Christine McGuinness’ home: Inside £2.1 million home she shares with husband Paddy McGuinness and three children

The Real Housewives of Cheshire is due back on our screens super soon, with fans set to witness a whole host of fun, frolics and fabulousness enjoyed by a select handful of glamorous Cheshire-based ladies.

Series 11 of the show kicks off on ITVBe this spring, with ten 60-minute episodes, followed by a reunion show in the summer. As well as the much-adored cast making a return, including Dawn Ward and Lauren Simon, Christine McGuinness will also be returning as a guest.

Christine, 31, is married to television presenter Paddy McGuinness, 46, and the loved-up pair share three children together, Felicity, Penelope and Leo.

The showbiz couple, who recently opened up to OK! on there being “no time” for them as a couple, live in a beautiful home with their three adorable children.

Take Me Out presenter Paddy and Christine reportedly live in a home which comes with a £2.1 million price tag.

Their pad sits in leafy Cheshire and features an indoor pool and gym, the latter being perfect for Christine and her love of working out.

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Christine and Paddy often post photos inside their stunning home; their kitchen looks bright and airy and was recently used as a location for Christine to show herself busying herself with cooking, making mash that she boasted was “smooth AF," [sic].

The stunning blonde recently opened up on the challenges she and Paddy face, raising three children with developmental disorder, autism.

Christine said on Instagram: “Sometimes it's not fun, today was just a really bad morning. I know it will be fine later but this is what you don't see.

“I don't want to bring anyone down, I just think it's important to show it's not always fine and lovely and they're all doing great and they are, they're all doing brilliant, but it's hard, it's bloody hard," she continued.

Christine occasionally shares photos of her sweet children, including a photo of them playing with toys in their modern lounge which features a large white sofa.

The space is sometimes the home to toys galore too, it seems. Christine recently posted a photo of her living room with toy prams and objects scattered about the space.

“Apparently, my lounge is now a garage!” Christine wrote to her 348,000 followers, followed by a laughing emoji.

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The lounge also features a huge plasma screen television and chest of drawers in a stunning cream shade.

Christine often wows with selfies of her amazing, chiselled body too. One picture saw Christine snapping a bikini selfie in her spacious bedroom and another saw the star posing against the backdrop of the family pool.

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It appears the home also features an enviable home gym which Paddy sometimes snaps photos in.

Paddy also shared a photo of the lounge whilst relaxing with his three children, captioning the photo: “The house is upside down but I love these precious moments. Kids are happy playing while Mummy and Daddy have a cup of tea on the couch!”

Mother-of-three, Christine, who has been married to presenter Paddy for 13 years, told OK! about his recent struggles after he said in 2017 that he “never feels happy” in himself.

“It was heartbreaking. I know he didn’t mean he wasn’t happy with me or the children, just that it’s difficult to switch off when we’re at home. There’s no time for us as a couple,” she explained.

“No quality time, no date nights. Not even time to have a laugh together. We’re full-time carers and the kids come before everything. But we have to stay strong as a unit for our kids.”

After his heartbreaking words, Christine reassured that Paddy is doing “amazingly” now.

“He’s doing much better. He started working on Top Gear with a brilliant team who make sure that wherever he goes in the world, he gets the time to call us and check in,” she explained

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