Christine Lampard is keen to start a family with her husband Frank following his recent retirement.
The 38-year-old TV presenter and the former England soccer star have been married since 2015 and after Frank called time on his playing career earlier this month, their attention is now fully focused on having children.
She shared: "Frank has retired, so we are getting used to a new routine, so we will see what happens."
However, the brunette beauty admitted to being "surprised" by the level of interest in her relationship with Frank, who already has an 11-year-old daughter called Luna and a nine-year-old daughter called Isla with his ex-wife Elen Rivas.
Christine said: "I am surprised anyone cares, the only people I would think it matters to are Frank and me. And because we have the girls as well, we have a lot of kiddie stuff in our lives, but we will have to wait and see.
"We have had a great time since we got married, without sounding like a lovestruck teenager. It has flown by, I can't actually believe we were celebrating our first anniversary in December."
Meanwhile, Christine also admitted Frank's lifestyle has changed markedly in the weeks following his retirement from soccer.
She told the Daily Mirror newspaper: "Now he has retired, we have got more time to do things together, we have weekends together and even Saturdays, which we have never had since I have known him. He is definitely more relaxed. All the stress of football every week has gone.
"I think he has enjoyed the last few weeks, even silly stuff like flying over to see my parents for weekend, you couldn't do that ever.
"With the Brit Awards, in the old days we would have been leaving before it finished because he would have been getting up at the crack of dawn for training. Things you didn't think of at the time but now you can relax and enjoy life."