a night out with husband Wayne – the former England, Chelsea and Manchester City defender – in October.

The £29.99 pants and £59.99 outerwear were a huge hit, with the latter selling out within 24 hours of her posting the look on Instagram.

In Holiday Mode

TIP: Like most of us, Frankie loves a flowing maxi dress to stay cool, but this low-cut dress keeps things interesting and sexy, while also showing off her narrow lower back. she.

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TIP: Like most of us, Frankie loves a flowing maxi dress to stay cool, but this low-cut dress keeps things interesting and sexy, while also showing off her narrow lower back. she.Credit: Frankiebridge / instagram

Frankie’s winter wardrobe isn’t the only item we covet.

This £49.99 Zara dress, worn by the star on holiday in August, also took Instagram by storm, garnering an impressive 35,000 likes.

Green Goddess

TIP: With its body-hugging silhouette and spaghetti straps, this dress isn't for the faint of heart, however, the delicate construction - gathered around the bust - supports just enough to make it not It's just a slide and it flatters the figure

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TIP: With its body-hugging silhouette and spaghetti straps, this dress isn’t for the faint of heart, however, the delicate construction – gathered around the bust – supports just enough to make it not It’s just a slide and it flatters the figureCredit: INSTAGRAM / FRANKIE BRIDGE

In late September, Frankie arrived at the Loose Women studio wearing a blue Zara lace-up dress. As a result, the dress, which cost £29.99, was sold out.

Hot dot

TIP: Statement sleeves are Frankie's stapling style - the large sleeves help create that hourglass silhouette

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TIP: Statement sleeves are Frankie’s stapling style – the large sleeves help create that hourglass silhouetteCredit: Frankiebridge / Instagram

A £30 monochrome polka dot Misspap shirt paired with Mango jeans, £35.99.

It’s a wrap

TIP: A midi dress is great for petite figures, making your legs look longer

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TIP: A midi dress is great for petite figures, making your legs look longerCredit: INSTAGRAM / FRANKIE BRIDGE

Flat pleats and a modest length make this £55 Pretty Lavish satin dress a hit for Frankie.

Luxe Cozy

TIP: Frankie loves wide-leg pants - they're comfortable and show off the thighs and hips

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TIP: Frankie loves wide-leg pants – they’re comfortable and show off the thighs and hipsCredit: Frankiebridge / instagram

Frankie was even lounging in style, as her £49 polka dot Nasty Gal outfit showed off.

Check box

TIP: Checking bigger at waist and smaller at hips creates curves in all the right places

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TIP: Checking bigger at waist and smaller at hips creates curves in all the right placesCredit: Frankiebridge / instagram

This £63.20 midi dress from Warehouse sold out in 24 hours after it won #FrankiesFaves on Insta.

Tiger Queen

TIP: The knotted design hugs the waist while gathering from the button helping it flow over the hips and thighs

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TIP: The knotted design hugs the waist while gathering from the button helping it flow over the hips and thighsCredit: INSTAGRAM / FRANKIE BRIDGE

OH! This dress and other stories are still available, for £29. Was £95.

Yell Raiser

TIP: The tiny waistline is key, as the rest of the fabric flows over the hips and legs

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TIP: The tiny waistline is key, as the rest of the fabric flows over the hips and legsCredit: Frankiebridge / Instagram

A sunny yellow for a delayed Covid wedding, the £50 Asos dress has received 40,000 likes on her Insta.

Wayne Bridge admits he is having a hard time raising his son alone without wife Frankie as he admits it’s harder than Premier League football

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