Christine Lampard was left struggling with a sore throat after partying too hard at pal Ant McPartlin’s wedding to Anne-Marie Corbett.
The 42-year-old and husband Frank Lampard were among those making up the star-studded guest list in Hampshire on Saturday, alongside Declan Donnelly, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams.
Our invite must have got lost in the post…
Spilling the beans on what we missed on the day, Christine revealed she had a whale of a time.
Chatting to Dr Amir on this morning’s episode of Lorraine, where she is filling in for host Lorraine Kelly, the GP suggested she sounded ‘hoarse’.
When asked if she had been ‘burning the candle at both ends’, the mum-of-two replied: ‘I have been. I was at a wedding at the weekend, I’m sure maybe you may have spotted things, it was in the paper of course.
Christine Lampard was left ‘hoarse’ after the big day (Picture: ITV)
‘Ant and Anne-Marie, they tied the knot on Saturday. It was a beautiful ceremony, beautiful wedding and clearly an even better nighttime party because not only was I screaming over the music, talking to everybody, but I was obviously singing as well.
‘The voice went yesterday, it’s slowly coming back today but if I lose it completely, that’s why.’
As Dr Amir recommended that she sip on hot water, honey and lemon, she vowed: ‘I’ll be sensible all this week, I promise.’
Ant and Anne-Marie said their vows at St Michael’s Church, in Hampshire, on Saturday, with a swanky reception at a Georgian country house turned hotel.
The lovebirds reportedly spared no expense on their celebrations, and in fact treated their guests to luxury spa treatments to help sore heads the next morning.
According to The Sun, half of the wedding’s cost was dedicated to treating their nearest and dearest, splashing out massages, manicures and pedicures.
The publication states guests were offered 90-minute massages costing £180 and £125 reiki sessions.
Not only that, they were also entertained by ABBA tribute band Bjorn Again on the night, and a comedy routine from pal Stephen Mulhern.
Lorraine continues on weekday mornings, at 9am, on ITV.
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