Christine bleakley dating
Nearly four years after getting engaged, Christine Bleakley and Frank Lampard still haven’t tied the knot – but it sounds like there could be a baby on the horizon. TV presenter Christine is used to being around kids; since getting together with football star Frank, 36, she has been a doting stepmum to his daughters with ex-girlfriend Elen Rivas, Luna, nine, and Isla, seven.
Christine admits she’d like to have children after marrying Frank and it sounds likehis girls are keen for that to happen sooner rather than later.
She already has a close bond with Luna and Isla, something she thinks was helped by not rushing into things.
‘I’ve been in their lives for five years now,’ the presenter explains. ‘I made a conscious decision not to meet them for a while, purely because I wanted to make sure he and I were the real thing.
More recently, Bleakley has presented factual series for ITV including Off The Beaten Track (2013) and Wild Ireland (2015).
Since 2016, she has been a presenter of the ITV lunchtime chat show Loose Women.
He had been waiting for her at a table at the back.
Arriving at the pub a little late, the One Show presenter, 30, was adamant there was nothing more than a friendly attachment to the £120,000-a-week player.
Meanwhile Christine is thought to have invited Susanna Reid and her former that it will be an "intimate affair" and they want to keep their big day as private as possible."Christine and Frank have had the date set for a while but have been trying to keep it under wraps," the source said."They want it to be an intimate affair and have only invited close friends and family." The couple have also reportedly invited a very special entertainer to perform – Ed Sheeran.The singer, who also performed at Ronan and Storm Keating's wedding in July, is said to be trying to rearrange his schedule so he can make the couple's reception.Ed Sheeran has been asked to perform at the couple's wedding reception "Ed is keen but already has something in the diary that day, so he is trying to move things around in order to make it," the source said.