Frankie Sandford may have broken up with Mc Fly Dougie Poynter again, but she looked far from heartbroken out at Whisky Mist last night.After allegedly dumping Poynter, 22, for the second time in less than a year, The Saturdays singer was spotted partying with a male model.And she's frequently papped with her hot footballer husband, Wayne Bridge, who was also at this interview, as attentive, thoughtful and un-footballerish as you could imagine.But beneath the glossy hair, covetable wardrobe, the dream job and the loving husband, Frankie has been struggling with depression for most of her career.After performing at the T4 Stars of 2010 on Sunday afternoon in tiny hotpants, Frankie changed into conservative jeans and a leather jacket to hit the town with Aaron.The pair didn’t look happy to be photographed though, and Dougie will no doubt be fuming after seeing Frankie out with another man so soon after their break-up.Frankie Bridge has been in the public eye for almost half her life, shooting to fame as one of S Club Juniors in 2001.
Thanks for all your support, really means a lot.' Showing he had his sense of humour back he added: 'Now can we get back to tweeting about boobs, d**ks and farts.'Poynter's release from rehab comes as his mother Sam Moody appealed to Sandford to stop contacting her son.The band released their first single "One Step Closer" where it charted at number two in the UK, selling roughly 52,000 copies in its first week."Automatic High" was released as the second single from the band's first studio album, and also debuted at number two.In addition, the group has had five Top 10 albums on the UK Albums Chart, which have all gained a certification from the British Phonographic Industry.Throughout Bridge's time in the music industry, she has achieved nineteen UK Top 10 Singles and six UK Top 10 Albums.