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Christine Lampard Reveals Her Due Date On Loose Women

Christine Lampard Reveals Her Due Date On Loose Women

Christine Lampard, 39, is expecting her first baby with football star husband Frank Lampard - and they couldn't be more thrilled!

Frank posted a picture on Instagram with Christine, his two daughters and dog with the caption: We have some exciting news we wanted to share with you.

Christine Lampard is relieved her exciting baby news is now public. "The Lampard family are expanding", she wrote.

In an Instagram post she posed along with Lampard and her stepdaughters Luna (12) and Isla (10), Frank's children from his previous relationship with Spanish model Elen Rivas.

Christine and Frank, both 39, were married in 2015 in a lavish ceremony in London, with Ed Sheeran performing at their reception in Mayfair.

"Frank told the girls on Monday and although they don't know the sex of the baby the girls are working on names".

Frank and Christine are welcoming their first child together. "She looks a bit of a sort", which I think is East End for "She's attractive".




She said: "I found out quite a while ago".

'If not we have the two girls - one of them is about to embark on her teenage years, so that is a while other chapter about to happen.

When asked if she had been taking numerous pregnancy tests while trying, Christine, who hosts the daytime programme, said: "No, I wasn't at all".

"In that classic kind of anxious, kind of nervous superstitious way, it was like let's get the big scan done and then you can open up and start to tell people". I said, "She's way above your league mate"'.

"In that classic kind of anxious, nervous, superstitious kind of way, it was nearly like, let's get the big scan done and then you can open up and start to tell people because I've just been really nervous because you're always thinking the worst".

Their celebrity friends rushed to social media to congratulate the couple including Holly Willoughby who gushed: "Just soooooo excited!"


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