Paddy McGuinness’ Wife Posts Cryptic Message After He’s Pictured With Nicole Appleton


Paddy McGuinness’ wife Christine has uploaded a subliminal Instagram post about her husband after he was pictured cuddling up to Nicole Appleton.

The 44-year-old entertainer was spotted looking cosy with 43-year-old Nicole, in Soho, London, while 29-year-old model Christine was 200 miles away at home with their children.

She later took to the ‘Gram to post a cryptic message in the form of an inspirational meme:

The post read:

I believe everything happens for a reason.

People change so can you learn to let go, things go wrong so you can appreciate them when they’re right.

You believe lies so that you will eventually learn to trust no one but yourself, and sometimes good things fall apart so better things can fall together.

The Take Me Out presenter was seen strolling through the streets with All Saints singer Nicole, who was previously married to Liam Gallagher.

Paddy appeared on Soccer AM on Saturday morning, looking a bit worse for wear, clutching a bottle of water.

He tweeted:

Can’t beat a bit of live telly after a night on the lash.

This was after admitting he was ‘still a bit squiffy’ on the morning show.

A source said, as reported by The Sun:

It was a bit naughty of Paddy going on the booze when he knew he was doing TV the next morning, but he still did well.

Paddy and Christine have two children, four-year-old twins Leo and Penelope – who were diagnosed with autism – and in an interview with  Hello, described how it’s been raising them.

He said:

Some days, it feels like you’re slowly drowning. It’s like you’re under water desperately swimming up to get oxygen, but never getting there.

Every parent just wants their child to be happy and to protect them. I should be the happiest I have ever been with my career, family and friends, but I can honestly say I am never happy in myself now.

I constantly worry about them. I would give up everything to take this condition away from them.

Hope these two sort out their differences, should they even exist…