Our Frankie On Her Time In The Castle, Facing Fears, Arguments and Breaking Wind | Loose Women

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Our Frankie is returning from the castle after coming third place against Danny Miller and Simon Gregson – and we couldn’t be more proud! She’ll be joining us for an exclusive interview to spill all the beans of her time in the castle. She overcame her biggest fears and has made friendships for life and what she plans on doing when she returns home.

From series 25, broadcast on 13/12/21

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