Loose Womens Frankie Bridge makes brutal age swipe at ITV co-star Kaye Adams

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    Loose Women's Frankie Bridge has taken a cheeky swipe towards her co-star Kaye Adams.

    The Saturdays singer hosted the show alongside Kaye, Nadia Sawalha and Jane Moore on Friday (November 4).

    The four panelists were talking about a recent the three of them went on without Frankie, 33.

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    Kaye, 59, said: "The three of us – we didn't take Frankie as she would have been too young – her mum wouldn't have let her come."

    Nadia, 57, then added: "You would have been bored."

    Frankie clapped back to Kaye and said: "I would have been helping you in and out of the pool."

    Gasping in shock, Kaye then added: "Can you believe this child calls me nana?"

    She laughed: "You would have been welcome, you could've helped me carry the bags."

    On the show, the women also discussed whether cheering at kids' sports games should be banned.

    This comes after fans and coaches have to support silently this weekend after a new plea to help people be more mindful.

    Fans of the show took to social media to share their thoughts on the matter.

    One wrote: "‘Should cheering be banned at kids’ sports matches’ What a fucking namby pamby world we are creating for ourselves. The simple answer is NO ! #LooseWomen"

    Another added: "I go and watch football and it’s been like this for years, the kids get a thick skin and they can handle idiots later in life. #LooseWomen"

    While a third penned: "Of course cheering shouldn't be banned,,kids thrive on encouragement and praise, we would cheer at football matches and other sporting activities #LooseWomen"

    This comes after Linda Robson told viewers about her awkward I'm A Celeb moment earlier this week.

    She said: "The first night was the worst because I was so scared and they put you in your sleeping bags and they show you where the dunny is. Then about 10 at night all the lights go off."

    "Charlie Brooks said to me 'if you want to go to the toilet give me a nudge and I'll come with you'. But I was nudging her and she was fast asleep.

    "In the end, instead of going to the toilet, I just wet myself, I was so scared, anyways at least it warmed me up a bit."

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