Getting used to the LA lifestyle: The Saturdays' Frankie Sanford shows off gym bunny look with dayglo top
21:00 GMT, 29 September 2012
She's a born and bred Essex girl, but already Frankie Sandford is getting to used to Los Angeles life.
The Saturdays jetted into LA for their continued mission to invade the music charts in America, and Frankie Sandford is already sporting a gym bunny look after stepping out with her sister Victoria wearing a dayglo pink gym top and leggings.
Her black sports bra was visible after it peeked out of the bright pink top.
Gym bunny: Frankie Sandford is getting into the LA way off life after she was spotted with her sister wearing a dayglo gym outfit
New surroundings: Frankie is in America with her band The Saturdays as they attempt to conquer their charts
Her sister also wore a dayglo green top as they took a stroll around their new surroundings – presumably after a tough workout.
Frankie, 23, and her sister certainly needed to cool down at one point – they were spotted slurping some smoothies during their walk.
The singer certainly seemed happy to have her sister with her from some sibling support, and the pair were in deep conversation during their stroll.
Cool down: Sandford enjoyed a smoothie during her sibling stroll in Los Angeles
Busy work out The girls were spotted after a presumably tough gym session
Victoria posted on her Twitter on Friday: 'So happy to be in LA with @FrankieTheSats we are gonna have fun friends.'
And Frankie shared the same sentiments about her sister and her friends travelling to be with her.
She wrote on her Twitter page: 'So happy to have @TorSandford @dandarke and @TheGeneralDuke here in LA with me! makes me feel so much more at home.'
Sibling support: Frankie has been joined by her sister as her band tries to crack America
The singer's bandmates are hoping they can crack America, and early signs are good after a recent successful visit to the States.
And Frankie's bandmember Una Healy believes they can conquer the charts much like the Spice Girls did.
She said recently: 'We feel like the time is now for pop music coming from the UK and Ireland, but there's never been a girl band coming from there since the Spice Girls. It's time for us.
'We've been together a long time now, five years. We're just starting fresh here. That's what it's about. We've always wanted to come out here and go to different territories. We really feel ready.'