Paddy and Christine McGuinness praised as they share cosy snap together amid divorce
13.02.2024 - 14:30
Paddy and Christine McGuinness have been applauded by fans for sharing a sweet family moment in their shared home, despite going through a divorce.
The former couple announced they had split two years ago, but have remained living together as they co-parent their three children, all of whom have been diagnosed with autism. Christine, 35, recently confessed that the living situation is unusual but is "not forever", and the pair appear to currently be on good terms with Paddy 50, sharing a sweet snap on Instagram.
The former Take Me Out host posted a photo of their feet touching while they were relaxing and watching TV together.
Paddy joked: "Strong high arch game in our house but there can be only one! Who takes the crown and the Pes Cavus bragging rights? Mum or Dad? School boy error leaving my socks on." Fans have been quick to praise Paddy and Christine for maintaining a healthy relationship despite their split, as they continue to live together for the sake of their three young children. One Instagram user commented: "You both have such a lovely relationship regardless of whether it is just as parents or as husband and wife which is no one else's business.
But credit to both of you for ensuring the children are not caught between either parent but is both of your priorities. you are a lovely family." Another fan echoed these sentiments, saying: "You two are such an amazing example for your children.
Whatever you do, kids come first and you two are freaking winning." A third person added: "Lovely to see the two of you still sharing moments like this. You are both amazing and such good parents to your beautiful children." However, despite seeming cosy on social media, it was recently reported that Christine has declared
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