Christine McGuinness shows off new £115k G Wagon on day out in Cheshire

CHRISTINE McGuinness showed off her brand new £115,000 G Wagon in Cheshire today and it will surely fit her growing brood.The 34-year-old was all..


CHRISTINE McGuinness showed off her brand new £115,000 G Wagon in Cheshire today and it will surely fit her growing brood.

The 34-year-old was all smiles as she popped out to the shops in the very flash motor today.

Christine McGuinness was spotted at the wheel of her brand new 22 plate Merc G Wagon today

The 34-year-old popped to the shops in Cheshire in the flash motor

The TV star showed off her toned figure in a crop top

Paddy McGuinness’ model wife was seen behind the wheel of the four by four, which boasts a leather interior, heated front and rear seats, and key-less technology.

Dressed in a white t-shirt, washed-out jeans, and black and white trainers, the mum-of-three looked ready for summer as well as shopping.

The fitness fan showed off her incredibly toned abs, which she put to good use recently in ITV competition The Games.

She was not long ago diagnosed with ADHD – just months after learning she has autism.

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Christine bravely spoke about her first diagnosis in August saying she was told she was “high up the spectrum” and had scored highly on a questionnaire measuring for Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Since then she has been diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder which can cause people to be restless and impulsive.

Christine revealed she saw her diagnosis as liberating as it helped her understand how she behaves.

She said: “I’ve now been diagnosed with ADHD, autism and dyspraxia.”

She added: “Knowledge is key. If you know the situation, you’re able to deal with it. So getting a diagnosis has really opened up my life.”

“It’s given me so much more opportunity to understand why I was the way I was.”

Her three children, twins Penelope and Leo, eight, and five-year-old Felicity were all diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder at a young age, and Christine has been open about the challenges of parenting the youngsters.

Christine with her three children - whose identity she keeps private
Christine with her three autistic children – whose identity she keeps private
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