English pop singer, Frankie Sandford from 'The Saturdays' sat down for a chat with Glamour UK magazine, where she opened up about her struggle with depression and panic attacks among others. The diva also posed seductively flaunting her hot body for her fans to see, so take a sneak-peek at her interview and photo spread with Glamour UK!
English pop/R&B singer, Frankie Sandford from 'The
Saturdays' shows off her picture-perfect silhouette in front of
Chris Craymor's camera lens for Glamour UK May 2012 issue. Donning
some casual chic and glam outfits, the 23 year old singer shows off
her iconic style that inspired thousands of women worldwide, so
take a peek at her stunning spread and read highlights of Ms.
Sandford's interview with British Glamour as the diva shares
personal information regarding her struggles in life and more.
When it comes to celebrity life, people tend to think that nothing can 'rock the ground' of celebs, but Frankie proves just the opposite by revealing to the magazine that she's been dealing with depression and panic attacks for eight years. She tells Glamour that:
“I felt that I was worthless, that I was ugly, that I didn't deserve anything. I thought people would think, 'What have you got to be depressed about?'”
However, the help that she received from hospital staff and
patients helped Frankie push through and feel 'better'. The fact
that she received full information with regards to what she's
feeling and support from various people enabled Frankie to regain
her creativity, which she states she had lost for years. She
“A doctor told me it's like having asthma: it's something you have, it's not going to go away. That made me feel better. There was no one point where I was 'better', but I noticed I started to be creative again, which I hadn't been in years.”
The fact that she understood what was going on and the fact that
she once tried to hide the fact that she was dealing with
depression and panic attacks determined Ms. Sandford to share her
personal struggles with the magazine in the attempt to signal to
other depression sufferers to seek help. She told Glamour that her
bandmates, who had no idea said:
“They were like, 'Why didn't you tell us?' I'd got so good at covering it up, I didn't confide in anyone.
It's important that you talk to someone as soon as possible. Get help and advice from your GP, a friend or a parent.”
Check out Frankie Sandford's full interview and complete spread in the May 2012 issue of Glamour UK.
Photos courtesy of Glamour UK