Christine Lampard and husband Frank put on loved up display as they enjoy stroll with daughter Patricia

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Christine and Frank Lampard have been seen enjoying some quality time together with their daughter.

The pair looked casual as Loose Women star Christine, 41, donned a simple black v-neck short-sleeved top with black leggings and matching black trainers.

The brunette beauty, who recently wowed on the beach while in France with her family, styled her dark hair back into a low ponytail and offered a smile to the camera as she pushed her daughter Patricia along in a stroller.

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Keeping the accessories to a minimum, the doting mum wore nothing but a tan-coloured handbag strapped across her front and appeared to have no make up on for the outing.

Patricia, one, seemed relaxed as she sat in the stroller wearing a white long-sleeved jumper with blue shorts and mustard-coloured shoes.

Former professional footballer Frank looked equally as happy as his wife with a smile across his face as he walked their little dog, Minnie.

The 42 year old donned a grey long-sleeved gym top with navy blue tracksuit bottoms and white trainers alongside a blue cap on his head.

The pair, who were recently seen holding hands as they went on a date night, both had cups of hot coffee as they took in the green scenery and fresh air.

It comes as Christine recently told new magazine that not seeing her family in Northern Ireland was the worst part of lockdown amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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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."

When she was finally able to see her parents she explained that it was an "emotional" reunion.

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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," she explained.

Christine continued: "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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