Christine McGuinness was certainly a proud mother as she took her three children to the Tatton Park Pop Up Festival over the weekend.

The model and TV star, 34, shares twins Leo and Penelope, nine, and younger daughter Felicity, six, with her husband, actor and presenter Paddy McGuinness, 48.

Sharing a snap on her Instagram page, Christine wrote: "We had an amazing day @tattonparkpopupfestival #Kidchella Leo, Penelope and Felicity absolutely loved it, they coped so well at their very first outdoor children's festival. Proudest mummy."

The mother-of-three looked very happy as she smiled back to the camera while holding her daughters' hands.

Christine wore a white boob tube, jeans shorts and a light orange shirt jacket.

Penelope and Felicity also sported matching white t-shirts and pink shorts, while Leo wore grey adidas shorts and an adidas blue top.

All three of Christine and Paddy's children have been diagnosed with autism and Christine has also been diagnosed herself.

Many of Christine's 665,000 followers took to her Instagram comment section to congratulate her kids.

One person said: "I'm so so proud of you Leo, Penelope and Felicity! Looks like you are all doing amazing!"

"I love music the same as you Christine so if I'm watching someone perform I'm so so glad to be there. Your stories yesterday made me emotional," they went on.

A second wrote: "Beautiful kids, beautiful mummy!! From one autism mummy to another, you're amazing!"

"What an outstanding mum you are. You give them so much love you can't go any higher ..enjoy the rest of the weekend. Stay safe peeps," another wrote.

Speaking about her children having autism, Christine previously told Mother & Baby: “Even for those that might suspect that an autism diagnosis is coming, you still can't prepare for it. We'd never even heard of autism, we didn't know that it was common.

"With our youngest child, Felicity, we knew that she was autistic. So when we were going through that process, it was easier, but still hearing it on the day and getting that diagnosis was hard, but you just have to remember that getting the diagnosis doesn't change them. It just helps explain their behaviour.”

Christine and her husband Paddy have been married since 2011 and have recently been at the centre of split rumours.

This occurred after the two took separate holidays and were seen looking distressed and teary while waiting in their car at a McDonald's drive thru.

Christine went on to open up to Fabulous Magazine about how the pair are going through a difficult time right now.


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