Well it seemed to be in that order anyway but there have been whispers that there could have been some overlap in the two relationships. In fact, when Frankie was asked when she and said footballer, Wayne Bridge (more on that later) started going out, she was a bit vague saying she couldn't remember when it began as it had been such a whirlwind.
Those close to Dougie made no secret of the fact that he was truly gutted, he actually spoke about it briefly in an interview as well saying, "Of course I was gutted about the break-up. It was totally unexpected and I really thought things were going well between us. It was bad timing just before Christmas too."
And in a bid to explain why the break up may have happened and in reference to the fact Frankie's Saturdays bandmate Rochelle is dating one of the JLS members Dougie said, "I didn't fit in with The Saturdays and JLS crowd and party scene anyway."
This may or may not have been before he realised that Frankie had moved on, not with another popstar, but with a 30-year-old footballer. Wayne Bridge is the footie player who was caught up in the whole John Terry debacle a couple of years ago. It was his partner that was allegedly caught getting it on with the married John Terry which caused Wayne to refuse to play alongside Terry in the England squad during the last world cup.
Now that you know a summary of the situation, we can reveal that Dougie is now seeking professional help to get over the break up.
His McFly bandmates yesterday confirmed that he had been in The Priory for the last four weeks. Sources close to Dougie said he sought help after realising it was a real struggle to get through every day.
Let's hope the young lad comes out of rehab fighting fit and ready to move on.
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