Christine and Frank Lampard put on stylish display for lunch

Christine and Frank Lampard look like the ultimate stylish couple as they head for a light lunch in Mayfair

They welcomed a son named Freddie into the world in March. 

And Christine and Frank Lampard looked like the ultimate power couple on Friday as they arrived in style at an Italian restaurant in Mayfair. 

The presenter, 42, looked chic in a black tuxedo blazer and skinny jeans while her partner, 42, rocked a navy jacket and chinos for the outing without their beloved children. 

Best fashion foot forward: Christine and Frank Lampard looked like the ultimate power couple on Friday as they arrived in style at an Italian restaurant in Mayfair

Christine added a touch of sparkle with an embroidered top and boosted her height with leather and suede boots. 

She draped a classic Louis Vuitton tote bag over her arm as she was seen clutching a leopard print face mask. 

Christine added a pop of colour with red lipstick and styled her signature brunette tresses in tousled waves.  

The mother-of-two accesorised tastefully with gold hoop earrings and a delicate silver bracelet as she was spotted walking down the street with her husband. 

Smart: The presenter, 42, looked chic in a black tuxedo blazer and skinny jeans while her partner, 42, rocked a navy jacket and chinos for the outing without their beloved children

Frank’s khaki shirt peeked out from underneath his low-key jacket as he opted for practical black trainers. 

He swept his trimmed locks over to the side in a smart hairdo and prioritised safety with a black face mask. 

The couple were seen exiting the high-end venue together.  

On Thursday, Frank discussed how he has enjoyed spending some downtime with his family following the birth of his son after being sacked as Chelsea manager.

The football legend welcomed a baby boy – Freddie – with his wife Christine two months ago, while they are also parents to their daughter Patricia, two.

These boots are made for walkin’: Christine added a touch of sparkle with an embroidered top and boosted her height with leather and suede boots

Expensive taste: She draped a classic Louis Vuitton tote bag over her arm as she was seen clutching a leopard print face mask

Slick of make-up: Christine added a pop of colour with red lipstick and styled her signature brunette tresses in tousled waves

 Finishing touches: The mother-of-two accesorised tastefully with gold hoop earrings and a delicate silver bracelet as she was spotted walking down the street with her husband

Frank has now spoken to Daily Mail columnist Jamie Redknapp about how his axe from the club allowed him to spend more time with Christine and the kids. 

After being asked by Jamie how he has been feeling since leaving Chelsea, Frank said: ‘My son, Freddie, was born two months ago. I’ve been able to enjoy that and being at home with my girls.’ 

Frank went on to explain that when Patricia was born he was ‘engrossed’ in his work as manager at Derby, while his experience with Freddie has been different. 

He said: ‘Certainly a managerial career means much more sacrifice than as a player. For instance, Patricia was born when I was manager at Derby and I was engrossed in my work. Being there this time has been the big positive.’

Street style: Frank’s khaki shirt peeked out from underneath his low-key jacket as he opted for practical black trainers

Pandemic: Frank swept his trimmed locks over to the side in a smart hairdo and prioritised safety with a black face mask

Handsome couple: The couple were seen exiting the high-end venue together

Arm candy: They crossed the road and headed home as Frank flashed his sleek silver watch

Catch-up: Christine gave an effortless grin as she chatted to her partner who walked behind her

Frank also discussed how he has received some words of reassurance from fellow managers including Crystal Palace boss Roy Hodgson. 

He divulged: ‘The other positive is reflection. I’ve spoken to some top managers over the last few months. All of them, first and foremost, said: ‘You’re not a manager until you’ve been sacked.’ 

‘It was a hit, but then I started the reflection process. I didn’t want to sit at home and throw blame elsewhere. It was more: ‘What can I do better?’ 

‘Roy Hodgson was amazing. I spoke to Roy a week after leaving Chelsea and he gave me some of the best calm, collected advice. I’m always willing to listen to these managers.’

Time to relax! On Thursday, he discussed how he has enjoyed spending some downtime with his family following the birth of his son after being sacked as Chelsea manager (pictured in 2020)

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