Christine Lampard looks chic in blazer and jeans as she and husband Frank take baby son Freddie on walk

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Christine Lampard put on a typically chic display as she stepped out for a casual stroll with her husband Frank and their baby son Freddie.

The Loose Women panellist looked sensational in a cream coloured top which she styled with a pair of skinny ankle-grazing jeans for her outing in London on Thursday.

The 42 year old added a chic black blazer for some warmth and ensured to wear a stylish leopard print mask to help limit the spread of coronavirus.

Opting for maximum comfort, Christine wore a pair of stylish beige coloured flat shoes and carried her essentials in a purse tucked under her arm.

Her brunette locks were styled into a casual low bun, and she relied on her naturally striking features with only a simple slick of make-up.

Christine's former professional footballer husband Frank wore a green top, casual black joggers and a black jacket as he pushed their newborn in his stroller.

Christine gave birth to her second child, a baby boy, with her husband Frank on Monday 15 March.

The doting pair are also parents to their two year old daughter Patricia.

While the couple are thrilled to have two children together, it appears they're in no rush to add to their brood in the future.

A friend exclusively told OK! Online that Christine and her former Chelsea manager husband won't be thinking of having any more children as their family is now "complete".

"It will be the end of their family – there won't be any more little Lampards! They feel blessed and complete," they told us.

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

Christine announced the happy news of baby Freddie's arrival as she shared a photo of herself breastfeeding him on Instagram.

The presenter wrote in the caption: "Let us introduce you to our newest addition. ..Frederick (Freddie) George Lampard!

"We are completely in love @franklampard."

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