Christine Lampard shares rare snap of her baby daughter during day out with husband Frank
3rd December 2018

Taking to Instagram on Sunday, the 39-year-old TV presenter uploaded a photo of herself with her three-month-old baby Patricia.

The girls were wrapped up warm – with Christine sporting a thick and puffy black jacket.

While tiny tot Patricia was wearing an adorable pink hooded onsie and was nestled into her mother’s chest.

Christine captioned the moment: “Sunday Strolls #derby” along with a smiling face emoji.

Fans flooded the comment’s section to remark at the cuteness of the moment.

“Beautiful Christine a lovely mummy baby pic,” one fan gushed – alongside a string of heart emojis.

“Nice pic of u and baby on here,” remarked another.

While a further fan dramatically suggested the photo was an amazing distraction from world worries, commenting: “This is keeping it real, just [what] we need to see in this mad world.”

Christine gave birth for the first time in September with footballer husband Frank, 40, by her side.

Frank has two other daughters – Luna, born in August 2005 and Isla born in May 2007 – from his previous romance with Spanish model Elen Rivas.

Christine had announced the arrival of their bundle of joy via Instagram after the birth.

“Let us introduce you to our little girl. Patricia Charlotte Lampard,” she wrote as she shared a photo of herself hugging her daughter – while Frank stood beside with a loving hand on her shoulder.

“We’re so in love,” Christine had added.

Christine has previously discussed taking on a role with Frank’s other daughters – explaining both she and Frank wanted to be sure of their feelings before being introduced to the girls.

“I'd like to think, if you asked the girls in ten years' time, they would say that it was a well-thought-out process – I didn't meet them for a year, on purpose,” she said in 2015.

She revealed she developed the relationship to be able to look after the girls if both Frank and their Spanish mother were away.

“I have them on my own. It's me going to violin recitals, me doing their homework, me doing the bathtime tonight and getting them to school in the morning – I've grown into that and we have our own little system,” she said.

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