Christine Lampard opens up about feeling isolated after the birth of her son

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Photo credit: Ken McKay/ITV/REX/Shutterstock - Rex
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Christine Lampard has returned to work on Loose Women after taking maternity leave for the birth of her son Freddie.

Although Christine has spent some of the summer filling in for Lorraine Kelly on her show, the 42-year-old admitted she was thrilled to be back on the ITV lunchtime show.

Christine also opened up on her first day back, saying she watched Loose Women “every day during maternity leave as it helped me feel less isolated.”

The presenter said, “"I watched Loose Women, honestly, every day that I was off, "It was more just for that company feeling.”

"You know, when you've just had a baby and I'm sure there's a lot of people at home feeling this. You can feel a bit isolated... and it was just lovely to feel like your friends were on the telly."

Christine and husband Frank Lampard are parents to Freddie, who is six months old, and three-year-old daughter Patricia, while Frank is also father to Isla, 14 and Luna, 16 from his previous relationship with Elen Rivas.

Later during the show Christine also commented on little Patricia’s football skills, saying, “It's our little girl showing the football skills. She just cannot get enough of it. Frank is very impressed with her so who knows what's going to happen?”

Last month in an interview with the Sunday Telegraph, Christine confirmed she has no plans to expand her family, saying, “I have a beautiful girl, a gorgeous boy. I'm not pushing my luck."

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