Loose Women star Christine Lampard has revealed she was anything but a fan of her curly hair while growing up. 

In fact, she hated it so much, she actually begged her mum to stage a very drastic intervention. 

It comes after the mum-of-two posted an adorable snap of her children on social media in which she exclaimed: “The curls are getting curlier”. 

The shot garnered an enthusiast response from her followers, with Rochelle Humes, Kate Thornton and Katie Piper all showing their love for the mass of tight ringlets. 

However, one fan said: “I had curls and cried for my mum to iron the straight as I was growing up.” 

Christine, who has been known for her stunning looks since the start of her television career, was quick to agree: “Me too!” 

She also remarked on the effort it takes to look after Patricia and Freddie’s hair when another fan posted: “Beautiful, but I don’t envy you brushing their hair before going to school in the morning.” 

“You are absolutely right,” responded Christine. 

While Christine, married to footballer Frank Lampard, has been wearing her hair in soft waves in recent times, her hair naturally curly. 

She showed it off for the first time on television in February 2020, while also sharing a throwback to her teen years, as she appeared on ITV’s Lorraine show. 

She said: “This is my natural hair, it has not seen the light of day for 25 years.” 

And she wrote on Twitter: “So, I embraced my natural curl today. This hasn’t seen the light of day for many MANY years. 

“Straighteners changed my life as a teenager but here I am revealing the real me.” 

Christine, who regularly appears on ITV’s Loose Women and stands in for Lorraine Kelly on her morning show, recently celebrated her seventh wedding anniversary with the Everton manager, marking the big day with a social media post declaring her love for Frank. 

An Instagram post that received replies from Lisa Faulkner, Angela Griffin and Mollie King showed Christine on her wedding day wearing a stunning Suzanne Neville gown. 

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