Paddy and Christine McGuinness publicly announce separation

Paddy McGuinness and his wife Christine publicly announced their separation 11 years later.

The couple, who got married in 2011, decided to farewell “some time ago,” but revealed that they lived with their three children.

Top Gear presenter and former cast member of The Real Housewives Of Cheshire said in a joint statement posted on Instagram: There is no choice but to clarify.

“Some time ago we made the difficult decision to separate, but as always our main focus is to continue to love and support our children.

“This was not an easy decision, but we are moving forward as the best parents we can for our three beautiful children.

“We are always a loving family. We still have great relationships and live happily together in our family homes.

“I hope this draws a line under unnecessary and unnecessary intrusions into our private lives. We work in the public eye, but respect our desire for privacy on this issue. Could you please? “

The pair approved the message: “A lot of love. Paddy and Christine.”

Paddy McGuinness and Christine McGuinness arrive at the 2013 Brit Awards at The O2 Arena (Ian West, PA)

The couple met at the Liverpool Tennis Tournament in 2007 and married in June 2011 at Thornton Manor in Chesher.

In 2018, Christine told ITV Ruth Wimin that she and Paddy were “happier than ever” after speculation about their marriage.

In December, the couple shed light on their autistic life with the inspiring BBC documentary “Our Family And Autism.”

The pair are Felicity’s parents, and the twins Leo and Penelope are all autistic.

Later, Christine was diagnosed at the age of 33 and described it as a “great relief” that helped her understand “why I am.”

This separation follows Paddy’s career surge over the past few years, including taking over from Sue Barker as host of A Question Of Sport last year. Paddy and Christine McGuinness publicly announce separation

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