Christine McGuinness shares racy 2022 round-up as Paddy faces ups and downs
Christine McGuinness said she was "more than ready for 202FREE" as she shared an upbeat video of some of her highlights from the year.
The model and TV star split from her husband Paddy, who she has three children with, last year.
But her 2022 round-up showed her looking full of joy as she danced, soaked up the sun on beaches, posed in an array of eye-popping dresses and larked around with her close friend Chelcee Grimes.
READ MORE: Christine McGuinness admits kids don't know about Paddy split as they're 'too young'
In other clips she was filming and posing for photoshoots.
"Thank you for sticking with me this year," the blonde told her 690,000 followers on the site.
"I appreciate you," she added, along with a heart emoji.
Meanwhile, Paddy also shared a video of his 2022 highlights, telling fans: "I’ve had a year of ups and downs but I’m still above ground."
"I hope 2023 brings us all a bit of happiness and we get through it in good health," added the Top Gear star.
Christine and Paddy confirmed this summer that they had split after 11 years of marriage.
The pair – who share nine-year-old twins Penelope and Leo and seven-year-old Felicity – released a joint statement at the time.
It said: "A while ago we took the difficult decision to separate but our main focus was as always is to continue loving and supporting our children.
"This was not an easy decision to make but we're moving forward as the best parents we can be for our three beautiful children."
For more of the latest showbiz news from Daily Star, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.
"We'll always be a loving family, we still have a great relationship and still live happily in our family home together," they went on.
Christine McGuinness 'feels like luckiest lady' with family after Chelcee Grimes kiss
Christine McGuinness's friend Chelcee Grimes talks 'spark' as they were seen kissing
Paddy McGuinness shares snaps of boys night out as ex Christine snapped kissing pal
Source: Read Full Article