Frankie Sandford has admitted she's missing alcohol now that she's pregnant and can't have it.
The Saturdays singer and her fiancé, footballer Wayne Bridge, announced the news that they're expecting their first child in early May.
And just a few months into her pregnancy, the brunette singer has admitted she wouldn't mind a stiff drink.
Frankie told The Sun: “I’ve never been a massive drinker but now I am not allowed, I am like, ‘Oh, I kind of want one.’”
Frankie, 24, will be the third band member of The Saturdays to become a mum.
She wrote on Twitter: "Some big news from me today! Wayne and I are having a baby. We are both SO happy and can't wait for his or hers arrival!"
Rochelle Humes has just given birth to a little baby girl, Alaia-Mai.
The 24-year-old's husband Marvin Humes tweeted the news earlier this week.
He said: "This morning we welcomed our baby girl Alaia-Mai Humes..Mum is doing great & baby is amazing! We are both overjoyed! Thanks for your love x."
And fellow Saturdays singer Una Healy has a 14-month-old daughter with her rugby star husband Ben Foden.
The Irish beauty tweeted after JLS star Marvin announced the news: "Big love and congratulations to @RochelleTheSats and @MarvinHumes on the birth of their baby daughter Alaia-Mai So excited to meet her!! X."
And Vanessa White wrote: "Massive congratulations to @RochelleTheSats & @MarvinHumes on the birth of little Alaia-Mai! I can't wait to meet her! Xx."
Marvin's JLS bandmate Oritsé Williams tweeted: "WOW the 1st baby of JLS. Congrats @MarvinHumes & @RochelleTheSats . Alaia-Mai Welcome to the big beautiful World! Love Uncle Reesh x."
Frankie and Wayne, 32, also announced their engagement this year and it sounds like Frankie may want to wait until after she's had her baby to have the reception.
Get the bride a drink!