Christine McGuinness, star of The Real Housewives of Cheshire, recently took to Instagram Stories to express her frustration over what she referred to as "absolute b******s" she had read. Although she refrained from mentioning her ex-husband's name, Paddy McGuinness, her followers presumed it was targeted at him considering recent news. Christine confessed she was left "speechless" by the content she had come across.
In the video, she exclaimed, "Just hold on a minute.... Wow. I just read some absolute b*******. I mean, I'm like, yeah. Speechless, mind-blown, not shocked, but I will just sit here and keep my dignified silence. What a load of s***e. Do you know this Halloween I'm going to turn up as someone who's totally got their s*** together - nobody is going to know it's me."
Later, Christine shared a quote on her Instagram that read, "Feels good to have your s*** together. Personally, I wouldn't know, but I bet it feels good." The context of her frustration remains unclear, but it appears to be connected to Paddy's recent departure from his new Channel 4 series.
Paddy McGuinness recently took a week off from filming Don't Look Down due to the lack of support for their three children, who all have autism. Paddy stated that since neither he nor Christine had anyone to help them with the kids, he had to prioritize their needs. This news comes after Christine and Paddy publicly announced their separation last year, opting for co-parenting their three children – twins Penelope and Leo, aged nine, and seven-year-old Felicity.
Following their split, rumors have circulated about Christine's personal life. Recently, she was spotted engaging in conversation with Premier League footballer Jesse Lingard at the Sexy Fish launch bash in Manchester. According to an eyewitness, "Christine and Jesse were chatting for ages. It is clear Jesse took a shine to Christine, and they looked pretty close." Jesse Lingard, known for his skills on the field, has played for notable clubs such as Manchester United, Nottingham Forest, West Ham, and Birmingham, in addition to representing England with eight international goals.