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Christine McGuinness gives update on living with ex-husband Paddy after his sweet public support

Christine McGuinness has given an update on her living situation with her ex-husband Paddy McGuinness after he showed her and her family public support. The former couple confirmed their separation on July 22, 2022, issuing a joint statement which they shared on social media.

They said at the time "a while ago we took the difficult decision to separate but our main focus 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."

Despite their split, Christine, 35, and Paddy, 50, have continued to live together in their Cheshire home for the sake of their children - twins Penelope and Leo and their youngest daughter Felicity - all three of whom have been diagnosed with autism.

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And speaking in a new interview with The Sun's Fabulous magazine, Christine has again addressed their decision. "It’s the one thing that we completely agree on – the children’s needs come first," the former model said. "We don’t want them to be affected by anything.

"Patrick’s diary is busy, as it always is, so he very much dips in and out of the home, because he’s working away a lot. The same as when I was his wife, I’m there to support the children when he goes out to work – that’s how it is.

"When he comes back, that’s when I’ll try to put some of my work in. It doesn’t affect the children, because they’re not moving anywhere. They’re in one home, in their beds every night, and Mummy and Daddy come and go depending on our work schedules."

She also spoke about her