Christine McGuinness flaunts her ample cleavage and toned abs in skintight pink gym gear as she runs errands in Cheshire
She's no stranger to turning heads with her showstopping looks.
And Christine McGuinness didn't disappoint as she put on a fabulous display in skintight pink gym gear as she stepped out in Cheshire on Friday.
The Real Housewives of Cheshire star, 31, showcased her ample cleavage and toned abs in a skimpy crop top and matching leggings as she ran errands in her home town.
Look who it is: Christine McGuinness didn't disappoint as she put on a fabulous display in skintight pink gym gear as she stepped out in Cheshire on Friday
Flashing a dazzling smile, the star appeared in a cheerful mood as she made her way down the street in her eye-catching outfit.
Christine didn't appear fazed by the chilly weather she displayed her endless pins and slender arms, teaming her look with a pair of black trainers.
The TV personality carried a black and red jacket and a large black handbag as she walked, and accessorised with a large pair of black sunglasses.
She left her blonde tresses to cascade down her back in bouncy curls, while added a delicate palette of make-up to her look.
Cheeky: The Real Housewives of Cheshire star, 31, showcased her ample cleavage and toned abs in a skimpy crop top and matching leggings as she ran errands in her home town
Christine's outing comes after she spoke out about the difficulties of caring for her children, who have autism, during an impassioned appearance on BBC Breakfast earlier this month.
She spoke about an incident earlier in the month which saw her comedian husband Paddy row with an 'ignorant' man who insisted the family did not 'look disabled' when they were parking in a disabled space during a day out.
She said she wasn't 'proud' of having a blue badge, but it has been vital in allowing her to leave the house with her twins Leo and Penelope, six, and daughter Felicity, three.
Leo and Penelope were diagnosed with autism in 2017, while Felicity is also showing signs of autism but can't be diagnosed until she's at least three or four.
Pink lady: Flashing a dazzling smile, the star appeared in a cheerful mood as she made her way down the street in her eye-catching outfit
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Paddy tweeted about the incident, telling his followers he had 'a deep breath and walk away moment' when the row occurred when he dropped Christine and the children off at a local play centre near their Cheshire home.
'I took a deep breath and sent my children in,' he said. 'Luckily they didn't understand what was going on.
Paddy revealed a few years ago he would have reacted differently to the situation, saying: 'He'd be on his a**e and putting in a call to the tabloids I would’ve been vilified and labelled a thug. My wife and children would’ve been upset and I’d more than likely be out of a job.
'Instead I tried to explain to him that not all disabilities are the same.'
Tough time: Christine spoke out on the difficulties of caring for her children, who have autism, during an impassioned appearance on BBC Breakfast on Monday morning
Christine told BBC Breakfast that it is in fact common for her to be confronted by people when she heads out with her children and uses their disabled badge.
'I deal with this every weekend. Normally my husband isn't there but this time I'm glad he was because the man who approached us was clearly quite angry about the situation,' she explained.
'Most of the time people will approach me with the children and question "why are you parked in this space?"'
'I try and educate people as much as I can, I'll take any opportunity to tell people about autism because I think it's the only way we can help people understand.'
'Most of the time people are quite calm, they'll apologise and they'll leave me alone. But in this instance thank god my husband was there, because the man was not going to let it go.'
Furious: Christine and her husband Paddy were taking their children to a play centre when they were confronted by a man who insisted the family did not 'look disabled' as they were using a blue badge (pictured in October 2017)
Family: Paddy tweeted about the incident, telling his followers he had 'a deep breath and walk away moment'
'He continued to point out that none of us looked disabled, we were mobile. It's awful, we should never have to explain it.'
She added that 'we're realistic, we understand that people cannot always see autism... but he could see the blue badge, he pointed it out so he didn't need to keep asking.'
She continued that it is 'really difficult' for her to leave the house with her children but having the blue badge has 'changed our lives.'
'The autism really affects their anxiety, they also have no sense of danger, they have no road safety awareness and would think nothing of stepping out in front of a car,' she said.
'Being able to park near the door lets me go out of the door with my children. I don't want to use this space, I'm not proud of having a blue badge but I have it because my children need it for their safety.'
Daily battle: Christine told BBC Breakfast that it is in fact common for her to be confronted by people when she heads out with her children and uses the disabled badge