Christine Lampard admits she barely left her house when pregnant with son Freddie due to Covid fears

Christine Lampard has admitted she barely left her home when pregnant with son Freddie, because she was “afraid of being out and about” and getting Covid.

The presenter, 42, welcomed son Freddie, who she shares with husband Frank Lampard, five months ago during the corona crisis.

And while speaking to Dr. Amir Khan during her guest presentation on Lorraine, Christine shared how she spent much of her time indoors because she was unsure of the consequences of getting covid during pregnancy.

Honest: Christine Lampard admitted she barely left her house when pregnant with son Freddie because she was ‘afraid of being out’ and getting Covid

The two discussed the announcement of a new clinical trial that will explore the best vaccine dose gap for pregnant women, which the scientists hope will reassure expectant mothers about the safety of the covid shots.

Discussing the trial, Amir noted, “Any information we can get about the safety of these vaccines during pregnancy is important and will save lives in the future.”

Christine then gave her opinion based on her own experience, with the star noting that she was afraid of contracting the virus while pregnant.

Candid: In a conversation with Dr.  Amir Khan during her guest presentation on Lorraine, Christine shared how she spent much of her time indoors because she was unsure of the consequences of getting covid during pregnancy (pictured with baby Freddie after giving birth)

Candid: In a conversation with Dr. Amir Khan during her guest presentation on Lorraine, Christine shared how she spent much of her time indoors because she was unsure of the consequences of getting covid during pregnancy (pictured with baby Freddie after giving birth)

She said, “It wasn’t offered when I was pregnant and oddly enough I stayed in the house a lot because I was so afraid of going out and catching it, not knowing what the consequences would be.”

She continued, “So it’s an interesting trial for all those pregnant women who are afraid of what the future will bring in the next nine months.”

It comes after the Loose Women star spoke of welcoming her ‘surprise’ son Freddie and her post-baby body in a candid new interview.

Discussion: Discussing the trial, Amir noted: 'Any information we can get about the safety of these vaccines during pregnancy is important and will save lives in the future'

Discussion: Discussing the trial, Amir noted: ‘Any information we can get about the safety of these vaccines during pregnancy is important and will save lives in the future’

Fears: Christine then gave her opinion based on her own experience, with the star noting that she was afraid of contracting the virus during pregnancy

Fears: Christine then gave her opinion based on her own experience, with the star noting that she was afraid of contracting the virus during pregnancy

The presenter, who is also mother to daughter Patricia, two, said it had taken some adjustment to welcome a boy after three girls, including Frank’s daughters from a previous relationship.

She told the Mirror: ‘It’s brilliant. He is a very happy little creature, so far, happy. Freddie nestled beautifully into our lives. He is very easy going and just sits there and stares and smiles a lot. Really, that’s it. He’s just brilliant.

“So we feel very blessed to have him, I must say. I don’t take it all for granted.’

Adorable: Christine recently discussed welcoming her 'surprise' son Freddie and her post-baby body in a candid new interview

Adorable: Christine recently discussed welcoming her ‘surprise’ son Freddie and her post-baby body in a candid new interview

Christine said she initially wondered if she would have children of her own because she was nervous about the stress of parenthood, but when she found out she was pregnant with Patricia, her perspective changed.

The star ruled out adding to her and Frank’s blended family, saying, “No, I don’t think so. Freddie was a lovely little surprise. Frankly, I think I’m done with surprises. I think we’re very lucky to have those two. We are very satisfied, we really are.’

Reflecting on her post-baby body, Christine said she’s embraced the “lumps and bumps” associated with post-pregnancy.

Family: The presenter is mum to Freddie, five months, and Patricia, two, who she shares with husband Frank Lampard (above with baby Patricia)

Family: The presenter is mum to Freddie, five months, and Patricia, two, who she shares with husband Frank Lampard (above with baby Patricia)

Christine, who placed 3rd in her first pregnancy, said she “cares less now than I ever did” and wanted to take her time before throwing herself back into the gym.

Last month, Christine said she and her husband Frank were “very lucky” to be with her for the birth of their son Freddie amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

Making her first TV appearance since giving birth in Lorraine, Christine said: “Frank was able to be there but we were very lucky, there were so many women in the early stages who didn’t have that chance, just awful.

“He couldn’t attend the appointments, but he was there for the big day.”

She told the Mirror: 'It's brilliant.  He is a very happy little creature, so far, happy.  Freddie nestled beautifully into our lives.  He is very easy going'

She told the Mirror: ‘It’s brilliant. He is a very happy little creature, so far, happy. Freddie nestled beautifully into our lives. He is very easy going’

Christine, who presents Lorraine for four weeks this summer, said she felt “isolated” and “lonely” during her pregnancy during the pandemic.

She said: ‘So many people have been through such terrible times in the past year and being pregnant during that time was unusual, you felt isolated and quite lonely.

“Going to the hospital for a baby is positive, but you’ve also had moments where you thought, this isn’t ideal.

“We obviously made it through and he was there on the big day and we were out of the hospital relatively quickly.”

Pouring over Freddie, Christine added: “He’s been a wonderful little baby and has slipped seamlessly into the family, he’s been a wonderful little addition. He’s been four months. He’s just great, a little boy in the house.

Daughter: Christine said she initially wondered if she would have children of her own because she was nervous about the stress of parenthood - but when she found out she was pregnant with Patricia her perspective changed

Daughter: Christine said she initially wondered if she would have children of her own because she was nervous about the stress of parenthood – but when she found out she was pregnant with Patricia her perspective changed

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