Christine Lampard looks stunning in her red midi-length dress when she joins Frank, her suiting husband at Ant McPartlin’s wedding to Anne Marie Corbett
Christine Lampard, a radiant redhead in her wedding dress to Frank Lampard in Hampshire, looked stunning as she arrived at Ant McPartlin’s ceremony for Anne-Marie Corbett.
As she photographed outside of church with former Chelsea footballer Chelsea player 43, the TV presenter showed off her tight waist.
After applying her flawless makeup, she tied back her dark brown locks, which allowed for several strands to be swept over her face.
WOW! Christine Lampard looked stunning in her red midi gown as she arrived at Ant McPartlin’s wedding to Anne Marie Corbett with Frank, her suit-wearing husband.
The ex-host of The One Show wore a black leather purse with a silver steel watch on the left wrist.
For the star-studded event, she stepped up with black heels and delicate pearl earrings.
Frank, a footballer, put on an elegant display while posing for photographs with the beautiful backdrop of the church’s flower arch.
Look good: 42-year-old TV presenter looked great in a red midi dress with flower-shaped cutouts.
Happily married: Christine tied back her dark-brown locks, giving her the option to let a variety of loose strands fall over her face.
Frank, a footballer, was all smiles in his navy blue suit with tie.
He was wearing a pair of smart brown leather shoes with a sleek cut and his hair styled into a gelled bun.
The wedding was attended by approximately 125 guests. Anne-Marie arrived at 12:45 pm, and Anne-Marie followed at 12.45pm. __S.25__
Ant, the Best Man of Dec., gave an infectious smile while Ant walked into the Hampshire church in his black suit and tie.
Ant and Dec wore a lilac flower corsage and smiled at photographers while they took photos under the stunning floral wall. Celebrity guests Phillip Schofield and Alesha Dickinson arrived shortly afterwards.
A close bond: Ant McPartlin smiled beamingly as he arrived at Anne-Marie Corbett’s wedding with Declan Donnelly, his Best Man.
This is after preparations made last minute to the church’s exterior this morning, as the rain threatened to dampen the day.
As the rain began to fall, flower walls and arches were built around the location in the quiet village.
Beautiful hydrangeas, roses and other flowers in pastel and green colors lined the walls as staff wore raincoats to ensure everything was perfect.
As last-minute supplies were arriving, staff members were also seen gathering at the venue to shield themselves from torrential downpours.
Publited Sat, 07 August 2021 at 12:59:21 +0000