Christine Lampard and husband Frank Lampard have stepped out for the first time since welcoming gorgeous new daughter Patricia Charlotte last week.
The new parents headed for a quick coffee stop as former footballer Frank, 40 jumped out of their car and ran into Cafe Nero on Wednesday.
Loose Women panelist and temporary Lorraine host Christine stayed put in the vehicle, but could be seen looking glamorous as ever despite giving birth just days earlier.
The Irish TV favourite, formerly Christine Bleakley, was dressed in a comfortable looking cardigan as she sat in the passenger seat awaiting her caffeine fix, with her glossy brunette locks falling in loose curls.
Despite no doubt having had a hectic few days, glamorous Christine had a full face of makeup on as she waited for her husband, with mascara on her eyelashes to emphasise her striking eyes, and a bright berry lipstick.
Meanwhile, Derby manager Frank looked a little tired as he stepped out to the cafe, styled in an emerald green knitted and grey jeans.
The married couple announced the news of their baby daughter’s birth to their combined 3.5 million social media followers on Friday.
In a heartwarming photo from hospital – where Christine was inundated with compliments on her appearance – the delighted parents revealed: “Let us introduce you to our little girl. Patricia Charlotte Lampard! We’re so in love”
And in a touching tribute to Frank’s late mother, Patricia – who sadly lost her battle with pneumonia in 2008 – the couple named their daughter after her.
The child is the first for Christine and the third for Frank, who shares daughters Luna, 12, and Isla, 10, with former partner Elen Rivas.
Speaking on Lorraine when she found out she was pregnant, Christine said Frank’s other daughters were “desperate” to have another little girl in the family.
“[Frank’s daughters] are completely beside themselves, more so than I thought they would be. It does have to be a girl though, apparently, that’s the only issue. I can’t guarantee that! They’re desperate for a little girl.”