Lampard’s wife bans him from naming unborn child after football legends
Christine Lampard, 39, wife of former footballer, Frank Lampard has banned her husband from naming their unborn child after any football legend.
Mrs Lampard has revealed she is leaving the name of her unborn baby in her step-daughters’ hands and has already ruled out the possibility of calling their little one after a footballer, despite her sport star spouse’s wishes, reports Daily Mail.
The TV presenter, who is keeping the sex of her baby a surprise – admitted the family have discussed possible names but are yet to decide on one.
Speaking to the Daily Star about how the name search was going, she confessed: “Calling him or her after any footballer is definitely off the agenda. I’ve warned Frank. We had a few discussions and it won’t be happening.”
Christine revealed her step-daughters Luna, 12, and Isla, 10, have already been flicking through the baby books and have made some suggestions.
Asked if there was already a name in mind, she dished: “Not really, well, sort of. We kind of have, the girls have, but nothing is definite at all.”