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Frank Lampard looks dejected as he walks his dog with Christine as Everton face relegation


Frank Lampard looks dejected as he walks his dog with wife Christine after Everton fell to the Premier League relegation zone

Frank Lampard cut a sullen figure as he stepped out in west London with his wife Christine on Monday, after his side Everton were beaten by Liverpool 2-0 on Sunday to put them in the relegation zone.

The football manager, 43, was seen walking his dog with his wife, also 43, who looked typically stylish in a black blazer and jeans.

The presenter walked past her hubby in a pair of gladiator sandals and carried her essentials in a coordinating black handbag.

Glum: Frank Lampard cut a sullen figure by dating his wife Christine on Monday, after his Everton side were beaten by Liverpool on Sunday to put them in the relegation zone

Glum: Frank Lampard cut a sullen figure by dating his wife Christine on Monday, after his Everton side were beaten by Liverpool on Sunday to put them in the relegation zone

Meanwhile, Frank hid his eyes behind a pair of sunglasses, while wearing a navy sweater and matching jacket.

The couple enjoyed some well-deserved quality time in London on the day off, as Frank often spends time away from the city to be in Liverpool for his new role as Everton manager.

Christine and Frank are parents to three-year-old Patricia and 13-month-old Freddie – while Frank has daughters Luna, 16, and Isla, 14, from his previous relationship with model Elen Rivas.

Fashion-forward: The football manager, 43, was seen walking his dog with his wife, also 43, who looked typically stylish in a black blazer and jeans

Fashion-forward: The football manager, 43, was seen walking his dog with his wife, also 43, who looked typically stylish in a black blazer and jeans

Stylish: The presenter walked past her hubby in a pair of gladiator sandals and stowed her essentials in a coordinating black handbag

Stylish: The presenter walked past her hubby in a pair of gladiator sandals and stowed her essentials in a coordinating black handbag

But while Christine has to stay with their kids when Frank is at Liverpool, she recently shared that they’re doing just fine, telling Fabulous: “Oh my god, we literally have nothing to complain about compared to some people. .” Yes, it’s one less person to lend a hand, but we’re getting by.

“I would never want to appear ungrateful from a distance. It’s just logistics. I’m relatively lucky not to work every day.

“I have Loose Women and Lorraine, and everything else revolves around that. I feel for single parents or anyone who works 12 hour days and juggles childcare because it’s really hard,” she continued.

Casual: Meanwhile, Frank hid his eyes behind a pair of sunglasses, while wearing a navy jumper and matching jacket

Casual: Meanwhile, Frank hid his eyes behind a pair of sunglasses, while wearing a navy jumper and matching jacket

Busy working lives: The couple enjoyed some well-deserved quality time in London for the day off, as Frank often spends time away from the city to be in Liverpool for his new role as Everton manager

Busy working lives: The couple enjoyed some well-deserved quality time in London for the day off, as Frank often spends time away from the city to be in Liverpool for his new role as Everton manager

Christine and Frank met in 2009, after being introduced by Piers Morgan at an awards ceremony – they later married in 2015.

It comes as Frank accused referee Stuart Attwell of favoritism after claiming Everton were denied a penalty the day they fell into the relegation zone.

“It’s a second-half penalty,” said the Everton manager. I don’t think you have them here.

“If it’s Mo Salah at the other end, you get a penalty. I played in teams in the first half of the league, you understand them.

Everton are now two points behind Burnley with a game less, but Lampard is confident his side will keep their composure.

“This result doesn’t change it,” he said. “I expected Burnley to get a result (against Wolves).

“We have six games against five. The penalty is disappointment. In the cold light of day, I think that’s a penalty.

Defeat: It comes as Frank accused referee Stuart Attwell of favoritism after claiming Everton were denied a penalty the day they fell into the relegation zone

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