Christine Lampard looks stunning in green dress as she and husband Frank join in Clap for Carers on their doorstep – The Sun

CHRISTINE Lampard looked stunning in a green dress as she and husband Frank joined in with Clap for Carers on their doorstep.

The couple got involved in showing their support for NHS workers and those on the frontline of the coronavirus pandemic.

Christine beamed as she stood clapping at 8pm last night.

Her husband Frank sat on their front step as he took in the special moment.

They had managed to colour co-ordinate their outfits despite staying home like the rest of the UK on the eve of a Bank Holiday Weekend.

The Loose Women presenter returned to work this week to host the daily chat show on ITV.

She revealed she's "morphing into" her husband as they spend so much time together in lockdown.

"Oh my gosh, mentally we are morphing into the one person," she told the Loose Women panel.

"We are finishing each other's sentences and I'll think of something and he'll just say it.

"I'll say 'I was literally just about to say that'.

"It must just be that you're completely tuned into each other because you're beside one another 24 hours a day.

"We're now just becoming the one person."

Christine and Frank first met ten years ago at the Pride of Britain Awards, where Piers Morgan claims to have set them up.

They married four years ago and Christine gave birth to their daughter Patricia in September 2018.

She says she knew right from the start it was going to be something special.

“Yeah, and Frank did as well. We just had fun straight away. I remember us properly laughing with each other and thinking: ‘This is what I want and need.’ We just clicked on all levels.

“We both talk about when we moved in together because neither of us can remember it happening. It was a case of all of a sudden, all of our stuff was in the one place. Everything has always been very natural.

“You know when you can read someone else’s mind? While I think the term ‘soulmate’ is a bit bleugh, I guess that’s sort of what it is. When you meet someone and you don’t have to work at it. That’s what you want, isn’t it?

“I miss him terribly when he’s away. I couldn’t wait to get him back from [pre-season in] Japan and I just feel very lucky. Especially because neither of us were actually meant to be at Pride of Britain that night.”

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