Loose Women presenter Christine Lampard announces she's expecting her second child

The star took to Instagram to share her happy news

Christine Lampard
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TV presenter Christine Lampard, who is married to footballer Frank Lampard, has announced she's pregnant with her second child.

The Loose Women star took to Instagram to share her and Frank's happy news with her 500,000 followers, while celebrity friends such as Holly Willoughby rushed to congratulate the pair.

Christine revealed her excitement as she cradled her bump in the picture, but also admitted that it was a 'strange and worrying' time to be pregnant. 

The picture of Christine and her bump, which she posted on Instagram yesterday, attracted nearly 200,000 likes and lots of well wishes from fans and celebrity friends.

Along with the photo she revealed to her fans: "New year and a new baby on the way for the Lampards!"

However, she went on to add her thoughts on being pregnant during a pandemic: "It’s been a strange and worrying time to be pregnant but we’re hoping and praying that cuddles from family and friends are not too far off."

And then wished other mums-to-be good vibes: "Sending all my love to everyone going through a pregnancy during this crazy time".

Celebrities including Kimberley Walsh and Holly Willoughby were the first to congratulate the TV star.

Kimberley Walsh, who is already a mum to two, and is expecting again, left a message saying: "Ah Congratulations."

This Morning star Holly Willoughby went on to say: "Awww darlin ... just the most beautiful news... love you both." Other famous faces who congratulated the pair were Dermot O'Leary and Emma Bunton.

Christine married Frank Lampard in 2015 and they already have a two-year-old daughter called Patricia Charlotte. Frank also has two daughters from a previous marraige.

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