Christine McGuinness shows off her gym-honed curves

Christine McGuinness shows off her gym-honed curves in a skimpy green co-ord after launching her new activewear brand

Christine McGuinness ensured she commanded attention on Monday morning by showing off her gym-honed physique on social media. 

While many have let their personal fitness routines take a nosedive in lockdown, the 32-year old has continued her daily exercise plan while isolating with husband Paddy and their three children. 

Sporting a busty green gym vest and matching shorts, Christine displayed the results of her daily commitment to personal fitness while posing in her back garden.  

Looking good: Christine McGuinness ensured she commanded attention on Monday morning by showing off her gym-honed physique on social media 

The blonde appeared to be in great shape while modelling her skimpy gym co-ord in front an back shots, taken close to the sprawling garden’s surrounding wall. 

Evidently taken with her new outfit. she captioned the shot: ‘Obsessed is an understatement.’

Meanwhile Christine’s husband was charged with getting his daughter Felicity, three, to take a nap, by heading out for a walk with her nestled in the pram.

Oh dear! Meanwhile Christine’s husband was charged with getting his daughter Felicity, three, to take a nap, by heading out for a walk with her nestled in the pram

She’s not tired! It seemed that Felicity wasn’t keen on sleeping, as she instead moaned the sun was in her eyes

It seemed that Felicity wasn’t keen on sleeping, as she instead moaned the sun was in her eyes.

An unimpressed Paddy captioned the post: ‘Trying to get my 3 year old to chill! PS that peak hood’s seen better days.’ [sic]

Two days previously Christine was back at it as she modelled her own activewear clothing line, Vibe By Christine. 

The model sported a number of colourful co-ord outfits that paired a matching sports bra with high-waist shorts in a sultry dance video. 

Frustrating: An unimpressed Paddy captioned the post: ‘Trying to get my 3 year old to chill! PS that peak hood’s seen better days’

Christine’s ensemble showed off her toned abs and also accentuated a generous glimpse of her cleavage as she danced in the outfits.

Her golden locks were brushed into a sleek, straight style that fell over her shoulders, and she used a glamorous palette of make-up for the occasion. 

Showing off her sexy dance moves, Christine twerked and moved her hips to the beat as she smiled to the camera.

Stunning: Two days previously Christine was back at it as she modelled her own activewear clothing line, Vibe By Christine

Wow! The model sported a number of colourful co-ord outfits that paired a matching sports bra with high-waist shorts in a sultry dance video


Looking good: Christine’s golden locks were brushed into a sleek, straight style that fell over her shoulders, and she used a glamorous palette of make-up for the occasion

Sultry: Showing off her sexy dance moves Christine twerked and moved her hips to the beat

Christine recently expressed her pride at seeing her three autistic children playing in a paddling pool in the sunshine. 

The reality star shares twins Leo and Penelope, six, and daughter Felicity, three, with Top Gear host husband Paddy, 46, and said she was ‘so happy’ to see their ‘confidence slowly coming back’.  

Christine has been open about the siblings’ battle with autism – explaining in a podcast earlier this week they are afraid of loud noises, large groups of people and being in the sunshine. 

Christine was thrilled to report that her children appeared to be taking tentative steps away from such fears.  

Sweet: Earlier this week, Christine shared a sweet snap of her three children – Leo and Penelope, six, and three-year-old Felicity – playing in the paddling pool in the sunshine

Candid: Christine has been open about the siblings’ battle with autism – explaining in a podcast that they are afraid of loud noises, large groups of people and being in the sunshine

She captioned the snap: ‘My world! Honestly, you have no idea how happy this makes me to get all 3 children outside! Their confidence is slowly coming back!

‘They are super sensitive to the sunlight, petrified of anything that moves, flies, bees, birds… and the slightest bit of wind is too loud.

‘But here they are playing, laughing, having fun in our garden! This will probably last 5 minutes!’

Speaking on MTV podcast Nappy Days this week, Christine admitted she would blame herself for her children’s autism, before learning more about the condition.

Delighted: Christine was thrilled to report that her children appeared to be taking tentative steps away from such fears

Each child was diagnosed at the age of three with the developmental disability that affects how people perceive the world and interact with others.

‘It’s hard enough being a mum but when you have children with additional needs its daunting,’ she said. ‘You wing it at first. You make mistakes but that’s just natural. But I didn’t know they had autism at first because I didn’t know anything about autism.’

Christine admitted that, despite showing the signs of the condition, she didn’t realise what her twins were going through.

‘They didn’t speak. They were non-verbal, they’d walk on their tiptoes, they were sensitive to sound and light. So if there was a sudden noise, they would jump out their skin. But I thought they were just softies.

Trio: The model shares the twins and Felicity with Top Gear host Paddy McGuinness

Placing blame: She explained that looking after the twins much of the time by herself due to Paddy’s workload was one of the reasons she blamed herself

‘I would think maybe it’s because they are twins, two of them, or that I would not be giving them enough attention. So I blamed myself.’

She explained that looking after the twins much of the time by herself due to Paddy’s workload was one of the reasons she blamed herself.

‘They were with me permanently. My husband works away a lot so I thought maybe it was me and that I hadn’t taught them very well. They also never went to nursery or play groups so I blamed myself for them having no social skills.

‘I thought that it was down to me doing a rubbish job as a mother.’

Finding fault: Christine admitted she would blame herself for her children’s autism, before learning more about the condition

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