And 39-year-old Christine has also revealed how she's feeling ahead of the birth of her first child with former footballer Frank.
The gorgeous wife of footballer Frank looked glowing in her latest Loose Women outfit - and her look was put together by Holly Willoughby's stylist Angie Smith, who remarked on her Instagram page that she could see the first traces of Christine's tiny baby bump.
In that classic kind of anxious, nervous, sort of superstitious way, we want to get the big scan done first and then you can open up and start to tell people, because I've been really nervous.
"The Lampard family is growing!" Christine's dress was from high end brand Goat - which coincidently is a brand the Duchess of Cambridge wore on many occasions throughout her third pregnancy whilst carrying Prince Louis.
Christine shared the same image with the caption: "The Lampard family are expanding!" I feel SO excited, nervous and grateful! "The list of emotions is endless". Christine said: "It's one of those things that I understand".
"There are some things you can not control and life is about being happy with what you have". Everyone seems to be fascinated by my body clock. I've seen it and he's proved he's incredible. I'm not getting stressed or unhappy.
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Bruns has pleaded not guilty, according to public records, and is due back in Brooklyn Supreme Court on June 13. Hawaii actress Loretta Ables Sayre , a friend of Miles', expressed her condolences on Facebook.
She added: 'I'm a believer in what will be will be'.
Since sharing their news on social media, the happy couple - who have been together six years - have been inundated with congratulations and well wishes from fans and celebrity pals.
Piers Morgan had previously revealed how they met - and how he played matchmaker.
The ex-Chelsea player took to Instagram to reveal the very exciting news with his 2.9 million followers.
Christine said her stepdaughters are looking forward to having a new baby brother or sister, and that "to say they are excited doesn't do it justice at all".