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Christine Lampard reveals the moment that reduced her to tears during labour

Christine Lampard became a mum for the first time in 2018 and it was a moment she’ll never forget. We all know just how overwhelming, incredible and emotional that moment can be.

The presenter welcomed a beautiful baby girl named Patricia with her husband Frank Lampard on September 21.


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Christine has now returned to work and opened up about becoming a parent as she hosted ITV’s Lorraine this morning.

The mum opened up about one moment in particular that reduced her to tears during labour.

“The doctor, just before the big moment, said you're about to become a mummy and that's when the tears started,” Christine explained.

The doting mum admitted she still can’t quite believe that she is a parent: “'She's [Patricia] doing very well on the sleeping front, but I still have that moment when I look at her and think, ‘I can't believe you're mine.’”


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Christine also commented on giving birth to her little girl, saying that it was not as bad as expected: "It wasn't too bad, it was what it was supposed to be, she thankfully was healthy and happy and you heard the little scream."

Frank and Christine announced their baby girl’s arrival by sharing a stunning family photo, taken at the hospital, to Instagram.


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The proud parents cuddled up to their daughter in the photo. Christine captioned it: “Let us introduce you to our little girl. Patricia Charlotte Lampard. We are so in love.”

Christine is certainly revelling in every second of motherhood. We’re thrilled to hear how happy baby Patricia has made her.

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