Frank and Christine Lampard have been making the most of the sunshine in France after jetting off to Antibes with their daughter, Patricia.
The couple took the trip to the South of France to celebrate the football manager’s 41st birthday, spending some quality family time together with their baby girl.
Frank, Christine and Patricia were snapped taking a walk at the Eden Roc Hotel on Sunday afternoon, a favourite spot for celebrities staying in Antibes.
The couple – who share nine-month-old Patricia, took some well-deserved time off from their busy schedules to spend the week enjoying some down time on the Cote d’Azur.
As well as Frank’s 41st birthday, the weekend also marked nine months since their daughter was born, with Christine sharing the news on Instagram.
She posted, ‘My cute little love. Nine months old already’, alongside a photo of Frank holding the baby in front of a picturesque view.
Frank also has two other daughters, Luna, 13, and Isla, 12, with his former fiancée Elen Rivas and is rumoured to be leaving his role as manager of Derby County Football Club.
Sources claim he is set to leave his role after just one season to take over as manager of Chelsea following the departure of Maurizio Sarri.
Earlier this year, Christine revealed her fears that becoming a mother could change her relationship with Frank, telling the Loose Women panel, ‘I suppose it was a question I [thought about].
‘I certainly didn’t focus on it or was like, “Oh no what if everything changes afterwards?” I think that comes with having a baby a little older in life.’
The couple named their daughter Patricia after Frank’s mother, who died before he met Christine.
With Christine and Frank working non-stop in TV and football respectively, they will no doubt be making the most of their well-deserved relaxing birthday break in the sun.
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