Former Miss Liverpool Christine McGuinness says she doesn’t have time to worry about what people think about her because she is too busy ‘getting on with her life’.
The gorgeous mum-of-three who is married to comedian and Top Gear presenter Paddy McGuinness always looks picture-perfect on shows such as The Real Housewives of Cheshire and Loose Women.
However talking exclusively to the Mirror at the National Reality TV Awards Christine admitted that she’s too busy to “overthink” what people say about her.
“I just get on with my life and don’t worry too much about what people say about how I look or what I’m wearing – I just can’t.
“I’m 33 with three young children and I’m married so I don’t need to worry about what anyone thinks.”
The Liverpool-born model is mum to twins Leo and Penelope, eight, and four-year-old Felicity, and has been married to comedian Paddy for 10 years.
However despite saying she doesn’t pay attention to public opinion now Christine did admit she would have had a hard time coping with being in the public eye in her younger days.
“I can imagine it must be really, really difficult for the younger ladies, like the Love Islanders who are just thrown into this [world] – I would have struggled in my twenties,” she said.
In what was one of the first red carpet events since the end of lockdown Christine arrived at the awards alongside a flurry of paparazzi flashes wearing a stunning skintight nude-hued minidress which showed off her long blonde locks and golden tan to perfection.
When asked how she felt about her social calendar opening up again she joked “I’m just happy to be out.”
Former model Christine met husband Paddy when she was 19 and his TV career was in its fledgling stage.
The happy couple recently celebrated their 10-year-wedding anniversary and shared a series of gorgeous snaps of the couple on Instagram posing with flowers and balloons.
However, when asked about how she felt about her husband’s daredevil career as Top Gear presenter Christine admitted she was worried.
“He does have training before he does any big stunts but he doesn’t tell me if he’s got a really dangerous stunt until he’s done it,” she explained.
“I watch it through gritted teeth like everybody else but of course I worry, he’s my husband and my babies’ daddy.”
The couples’ children, who are all autistic have been a source of pride for Christine, who admitted that while things were sometimes tough, she cherishes the beautiful breakthrough moments.
Speaking previously she said: “Seeing the children do anything new makes us feel like we’ve won the lottery and want to do cartwheels.
“They played in snow for the first time this year. They were always scared of the snow. But this year we got out there and eventually they were rolling around in it.
“I tried not to make too much of a fuss because I knew if I did they might stop. I watched the video back and thought, ‘wow this is amazing’.”