Christine Lampard worried she was suffering a stroke on ‘Dancing on Ice’ when she couldn't move her arms.

Christine Lampard thought she was having a stroke on Dancing On Ice

Christine Lampard thought she was having a stroke on Dancing On Ice

The 44-year-old presenter co-hosted the ITV ice-skating show alongside Phillip Schofield for three series between 2012 and 2014, and she has now recalled the harrowing experience where she believed she was suffering from the life-threatening medical condition when she was getting her make-up done before a live show.

While guest hosting talk show 'Lorraine', in place of Lorraine Kelly today (15.02.23), Christine said: “It got so bad, I genuinely had a moment where I thought I was having a stroke.

“I had the whole aura thing, it was almost like I couldn’t move my arms. They were moving but it was like my brain wasn’t connecting with them – I thought, ‘This can’t be a migraine, it’s too bad.’

“But it was. It can be so debilitating.”

Dr Amir Khan featured on the 'Lorraine' segment to discuss migraines, and he explained they are much worse than just a bad headache.

In July last year, Christine admitted becoming a mother has made her anxious about her health.

The TV star - who has daughter Patricia, four, and 23-month-old son Freddie, with her former footballer husband Frank Lampard - said: "I try and be chilled but it’s made me much more anxious. It’s created a form of health anxiety in me.

"Suddenly I think, ‘I can’t be ill because I’ve got to be here for you’. I have a constant worry about them – if I could zip them up in a NASA spacesuit it would be wonderful.

"I’ve become that mum, I think, ‘You’re so precious, I’m here to protect you.' I’ve become a bit more stressed but it’s all for the love of them."

The ‘Loose Women’ presenter previously revealed how she suffered a near-death experience as a child by almost drowning in a pool.

She said: “I nearly drowned when I was about seven or eight.

“I remember dad literally pulling me out of the swimming pool, and I remember that feeling.”