Frankie Sandford has shared the first photograph of her baby, Parker.
The Saturdays singer posted the snap on her Instagram account on Monday night (11.11.13).
The proud new mother, 24, and her fiance, soccer player Wayne Bridge, 33, can be seen in the photo kissing the head of their three-week-old son.
Frankie captioned the photo: ''So much love.''
Fans of The Saturdays were quick to gush over the new-born, with one posting: ''Congratulations, what a beaut,'' while another added: ''Such a pretty baby.''
Parker was born on October 18 but proud parents Wayne and Frankie decided to wait before posting the first photograph of their bundle of joy.
'Disco Love' singer Frankie announced their son's arrival on Twitter last month, posting: ''Wayne and I are so proud to say our little boy Parker Bridge was born this morning. 7lb 13oz. All doing well and absolutely besotted.''
The couple, who have been dating since December 2010, announced their engagement in April - a few weeks before Frankie revealed she was expecting.
Wayne is also father to six-year-old son Jaydon with ex-girlfriend Vanessa Perroncel.
Frankie is the third member of The Saturdays to become a mother after Una Foden, who has Aoife, 20 months, and Rochelle Humes who welcomed Alaia-Mai with husband Marvin in May.
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