Christine Lampard sits down for lunch with husband Frank in Ibiza


Christine Lampard cut a stylish figure in a flowing white kaftan dress as she settled down for lunch with her husband Frank on their family getaway to Ibiza on Thursday.

The Loose Women presenter, 43, embraced the warm Spanish sunshine in the flowing off-the-shoulder dress with intricate beaded detailing as she enjoyed an ice cold cocktail during the sunny break.

Christine and Frank, 43, jetted off for a summer holiday after the Everton Manager helped his team narrowly escape relegation during the Premier League season.

Time to eat! She settled down for lunch with her husband Frank and their daughter Patricia, three

Enjoying the sun? Christine Lampard (left) cut a stylish figure in a flowing white kaftan dress as she settled down for lunch with her husband Frank (right) and their daughter Patricia, three, on their family getaway to Ibiza on Thursday

Clearly enjoying her sunny break, Christine kept cool in the flowing white dress covered with beaded detailing as she waved to the waiting staff to deliver their drinks.

The mother-of-two swept back her brunette tresses into a sleek bun due to the warm weather, as she and Frank chatted to another couple in the restaurant.

Joining the couple for lunch was their daughter Patricia, three, who was nestled on Frank’s knee while they enjoyed the meal together.

Good spirits! The Loose Women presenter embraced the warm Spanish sunshine in the flowing off-the-shoulder dress with intricate beaded detailing as she enjoyed an ice cold cocktail during the sunny break

Good spirits! The Loose Women presenter embraced the warm Spanish sunshine in the flowing off-the-shoulder dress with intricate beaded detailing as she enjoyed an ice cold cocktail during the sunny break

A bit hot? Clearly struggling with the warm weather, Christine used a fan to keep herself cool as she settled down for lunch with her husband Frank

A bit hot? Clearly struggling with the warm weather, Christine used a fan to keep herself cool as she settled down for lunch with her husband Frank

Happy: A beaming Christine cooled herself with a white fan as she waved to a waiter

Smiling: She relaxed on the beach during her family break with Frank

Happy: A beaming Christine cooled herself with a white fan as she waved to a waiter while relaxing on the beach during her family break with Frank

Christine and her husband Frank are parents to Patricia, three, and Freddie – and the presenter is also stepmother to her husband’s daughters Luna, 16, and Isla, 14, from his  previous relationship with model Elen Rivas.

Last season saw Frank land the job of Everton manager after they became dangerously close to relegation, and it was a turbulent time for the former England star, landing safety with the team’s second to last game. 

Next season will see Frank reunited with his old club Chelsea, as the Blues go head-to-head with Everton during the opening weekend on August 6.

Dressed to impress: Christine carried her essentials in a white Chloé trench bag as she enjoyed a break from sunbathing

Dressed to impress: Christine carried her essentials in a white Chloé trench bag as she enjoyed a break from sunbathing

Say cheese! Christine and her husband Frank are parents to Patricia, three, and Freddie - and the presenter is also stepmother to her husband's daughters Luna, 16, and Isla, 14, from his previous relationship with model Elen Rivas

Say cheese! Christine and her husband Frank are parents to Patricia, three, and Freddie – and the presenter is also stepmother to her husband’s daughters Luna, 16, and Isla, 14, from his previous relationship with model Elen Rivas

Dramatic: Last season saw Frank land the job of Everton manager after they became dangerously close to relegation, and it was a turbulent time for the former England star, landing safety with the team's second to last game

Dramatic: Last season saw Frank land the job of Everton manager after they became dangerously close to relegation, and it was a turbulent time for the former England star, landing safety with the team’s second to last game

Christine recently opened up about how Frank often spends time away from the city to be in Liverpool for his new role as Everton’s manager.

But while Christine is left to stay with their children when Frank is away, she has recently shared that they manage just fine.

She explained to Fabulous: ‘Oh my god, we’ve literally nothing to be moaning about compared to some people. Yes, it’s one less person to lend a hand, but we manage. 

Balanced: Christine is left to stay with their children when Frank is away with his sporting job

Insight: But she recently shared that they manage just fine

Balanced: But while Christine is left to stay with their children when Frank is away with his sporting job, she has recently shared that they manage just fine

Dividing it up: She explained to Fabulous: 'Oh my god, we've literally nothing to be moaning about compared to some people. Yes, it's one less person to lend a hand, but we manage

Dividing it up: She explained to Fabulous: ‘Oh my god, we’ve literally nothing to be moaning about compared to some people. Yes, it’s one less person to lend a hand, but we manage

Juggling it: She added: 'I would never want to sound like I'm remotely ungrateful. It's just logistics. I'm relatively lucky that I'm not working every single day'

Juggling it: She added: ‘I would never want to sound like I’m remotely ungrateful. It’s just logistics. I’m relatively lucky that I’m not working every single day’

Open: 'I've got Loose Women and Lorraine, and everything else fits around that. I feel for single parents or anyone who works 12 hours a day and juggles childcare, because it is really difficult,' she continued

Open: ‘I’ve got Loose Women and Lorraine, and everything else fits around that. I feel for single parents or anyone who works 12 hours a day and juggles childcare, because it is really difficult,’ she continued

‘I would never want to sound like I’m remotely ungrateful. It’s just logistics. I’m relatively lucky that I’m not working every single day.

‘I’ve got Loose Women and Lorraine, and everything else fits around that. I feel for single parents or anyone who works 12 hours a day and juggles childcare, because it is really difficult,’ she continued. 

Christine and Frank met in 2009, after being introduced by Piers Morgan at an award ceremony – going on to tie the knot in 2015.

Mr and Mrs: Christine and Frank met in 2009, after being introduced by Piers Morgan at an award ceremony - going on to tie the knot in 2015

Mr and Mrs: Christine and Frank met in 2009, after being introduced by Piers Morgan at an award ceremony – going on to tie the knot in 2015



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