Frankie and Wayne Bridge have fans in stitches with TikTok clothing switch

LONDON, ENGLAND - NOVEMBER 29: (L-R) Wayne Bridge and Frankie Bridge attend the Virgin Money Giving Mind Media Awards 2018 at Queen Elizabeth Hall on November 29, 2018 in London, England. (Photo by Jeff Spicer/Getty Images)
Wayne Bridge and Frankie Bridge at the Virgin Money Giving Mind Media Awards in 2018 (Jeff Spicer/Getty Images)

Frankie and Wayne Bridge had fans “crying” with laughter after swapping clothes in a hilarious TikTok clip.

The pair have been taking on the app's dance challenges as a way of passing some time during the coronavirus lockdown.

Their latest post was captioned “B**** stole my look” and sees the couple trading outfits.

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Screengrab from Frankie Bridge Instagram
Screengrab from Frankie Bridge Instagram

Former Saturdays star Frankie starts out in a dress with a plunging neckline while footballer Wayne looks casual in a hoodie.

They then switch, and Wayne is seen gyrating for the camera in the dress, a long wig and a dash of bright red lipstick.

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Fans loved the light-hearted clip.

“Literally amazing!!! Top effort guys!” said one person, while others said the pair were “a scream”.

“I’m crying,” said another, while one labelled the video “just brilliant”.

“I literally can't cope,” said another fan, pleading: “MORE MORE MORE!”

Later the couple appeared on Good Morning Britain, where they talked about how they were coping with the lockdown.

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Frankie said the pair – who married in 2014 and have two young sons together – were doing okay but said it had “kind of hit home” that “the new normal” might last for a while.

The star – who has previously been open about her mental health struggles – warned that there could be a “danger of more depression” with everyone having to stay at home and stressed the importance of talking to others.

She also said people were feeling more anxious in the current climate but that it was understandable given the pandemic.