Christine Lampard, formerly Bleakley, is a 39-year-old Irish television presenter.

The step-mother to husband footballer Frank Lampard’s two children, Luna and Isla, she has had a very successful career in television.

She married her husband in 2015 and has since used his name professionally. 

Christine has had numerous career highlights, including competing on Strictly Come Dancing and coming fifth place.

Christine Lampard net worth

Christine Lampard: Net worth of wife of Frank Lampard and Loose Women presenter revealed

Christine Lampard: Net worth of wife of Frank Lampard and Loose Women presenter revealed

Hugely popular, Lampard has made a huge sum of cash during her career.

She was paid £4 million four signing a four-year contract with ITV.

She presented Dancing on Ice with Phillip Schofield in 2011, 2012 and 2014, and reportedly earned £400 per minute on the show during the time – making her the highest paid TV.

As well as TV work Lampard has done various charity work.

Christine Lampard at her wedding

Christine Lampard: She has had a very successful career in television

She did a water skiing challenge for Sports Relief, raising a whopping £1,321,623 by water skiing across the channel.

How much is Christine Lampard worth? 

While it is not known exactly how much Lampard is worth, it can be assumed it is a hefty sum.

Her marriage to Frank Lampard has also boosted her wealth by association.

Christine Lampard waving

Christine Lampard: She married her husband Frank in 2015, and has since used him name proffessioanly

According to The Richest, Frank Lampard is worth an enormous £30 million.

He recently retired at age 38 from professional football.

The Romford man is the all-time leading goalscorer for Chelsea. He played for the team for 13 years.

Christine Lampard recently revealed that she hated watching rehearsals when presenting Strictly Come Dancing. 

“I know when I was on the show, watching rehearsals, I found it really uncomfortable,” she recalled. “There would be falls all over the place; you could hear the sound of people crashing on to the ice. 

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