Frankie, who is expecting her second child in August, revealed that the girl group have new music on the horizon.
She told The Mirror: "We're recording again this year, which will be great as we all genuinely get on. The reason we've stayed together so long is we have the freedom to do our thing, have time with our families then come back together."
Just last week, it was reported how three of Frankie's bandmates - Una Foden, Mollie King and Vanessa White - are set to launch their own solo careers.
The Sats are currently signed the Polydor, but reports suggested the girls were keen to branch out on their own while still remaining in a group.
The Saturdays rose to fame in 2008 with Frankie, Una, Mollie, Vanessa and Rochelle Humes.
They achieved a Number 1 hit in 2013 with 'What About Us' featuring Sean Paul. Their last single, 'What Are You Waiting For', was released in August last year.
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