Christine Lampard is now a multi-millionaire with £2.5m in the bank and £10m house

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LOOSE Women presenter Christine Lampard is sitting on a £2.5 million nest egg, new figures have revealed.

The popular TV personality’s firm Chrisola Entertainment filed books this week that show it’s got a healthy bottom line of £2.516 million in cash and assets.

According to Companies House, the firm receives money from Christine’s “television programme production activities”.

The TV “production activities” no doubt include her Loose Women hosting duties as well as her regular stand-in stints for Lorraine Kelly on her morning show Lorraine.

The Northern Irish host is estimated to have picked up £4 million for a four-year contract with ITV after quitting the BBC – where bosses had offered her around £1.8 m for a two-year deal.

On top of her company records, Christine also shares an estimated £10million home with husband and Chelsea manager Frank in London.

The couple have been isolating in the jaw-dropping abode with their one-year-old daughter Patricia as well as Frank’s daughters Luna and Isla from his former relationship with Elen Rivas.

In April, Christine gave viewers a glimpse of her spacious open plan home when Loose Women staged a one-off episode during the coronavirus crisis in honour of ITV’s NHS day.

At the time, the TV star joined the panel from her stylish living room, which featured a neutral palette of black, white and grey.

Christine’s presenting career began on BBC Northern Ireland.

There she presented a series of shows before finding fame on BBC One while presenting The One Show alongside Adrian Chiles.

She famously quit the BBC for a big money move to ITV to present Daybreak in 2010 with Adrian.

As well as her TV work, Christine took part in Strictly Come Dancing in 2008 – and she came in fifth place.

The presenter previously presented Dancing On Ice from 2012 to 2014 alongside Phillip Schofield and regularly stands in for ITV’s Lorraine when Lorraine Kelly is off.

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