Asked if she’s worried the state of affairs will set off her nervousness, she stated: “Of course. This situation is hard on anyone’s mental health.
“But with my nervousness, it is not warranted so usually I battle with it for no explicit purpose.
“I’ve told myself that if my anxiety does get bad, I have to be easy on myself.”
The 31-year-old star – who has sons Parker, six, and Carter, 4, with husband Wayne Bridge – is making an attempt to maintain her nervousness at bay by staying in touch with her family members as a lot as doable.
She instructed OK!: “With my anxiety, I’m not good at staying at home all day every day.
“I’m conscious this will be troublesome for me.
“But I’ve had to find ways to contact my friends.
“I’ve been FaceTiming them somewhat than texting.
“To actually see someone’s face makes you feel more connected and to hear them laugh is really nice…
“I’ve been in touch however I have never seen my family. “My sister Tor is pregnant so we’re being very cautious with her.
“It’s robust however we do have FaceTime so I’m focusing on that for now.
“My dad is a black cab driver and I keep nagging him about wearing gloves but he won’t listen. Typical dad!”
Frankie is additionally worried spending a lot time at dwelling with her husband might trigger friction of their marriage.
She stated: “We’re at home together anyway because of the nature of our jobs. I’m sure it will be difficult for us, like all couples.
“It will get on high of us in addition to the children once they begin to argue.
“It will be like the ultimate test for couples – or a baby boom.”