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Christine Lampard has been seen enjoying an afternoon stroll with her baby daughter Patricia.

The 41 year old took a walk near her home in London on Wednesday after finishing work covering for Lorraine Kelly on her ITV morning show.

Irish beauty Christine and Andi Peters have been alternating hosting duties on the show while Lorraine, 60, enjoys her summer break.

But Frank Lampard's wife isn't letting the early mornings stop her from spending time with Patricia, who turns two next month.

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Christine was seen happily chatting away on the phone as she stepped out on Wednesday, with daughter Patricia in tow.

She looked causal yet chic in a light blue jumper that she wore underneath a black jacket, denim jeans and white trainers as she tied her brunette locks away from her face in a low bun.

Enjoying a snack as she was transported in her beige pushchair, Patricia looked cute in a denim style shirt matched with a pair of blue striped leggings and yellow trainers.

Last month, Christine recalled the emotional moment her parents were reunited with Patricia after lockdown.

She told new magazine: "I'm seeing my family for the first time at the moment – that's been the hardest thing for me.

"I'm lucky that's all I'm finding difficult because so many people have lost loved ones at this horrendous time and experienced some real hardships.

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"Not being able to see my family has certainly been the worst aspect of it for me. I normally like to try and get home [to Northern Ireland] once a month or they come over to see me.

"But obviously that's not been possible and so many families are in the same situation."

On the moment they reunited, she continued: "It was emotional, which I'm sure everyone across the country has been finding.

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"We have been in touch constantly throughout, but when you have a little one, you really appreciate the relationship they have with their grandparents.

"I don't like them not being part of that and missing out on all the tiny things they do day-to-day.

"My mum has been very stoic and realistic. You have to think of everyone else who is suffering way more than we are."

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