CHRISTINE Bleakley clearly hasn’t aged given her school days after a throwback snap of the 29-year-old was revealed.
Entertainment match Ross King, 55, insisted a picture of Christine in a blazer was shown on today’s Lorraine, much to Christine’s embarrassment.
But she needn’t have been worried as she looked almost matching some-more than 20 years ago.
Speaking from LA, impertinent Ross incidentally insisted: “I wish to see the pic of you in your blazer. Come on, everybody wants to see it.”
Christine wasn’t as enthusiastic, replying: “Really? Oh my gosh, what are you bringing that up for? Oh my integrity me, all those years ago.”
However, Ross pronounced what everybody was thinking, saying: “No change.”
The picture of Christine in a school uniform could have been taken while Christine was study for her A levels in Belfast.
TV horde Christine is happily married to retired footballer Frank Lampard.
Last month Frank told Emma Barnett on The Emma Barnett Show on BBC Radio 5 Live: “I had been on my own for a year, singular for a year, and I’d had a very tough time with my mum, and we was in a formidable place.
“And we don’t need to go into that, but it was tough, and we was operative and that was my get-out from a very tough year for myself.”
The retired Premier League player lost his silent Pat to pneumonia in Apr 2008.
He continued: “But assembly Christine was totally fortifying for me because, we contend adore at first sight, but we met, and very fast we kind of changed in together and were inseparable.”
Frank, who has two children with Christine, has formerly oral about how, shortly after they met, he flew off to an England diversion and he and his wife-to-be spoke on the phone every night for a few hours at a time.
He said: “And we fell in love, she brought the ideal change to my life. And the universe that she’s in creates it, say, easier.”
The father of daughters Luna and Isla also non-stop up about what it was like having so much press courtesy in the early years of their relationship.
He said: “We had a very tough first few months, since all eyes were on – we had papparazzi sitting in cars outward the house, we couldn’t walk down the road, and that’s the conflicting of what we are.
“We’re very private and like to keep ourselves to ourselves.
“But that did die down so we’re very wakeful of media universe for Christine, my football universe – they’re opposite worlds but they’re very identical in terms of what they bring around themselves, so we’re very wakeful of the worlds we’re in and we’re very happy. Simple as that.”
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