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Christine Bleakley and Frank Lampard head home after celebrating Chelsea’s title success on Sunday

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Christine Bleakley

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Christine Bleakley arrives at the BAFTA Television Awards 2009 at the Royal Festival Hall on April 26, 2009 in London, England.

Christine Bleakley arrives at the BAFTA Television Awards 2009 at the Royal Festival Hall on April 26, 2009 in London, England.

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Christine Bleakley

Christine Bleakley

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Christine Bleakley

Christine Bleakley

Christine Bleakley

Christine Bleakley

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Christine Bleakley

Christine Bleakley

Christine Bleakley

Christine Bleakley

TV presenter Christine Bleakley

TV presenter Christine Bleakley

Christine Bleakley

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Christine Bleakley

Christine Bleakley sealed her WAG status in style as she helped Chelsea celebrate clinching the Premiership title.

It was the first time the 31-year-old One Show presenter — tipped to be handed her own BBC show — had joined boyfriend Frank Lampard and the rest of his team-mates for an official night on the tiles.

The Northern Irish beauty accompanied Lampard to Whisky Mist nightclub in London, where the Chelsea team partied hard after winning the Premiership crown.

Their victory comes on the back of a turbulent year for the Blues. John Terry and Ashley Cole were caught up in sex scandals that tarnished the image of the Stamford Bridge club.

Terry’s wife Toni joined in the festivities along with Joe Cole’s wife Carly.

The group started off their celebrations at Nobu Berkeley in Mayfair before continuing the fun at Whisky Mist.

Bleakley was seen leaving the club later with Lampard.

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Meanwhile, according to Sunday newspaper reports, senior BBC managers believe Bleakley has the potential to develop into one of the country's leading TV personalities.

BBC bosses are determined not to let her leave for a rival broadcaster and according to the News of the World, are prepared to increase her annual salary from £90,000 to £800,000. It has also been rumoured that Bleakley could be given her own chat show.


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