Inside Christine McGuinness’ sun-soaked Croatia trip with friends as she defends solo holiday

Christine McGuinnesshas just returned from a break tosunny Croatia with a group of palsas she told fans she “followed her heart” and travelled without husbandPaddy McGuinness.

The model, 34, said she made “memories for life,” during the trip and added: “I’m feeling very lucky, so blessed. I’ve laughed sooo much, relaxed and switched off like never before! I definitely won’t be leaving it another 3 years before I catch my next flight.”

Alongside the caption, Christine racked up the likes as she posted a series of pictures from the trip including a few bikini snaps showing off her incredible figure.

In one picture Christine posed in a bright pink number while highlighting her very toned stomach and told fans: “When fantasy becomes a reality.”

She donned a strapless orange crop top and green skirt as she visited one of the country’s incredible waterfalls while showing off her best model pose for the camera.

Alongside the clip she wrote: “Sometimes you just need to let go – and fall like a waterfall.”

The mum of three showed off her figure in a black bikini as she sipped a drink by the poolside and covered up her eyes in a pair of luxury Prada sunnies.

Though, she was quick to point out that she was drinking a non alcoholic drink: “Memories and mocktails are a match made in paradise.”

Christine shares three children with husband Paddy McGuinness, who she married in 2011.

The couple share twins Penelope and Leo, eight, and youngest daughter Felicity, six.

In a recent interview, she said she wished she could get to “the point where she can relax and enjoy” time away as a family.

Christine, similarly to her three children,has been diagnosed with autism, and told OK! in January that she suspected the diagnosis for a while.

"I really struggled to fit in, I struggled socially. I didn’t ever really make any good friendships," Christine previously shared.

But her desire to get out more and be more socialwas something she did "for her kids."

"I spent loads of time indoors avoiding everyone and I was never very social. It was only once the twins got diagnosed with autism I started to realise I could be autistic myself because of the social side of things and I thought I don't want my children to grow up and stay in the comfort zone forever.

"You need a push now and again within reason.”


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