Loose Women host Christine Lampard wears a Nobody’s Child dress

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Loose Women host Christine Lampard looks stunning in a petite midi dress from sustainable fashion label Nobody’s Child.

After sharing two photos of herself smiling in the dress on her Instagram yesterday, followers were quick to compliment the brunette beauty on how good she looks.

Caption the Publish: “No more @loosewomen antics at 12:30 @itv See you soon 😍💐”, Christine showed off her look chosen by Gemma and Bertie, aka Purchasing motherswho work as stylists on Loose Women.

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Followers quickly jumped in to complete the floral number and asked Christine where she got her gorgeous nude mules. The mules are from Karen Millen and are currently out of stock in Christine’s nude choice, but if you’re quick you can get your hands on the red version for 50% off.

Christine’s Nobody’s Child dress, the Luna Midi, is available in 13 different print options – ranging from pink and black polka dots to green and yellow florals. Priced at £49 and available in-store at Marks & Spencer, and made from sustainable Lenzing Ecovero fabric, derived from certified renewable wood sources.

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Luna Ditsy Floral Midi Dress

Nobody’s child
markandspencer.com

£49.00

The dress comes in sizes 6-18 and is also available to buy from Marks & Spencer in a rich pink melange.

Luna midi dress with flowers and round neck

Nobody’s child
markandspencer.com

£49.00

We think you’ll be showered with compliments in this dress, which features a vintage-inspired shape and gathered cuffs. Each vibrant, retro-inspired print makes the dress a must-have, and you’ll find it’s easy to wear with trainers on casual days, and dress down with a pair of chunky wedges for the perfect event dress.

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