Former model Christine McGuinness, who is married to comedian Paddy, looked amazing in a white mini dress as she headed out for a night on the town in London this weekend
Christine McGuinness was looking tanned and gorgeous as she hit the town for a night out in London.
The mum-of-three, who is married to funnyman Paddy McGuinness, was wearing a white mini-dress that showed off her long legs and deep golden glow.
Christine had breast enhancement surgery in 2015, taking her boobs from a 32D to a 32E and her cleavage was on display in the strapless white frock.
The 32-year-old telly star accessorised her outfit with black heeled sandals and a leopard print bag with gold stud details.
She wore her hair down in loose girls, and gave a dazzling smile to the waiting photographers after attending a cabaret evening in London.
Christine first shot to fame as a beauty queen, winning Miss Liverpool when she was 18. She then modelled for the luxury designer boutique Cricket, which used to be. a favourite haunt of Coleen Rooney.
She caught the eye of comic actor Paddy McGuinness, now 47, when she appeared at the Liverpool Tennis Tournament in her bikini.
The couple married in 2011 and have just marked their 10 th wedding anniversary with a lavish celebration.
The couple welcomed their children, twins Leo and Penelope in 2013, and little sister Felicity in 2016.
Christine has revealed that all three kids are autistic and she been honest in detailing the struggles that she and the children have faced, particularly to do with disruption to their routines.
Recently, she shared pictures on Instagram of all three heading off for school together. A chuffed Christine wrote: “Today we had big smile all around, I am proud beyond my expectations.
“Just a couple of years ago we never knew if we would ever find a school suitable for our children and here, they are. Absolutely thriving and supporting each other.”
She continued, “As many of you know, all three of my children are autistic and change can be something they struggle with, but preparation is key to making these things easier.”
Felicity was joining her elder brother and sister at a taster day at her new primary school before going there full-time in September.
Christine explained, “It’s important for her to try and get familiar with her school, her teachers and other children before she goes full time, this will help to make the transition from nursery much smoother.”