Loose Women star Christine Lampard shared a sweet photo of her sons Patricia and Frederick wearing Everton football jerseys to support Frank after he joined Everton.
Christine Lampard shared an adorable photo of her kids showing their support for dad Frank.
The Loose Women star, 43, posted two cute photos of her one-year-old son Frederick and three-year-old daughter Patricia holding hands in their Everton football uniforms.
In the images, Freddie and Patricia’s names are printed on the back of their football jerseys as they wear the full kit, including the team’s shorts and socks, after Frank Lampard was named Everton manager earlier this year.
The first photograph shared by Christine, who recently vowed to haunt Frank if he ever found love again, shows the brother and sister holding hands and the two are seen strolling in the second.
Both the little ones have their curly curls, which they likely got from their mother, tied up and away from their faces.
As Christine, who is also a stepmother to Frank’s children Luna and Isla, shared a photo of her two adorable children, she wrote in the caption, “All outfitted! @everton @franklampard” followed by the hashtags #Everton and #Toffees, which is the team’s nickname.
Friends and famous fans of mother-of-two Christine took to the comments to talk about the rare photos of the siblings.
Loose Women star Nadia Sawalha wrote: “Awww and those curls! You gotta get back to curls!!”
While RHOC star Tanya Bardsley added, “Oh my god, so adorable.” Jamie Redknapp simply posted two red heart emojis and Holly Willoughby added: “Oh my…soooo cute.”
Meanwhile, one fan said, “Awwww so adorable,” and another wrote, “This is so cute. They’re dressed in the best kit, hope it brings us some luck this season,” followed by a blue heart emoji.
He added: “My heart is melting.”
Christine’s husband Frank, 44, was named Everton’s manager in January this year. It has been confirmed that he will take on the role for at least two and a half years until June 2024.
As the news was announced, Frank said: “It is a great honor for me to represent and manage a club of the size and tradition of Everton Football Club. I am very hungry to start.
“After speaking with the owner, president and board, I felt their passion and ambition very much. I hope they felt my ambition and how much I want to work to bring it together.
“You can feel the passion that Everton fans have for their club. That will be extremely important. As a team – the competitive level that the Premier League brings and the position we are in the table – we certainly need that. It’s a two-way street. I think Everton is a unique club where you can really understand what the fans want to see, the first thing they want is to fight and want and that should always be our baseline.
“My first message to the players will be that we have to do this together. We will try to do our job and I know the fans will be there supporting us.”
The signing came a year after Frank was sacked as manager of the Chelsea Football Team 18 months after being hired as manager of the club, which would have left Christine “heartbroken” at the time.
A source told New!: “Christine is feeling very emotional.
“After Christine and the family, the love of Frank’s life is Chelsea, so for him to lose his job was heartbreaking for Christine.”