Christine Bleakley on moving to New York with Frank Lampard: ‘We have two little girls to look out for’

Christine Bleakley is looking for a new apartment in New York for her, fiancé Frank Lampard and his two daughters


by Kayleigh Dray |
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Christine Bleakley is already a wonderful stepmother to Frank Lampard's daughters Luna, 8, and Isla, 6, from his seven-year relationship with Elen Rivas.

Now that footballer Frank has signed a contract with New York City, Christine has revealed that she will be moving to the Big Apple with him.


And, more importantly, she has said that the couple are looking for a FOUR bedroom condo so there is room for Luna and Isla to come to stay.

She explained: "We’re looking for an apartment."

Christine Bleakley and Frank Lampard
Christine Bleakley and Frank Lampard


"I’ve been here before, but you need a feel for the place. Don’t want to get it wrong. People are helping but, basically, just Frank and I are looking.

“Ideal is a view. Four bedrooms. He has two little girls we want to look out for."

It's unsurprising that Christine is so keen to make a home for Frank's little girls; the footballer recently praised his wife-to-be on the way she has taken to the role of stepmother.

[READ: FRANK LAMPARD ADMITS HE DOESN'T KNOW IF HE AND CHRISTINE BLEAKLEY WILL EVER HAVE KIDS OF THEIR OWN]( " Frank Lampard praises Christine Bleakley as an "amazing" step mum – but admits he "doesn't know" if they'll ever have kids together")

He said: “I’ve got two girls and ­Christine’s done amazingly becoming a step-parent to them.

"She’s been in the girls’ lives for four years now, she’s completely taken to it. It’s not an easy role as any step-parent knows.”

Christine Bleakley and Frank Lampard

Meanwhile, Christine has also insisted that she will never be a WAG who lives off her partner's earnings.

She explained: “I’m easygoing. I’ll try to make this work for him but don’t want to live off him.

"Back home, I’m on Ireland’s channel and do ITV documentaries — a music special, an Ireland and Britain tour.

"Still doing that until his season starts. With all this to-ing-and-fro-ing, no idea what my career here will be."

We wonder if Christine will forge a television career in the United States?

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