She has been covering for Lorraine Kelly all summer and Christine Lampard gave a stylish farewell on her last day of the show in an incredible black and white striped dress from Wallis. Christine, who is now on maternity leave, gave good pregnancy chic in the frock, teaming it with a sleek pair of black heeled sandals and her hair wavy and loose. It’s a good time to snap the dress up, as it’s currently reduced from £50 to £45!
Christine’s presence on the show will be missed by her fans, who have been commenting on her Instagram in their droves. One wrote: “You have looked so lovely all through your pregnancy. Good luck and enjoy the next stage of family life,” while another commented: “My favourite presenter! Pregnancy really suits you! Stunning inside and out! Good luck with everything!”
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The ITV show was full of surprises for Christine’s last day, including the cutest well wishes from her friends and colleagues. She teared up as Phillip Schofield sent in this heartfelt message to her: “Congratulations on all your hard work for Lorraine this summer but more importantly here’s to what is about to happen. You are going to be the very best mum, enjoy it, and I look forward to seeing all you very soon.” And there was a special message from the Loose Women ladies too. “We just all wanted to take the time to say good luck with going on maternity leave, you are going to be a fabulous mum,” said Andrea McClean. “You are the most kindhearted, generous wonderful woman and the baby, whether it’s a boy or a girl because we don’t even know, is going to be blessed to have you as his or her mummy. Good luck.” Janet Street-Porter said to Christine: “I’ve never had a baby so I dunno what it feels but I did do a film about being a midwife and helping in a maternity ward so when it comes to the moment to plop it out, give me a call and I’ll be round.” Stacey Solomon added cheekily: “Don’t call her.” We’ll miss you Christine!
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