Speculation about their marriage has been rampant after McGuinness was photographed arm in arm with Nicole Appleton.
After a week of rumours concerning the state of their marriage, TV star Paddy McGuinness has reportedly moved out of the home he shares with his wife Christine, to give her “space and time” to think about their future.
The couple, who got married in June 2011 and have three children together (four year old twins Penelope and Leo, and one year old Felicity), saw their marriage hit the headlines this week after ‘Take Me Out’ host McGuinness was photographed out and about with former All Saints star Nicole Appleton, with the two of them looking amorous.
Since then, Christine has been said to be “distraught” over the snaps, now asking her husband to temporarily move out of their Cheshire home while she gets some space.
In an emotional poem published by Christine on their twins' fourth birthdays, the couple revealed that Leo and Penelope both have autism.
British comedian Paddy McGuinness and his wife Christine Martin have revealed in an emotional poem that their four year old twins have autism.
Leo and Penelope McGuinness were born in 2013 after their parents struggled for years to conceive, and Christine shared the poem via her Instagram account on Sunday (July 2nd) to mark their kids’ fourth birthday.
“You excel in mathematics and amateur dramatics and you amaze me every day, because you a beautiful inside and out, in an extra special way,” it says, detailing their “daily challenges” and dealing with “the meltdowns, the routines and all the planning ahead. The groundhog days, the beige food and the temperamental 'time for bed’.”
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