New mum Christine Lampard will be heading back to work this week, just three months after having daughter Patricia.
The presenter, who turned 40 earlier this week, is due to appear on tomorrow’s Loose Women as a panellist.
Her return was confirmed by host Ruth Langsford at the end of today’s instalment of ITV chat show.
“Tomorrow will be Christine’s first show,” Ruth said, highlighting how the Northern Irish TV personality has been focusing on her family for the past few months.
Christine has been keeping a low profile on social media since Patricia’s birth – although she has shared the odd peek at her and footballing husband Frank’s first child together.
A few weeks ago however Christine let on she was finally able to have her hair done professionally after being so busy with her baby she hardly had any free time to wash it.
And most recently she shared an idyllic snap on Instagram taken by her hubby during a family walk in the Derbyshire countryside with Patricia and their dog Minnie.
The Loose Women Instagram account has been keeping Christine in mind, however, recently celebrating both her milestone birthday and her family stroll with the account’s near 400,000 followers.
However, it is not known whether Christine is expected to be back on the show on a regular basis.
“Be nice to see her back,” said one fan on Facebook.
“Can’t wait for you to come back,” added another.
Christine is also step-mum to Luna, 13, and 11-year-old Isla, Frank’s two daughters with Elen Rivas.
– Loose Women airs on weekdays on ITV at 12.30pm
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