Christine Lampard offered up a glimpse of her naturally curly locks when she guest-hosted Lorraine on Friday.
The former This Morning host, 44, cut a graceful figure in a ruched green midi dress with long sleeves as she filled in for Lorraine Kelly on the daytime show.
The Northern Irish broadcaster accessorized her trendy look with a pair of beige strappy heels.
Her long dark tresses were styled in perfect beachy waves that perfectly framed her sensational look, going for a different option instead of her typically straight locks.
The TV favorite kept her jewelry to a minimum, but donned a seriously chic option with tiny shimmering earrings, a diamond bracelet, and dainty matching rings.
Stunning: Christine Lampard offered up a glimpse of her natural curly locks (left) when she guest-hosted Lorraine on Friday (pictured right with her hair straight at Loose Women in Wednesda)
In style: The former This Morning presenter, 44, cut a graceful figure in a ruched green midi dress with long sleeves that flattered her toned figure (LR pictured with Nirpal Dhaliwal and Paul Carrick Brunson)
The former Dancing On Ice host showed off her natural features with a subtle makeup palette, opting for a rosy blush and peach lipstick.
The star, who also hosted Lorraine on Thursday and joined the Loose Women panel on Wednesday, has provided rare insight into the blended family she shares with husband Frank and their battle with anxiety.
During an interview early last month, the TV presenter opened up about being a mother to Patricia, four, and Freddie, two, as well as daughters Luna, 17, and Isla, 15, whom Frank shares with his ex, Elen Rivas, 48.
speaking to Women and Home magazine, Christina He said: ‘Freddie just turned two, so it’s a whirlwind.
“They are both fun and wonderful and exhausting. I think they’ve sucked all the energy out of me, but it’s worth it.
The Loose Women star said about her marriage to Frank: ‘We tried to prioritize the needs of others and the children, but when I was still playing football, I was away at least two or three nights a week and then trained.
“Now, we do our best to go out for lunch or dinner, or spend a night on the couch when we can.”
The brunette beauty also explained that her life is very different now than when she met Frank’s daughters and that she can’t remember her previous life, adding: “Being part of a blended family is lovely.” I don’t remember life before that now.
New look: Her long dark tresses were styled into perfect beach waves (pictured with Inbetweeners star Blake Harrison)
‘When I met Isla and Luna, they were two and four years old; they are now 16 and almost 18 and have just taken their GCSEs and A Levels.
Christine also confessed that she sometimes has problems with her mental health.
She said: ‘I’m not positive all the time. I have flat days like everyone else, but I take advantage of small victories, which is what my mother always taught me to do.
He also used to say, ‘Your health is your wealth.’ We don’t spend flashy vacations abroad like my friends, but I remember my early childhood as a happy time because I grew up feeling grateful for little things.
‘I suffered a lot of anxiety as a result of growing up during the riots. My dad was a musician at a time when people would go to restaurants or bars and shoot around them. I couldn’t sleep until I heard dad’s car on the stones outside.
She added: ‘Sometimes I still get that feeling at night, but now it’s run by kids. Sometimes I have to convince myself to get off the ledge.
Christine, who gave birth to her second son, Freddie, in March 2021, also explained how she credits walking for keeping her little frame in shape.
She said: ‘I swear by walking to keep fit. My sister lost seven stones in her late teens, just by walking.
Blended family: Christine Lampard has revealed that life is very different than when she met her husband Frank’s children, now aged 16 and almost 18 (pictured in 2015)
“I like the gym and a class, but I can’t get motivated to go, but I can walk four or five miles with the two children in the stroller and the dog by my side.
“My hair started falling out and I lost a lot of it after I had the kids, so I started taking vitamins.”
His comments come after Loose Women, a show Christine sometimes hosts and has announced her first live tour.
The hit lunchtime talk show, which has a weekly reach of 2.9 million people, will trade the studio for the stage as it hits the road with an iconic panel, kicking off at Birmingham Symphony Hall this fall and visiting 16 locations throughout September.