CHRISTINE McGuinness has flashed her bum in a thong bikini as she posts a throwback holiday picture.
The 32-year-old showed off her incredible figure as she talked about appreciating travel in isolation.
Christine told fans: "The world is so beautiful, I really hope to see more of it once it is safe to travel.
"But for now #StayHome #StaySafe #WashYourHands #TheWorldIsHealing."
Despite coronavirus stopping air travel and keeping everyone indoors, Christine has been making the most of her time inside.
She is splitting her time between home-schooling her three autistic children and making online fitness videos.
The health conscious model and star of the Real Housewives of Cheshire has been multi-tasking to make sure she can keep in shape while as a stay-at-home mum.
She watched on as her kids went for a bath while on her exercise bike last week.
Christine has also been making amusing videos with her husband Paddy McGuinness.
In the latest one, Paddy playfully grabbed her boobs as they made new content for TikTok.
She was forced to cancel her birthday plans on last week as she stays in isolation with Paddy and her kids.
But Christine is determine to reschedule – and said it made her appreciate what she's got.
At the time she shared sweet pictures of younger self with the message: "Its my birthday!!!. ….and whilst my birthday plans are all on hold for now I am appreciating my love of life.
"Learning to let go, having fun, laughing at myself and saying yes to opportunities has been a life changer, I am very grateful for this past year.
"So once everything settles down, I am re-planning my B-Day, because I’ve never really celebrated it before and now I really want to!.
"(Which means I’m 26 … for a little bit longer!) #YOLO#LIVE#LAUGH#LOVE#BirthdayVibes#Picses ".
But it hasn't all been smooth sailing in the McGuinness household as she admitted her autistic children are "struggling" in isolation and is "worried" about how long they'll have to stay inside.
Felicity, 4, and six-year-old twins Penelope and Leo, are finding it hard understanding the coronavirus crisis.
"It's really, really difficult," Christine told ITV's This Morning.
"We're trying to keep it really positive and fun but at home it's been really difficult trying to explain to the children that we have to stay indoors and can't go out.
"We have spent years encouraging them to go to places, now we're telling them to stay in. They are really struggling.
"My daughter Penelope really struggles with anxiety as well as autism.
"She's already gone really quiet and I'm not getting as much eye contact as normal."
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