CHRISTINE McGuinness leaves very little to the imagination as she shows off her killer curves and tiny figure in a mesh panelled body suit for her latest Instagram selfie.
The mum-of-three and wife of Paddy McGuinness was labelled “smoking” and “hotter than the sun” by followers as she displayed her petite figure and amazing bust to her fans.
The blonde beauty, who’s been married to Take Me Out’s Paddy for six years, captioned the pic: “Always be you, you can fly to the moon if you want to.”
Former beauty queen Christine, 29, is used to giving fans updates on her figure and did so through her latest pregnancy, too.
But fans were blown away by this latest lingerie shot as one wrote “unbelievable you are” and another added: “Oh my word! Paddy is a very VERY lucky man, you look incredible.”
In August the Merseyside native shared a similarly racy mirror selfie to celebrate her husband’s birthday before giving fans a view of her rock hard abs – doused in her fave fake tan.
Christine’s dedication to her sensational online image hides a family heartache that she and 44-year-old Paddy – who just avoided a driving ban in court – have been bearing together.
Over the summer, she and Paddy expressed their fears that her daughter Felicity, born in 2016, will develop autism like their four-year-old twins Penelope and Leo.
And Paddy, who is hosting a new show about tribute acts, says he hasn’t felt happy since the day his children were diagnosed.
Christine even told This Morning that she and Paddy were going to halt their plans for a big family in order to look after their twins.
She said: “We had three children in three-and-a-half years.
“We were happy to keep going. As soon as I got pregnant I knew that was my life and that was what I wanted, I wanted to be a mum and have a really big family.
“We’ve had to reconsider plans because the twins need us and we are stretched as it is.
“We don’t have any help and Felicity is still not sleeping. Sometimes we are exhausted. It wouldn’t be fair to have more,” she added.
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The couple have also said they are considering therapy – but they understand their “gifted” twins see the world differently and have come to understand them fully.
She added: “We know the twins are gifted. They struggle with the really simple things, they can’t get their shoes on but they are doing maths for a six or seven-year-old.
“And Leo always has a calculator. It’s a huge bit of their personality they might not have had if they didn’t have autism.
“They see things we don’t see and they see beauty in things we might not have. It’s incredible.”