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    Frankie Bridge's ideal Christmas present is a break away with her family

    The former Saturdays star loves spending time with her husband Wayne Bridge and their children Parker, three, and Carter, two, and for Christmas this year, all she wants is some time to spend with her family


    She said: "Now that we have the boys I never really think about what I want as much, it is all about them. Lately we've been going more for things like a nice break away together. Makes us sound old - but I just love being away with the three of them."

    And Frankie can't wait until the festive season really kicks in so all her extended family can "come together for a big feast".

    She added: "We are spending Christmas with all the family. Both mine and Wayne's come together for a big feast. I love the whole festive season to be as busy as possible with loads of yummy food and lots of Christmas songs! I start playing them as soon as Halloween is over!

    "Wayne and I love buying pressies for each other but we're both so hard to buy for. We actually like buying 'experiences' for each other. Wayne loves snowboarding. I'll treat him to a new board or a weekend away with hopefully lots of snow!"

    Frankie was getting in the Christmas spirit as she helped launch the Disney Store's 'Gift Magic' Christmas campaign at the Disney Store on London's Oxford Street. At stores across the UK, there will be Disney gift experts, the Gift Heroes, on hand, who have the most in-depth knowledge on the latest toys, gifts and collectibles for all ages.

    The Gift Heroes will also be hosting special in-store events including a free in-store crafting activity, which allows them to create and personalise their own gift tags or you can recreate this fun at home by visiting the events page on the Disney Store website and download the tags.

    Speaking about the activities, Frankie said: "With fun activities on the day and the Gift Heroes being on hand to help advise about the best presents to buy - it'll be a real Christmas shopping experience. I'm now feeling very festive after my visit to Disney Store to experience their Gift Magic!"

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