Christine McGuinness feeling ‘loads better’ on night out after sobbing in car
Christine McGuinness bounced back to hit the town for a glam night out hours after filming herself in tears as she spoke about the challenges she faces raising three autistic children.
Paddy McGuinness' wife was seen sobbing in her car yesterday in an emotional Instagram video after having a "b****y hard" morning with the kids.
However, hours later Christine updated fans by sharing a picture of herself with Paddy holding a cup of tea.
The former Miss Liverpool, 31, wrote: "That’s better! Thank you all so much for your lovely DMs today.
"Sometimes my heart breaks a little bit for my babies but they mend it very quickly!
"I’m so lucky to have you all supporting us on here, thank you."
She later revealed she'd been to the salon for a blowdry and was preparing to head out for lunch with her telly presenter husband.
Christine added she was feeling "loads better" and was looking forward to a night out at a gig in Manchster.
She said: "You all need to know you're not alone either… moving on I've had a wash and blow and asked if he'll take me out… for lunch.
"Tonight we are going out out we are going to see Fat Man Scoop and Shaggy."
She later posted videos and pictures from the gig, which showed her dancing and having a great time.
Yesterday, Christine wiped away tears as she spoke about her life looking after the couple's daughter Felicity Rose and twins Penelope and Leo.
She said: "Hello I don't want to bring anyone's mood down, but I just want to show the reality of being a mum of autistic children…
"Sometimes it's not fun, today was just a really bad morning, I know it will be fine later but this is what you don't see.
"I am fine and I'm upset for my children, this was just a bad morning, and I'll have a good day, it's just sometimes it's not always fun."
She signed off by thanking her fans for supporting her, expressing: "I know I'm going to get lots of love in my DMs and this is why I do this, because I've got no one else to talk to."
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