Christine McGuinness shows off toned rear on Instagram as she says 'Rome wasn’t built in a day... and neither was my a**'

She's fresh from her first holiday away with her husband Paddy McGuinness in six years. 

But Christine McGuinness has got straight back to work, hitting the gym on Monday to work on her shapely derriere.  

The 31-year-old model and reality TV star took to Instagram to show off her results in a tight, figure-accentuating pink gym costume. 

Gym: Christine McGuinness has got straight back to work after her family holiday last week, hitting the gym on Monday to work on her shapely derriere

Gym: Christine McGuinness has got straight back to work after her family holiday last week, hitting the gym on Monday to work on her shapely derriere

Posting a video in the two piece that showed off her toned abs and behind, she wrote: 'Rome wasn’t built in a day.. and neither was my a**. 

'I still get asked every day "what is your secret after having 3 children?" Ladies, there is no secret, no pills, no magic potions!

'It's really simple, I workout, I eat healthy, I am consistently working on myself, inside and out. I am a long way from where I want to be but I’m happy and healthy and I’m patient.'

Adding to the motivational post, the mother-of-three said that people shouldn't 'expect big changes overnight' in their own efforts to lose weight or gain muscle.  

Toned: The 31-year-old model and reality TV star took to Instagram to show off her results in a tight, figure-accentuating pink gym costume

Toned: The 31-year-old model and reality TV star took to Instagram to show off her results in a tight, figure-accentuating pink gym costume

Racy: Posting a video in the two piece that showed off her toned abs and behind, she wrote: 'Rome wasn¿t built in a day.. and neither was my a**'

Racy: Posting a video in the two piece that showed off her toned abs and behind, she wrote: 'Rome wasn’t built in a day.. and neither was my a**'

She wrote: 'If you are just starting out on your fitness journey, don’t expect big changes over night but please stick with it. Persevere you will get there! #PVO #DoItForYou #MummyOf3 #TwinMummy #HappyHealthyYou'

Christine also revealed to her 260k followers this week that she was 'the proudest mummy' for the way her autistic children 'coped' with their recent trip abroad, the children's first foray out of England. 

The Real Housewives Of Cheshire star then heaped praise on Felicity, three, Leo, six and Penelope, six. 

Advice: 'I still get asked every day "what is your secret after having 3 children?" Ladies, there is no secret, no pills, no magic potions!' she said

Advice: 'I still get asked every day "what is your secret after having 3 children?" Ladies, there is no secret, no pills, no magic potions!' she said

The 31-year-old wrote on Sunday: 'This time last week we went on our first little adventure abroad.

'We had no idea how our children would cope in a different country with a different bed, with different food, with a different routine!'

She added that she was super proud of the children, saying: 'I'm still gushing over how well they done. My babies are smashing life even with their obstacles, nothing will hold them back!' 

Leo and Penelope were diagnosed with autism in 2017 and her youngest daughter, Felicity, is also showing signs but can't be diagnosed until she's at least three or four.

The model opened up about the struggles the family face on a day to day basis including the twins need for routine and familiarity and the lengths she will go it to get it.

The gang: 'I'm still gushing over how well they done. My babies are smashing life even with their obstacles,' Christine wrote last week about her children's first holiday away

The gang: 'I'm still gushing over how well they done. My babies are smashing life even with their obstacles,' Christine wrote last week about her children's first holiday away

Speaking on Loose Women in 2017, she said: 'Leo's got more problems with food. He's had a lot of food therapy and we try and help him as much as he can. He likes everything beige, he likes everything dry, he doesn't like any smell or texture. So he's crackers, crisps, toast if it's a particular butter, which I can't always get.'

Speaking back in April last year, Paddy spoke about the struggles of bringing children with autism on foreign holidays.

Speaking on his Instagram, he said: 'Being parents with autistic children, for us, family holidays have been a pipe dream until now.

'We managed two days there which for us is massive... we had to take so much stuff but to see our kids having fun was well worth it.'

 

 

 

 

Christine McGuinness shows off toned rear on Instagram as she hits the gym

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