Frank and Christine Lampard juggle a newborn, toddler and the dogs on family outing

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Frank and Christine Lampard have been spotted on a leisurely stroll with their two children and their pet pooches.

The couple, who previously went on a romantic lunch date, were joined by their kids Patricia, two, and two month old Freddie as they walked through London on Monday.

Christine, 42, opted for a casual chic look in a khaki shirt and some denim flared jeans.

She wore a pair of brown strap on sandles and carried a designer bag around her shoulder.

The mum-of-two had some black sunglasses on and went for a casual hair and make-up look for the day out with her family.

Meanwhile, Frank, also 42, wore a black T-shirt and black shorts and had some khaki grey trainers on.

Christine pushed the stroller with Freddie in and held Patricia's hand, as Frank walked behind them with the dogs.

The pair announced they had welcomed their second child in March and revealed they had named their son Frederick George Lampard.


The presenter announced the happy news as she shared a photo of her breastfeeding her newborn son on Instagram.

She wrote in the caption: “Let us introduce you to our newest addition. ..Frederick (Freddie) George Lampard! We are completely in love @franklampard”.

The husband and wife are also parents to daughter Patricia, two. And Frank has daughters Luna, 15, and 13 year old Isla from his relationship with Elen Rivas.

Christine was flooded with messages of congratulations from celebrity friends and fans in the comments of her announcement post.

TV presenter Ore Oduba wrote: “Ahhh you did it!!!! Congratulations Christine and the Lampard clan. Beautiful!!!”

Piers Morgan’s son Spencer said: “Congrats” followed by a high five emoji.

While Michelle Keegan added: “Amazing news” with three red heart emojis. “Congratulations Christine to you and your family xxx”.

A friend of the pair exclusively told OK! in March that they don't have any plans to continue expanding their brood as their family is "complete".

“It will be the end of their family – there won’t be any more little Lampards! They feel bless and complete," the insider explained.

"I’m so thrilled for them both. They are the most lovely couple.”

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