Pregnant Christine Lampard looks radiant in polka dot dress by Rixo London

The Loose Women host wore the most gorgeous summer dress on the show

Sophie Hamilton

We want Christine Lampard's wardrobe please! The mum-to-be looked stunning on Wednesday's Loose Women in a summery polka dot dress. The sleeveless halter neck outfit was a great choice, with the lightweight cotton fabric flowing gracefully over her growing bump. Polka dots are everywhere this season, with TV host Holly Willoughby has sported a few spotty ensembles over the last few weeks. Christine's dress is by the label Rixo London and retails at £285 on the shop's website. We love the tiered skirt and fitted top sections and the neck tie is gorgeous. It can be tricky finding a flattering pregnancy dress but Christine nailed it with this polka number.

The Eleanor White Maxi Polka Dot dress is made from 100% cotton and comes in sizes small, large and extra-large. When we checked the website, only the large and extra-large sizes were still available. Fingers crossed for a re-stock soon.

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Photo credit: rixo.co.uk

On the Loose Women Instagram page, fans of the show adored Christine's summery dress and rushed to compliment her. One wrote: "@christinelampard you look incredible! Beautiful bump and positively glowing xx." Another told the star: "Christine you look amazing!"

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The wife of former footballer Frank Lampard was styled by the Mother Shoppers – Gemma Shanley and Bertie Bowen, who focus on dressing mums in practical yet fashionable clothes.

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Christine, 39, recently told The Mirror of her pregnancy: "I couldn't care less about putting on weight as long as everything's OK inside. I'm not training, just walking the dog. That's it. I'm just taking it all in my stride. I'm feeling great. I'm eating a lot of ice cream, but I think that's more to do with the weather than the pregnancy cravings."