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Christine Lampard has ‘baby brain’

OHMYGOSSIP — Christine Lampard is suffering from ‘baby brain’ and admits her head is “all over the place” looking after her young daughter.
The 40-year-old television host has admitted that since having her ninth-month-old daughter Patricia with her husband Frank Lampard she struggles to stay organised and even just trying to get out of the house with her baby can be a mammoth task as she “can’t seem to pack a bag”.
Speaking on ITV panel show ‘Loose Women’ on Monday (10.06.19), she said: “I feel alright, I think! My head is just all over the place, my little one is nine months now and I don’t know whether I’m coming or going. It takes me 24 hours to get out of the house, I can’t seem to pack a bag.”
Christine’s most common problem is that she will get out of the house and then realise she has forgotten an essential product that Patricia needs to stay content and happy.
She added: “I just can’t seem to get myself out of the house in the time that I need to. If I need to get out the house at 13:00 I’ll leave the house and think, ‘Oh, I’ve left that thing with the dummies. I’ve forgot that.’ Then I’m back in again, it’s just a disaster.”
‘Baby brain’ is an apparent phenomenon which leads to new mothers losing concentration, becoming forgetful and having their decision-making impaired.
Christine has previously admitted that since becoming a mother she has “missed home” as her parents Mina and Frederick Bleakley live in Northern Ireland whilst she is in England.
She said: “I’m lucky enough that my parents were there and very much part of that the sort of massive day.
“But since it, I’ve missed home terribly just because my parents are back home in Northern Ireland and haven’t been quite brave enough to get on a plane with the baby yet because I’m scared in case she starts to cry for the whole hour. So I haven’t quite ventured that yet so they’ve come to me the whole time and it makes you fully appreciate what your mum and dad have been through with you and you want your parents to be very much a part of it and she’s the first grandchild in our family so she’s very much adored.”

Source: Herald Mail Media
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