Christine McGuinness sets pulses racing as she slips into tight cut-out dress
Christine McGuinness stepped out in style in a figure-hugging white dress as she attended a promotional event looking like a million dollars.
The 34-year-old wore a white long-sleeved mini dress which featured a high neck and a bust cut out.
She styled the outfit with a black chain strap bag and sparkly high heels with matching earrings.
Her long blonde hair was styled in loose curls as she flashed a smile to the camera, wearing a glam but minimal makeup look with fluffy false eyelashes.
She posed with her friends, Love Island stars Demi Jones and Cara Delahoyde-Massey, who wore matching white ensembles, and showed off her bronzed legs as she attended the No7 Pro Derm Scan launch party, where Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman were also in attendance.
The blonde beauty is presenter Paddy McGuinness’ wife and the couple have recently revealed that they are “scared to eat out” with their son after they discovered he has a nut allergy.
Eight-year-old Leo’s allergy means that the family has to carry two EpiPens around with them at all times, in case of an emergency.
Leo and his sister Felicity, who is six years old, both have autism, along with their mother Christine.
The 34-year-old has admitted that she struggles with “guilt” as she knows she will need to let them gain independence.
Paddy told The Sun: “Our little boy has a nut allergy. Every child is different. Some children can’t even go near a nut and they can’t use nut oils because of the fumes in the air. They get a really bad reaction whereas other children might have a nut allergy, but can deal with things.”
Christine added: “Our son’s nut allergy means we have to take two EpiPens everywhere we go and we’re quite scared of eating out because of that.”
Paddy has previously said that his children’s autism makes him feel as though they will never be able to leave home and that the thought made him seek therapy.
He said: “It chipped away at me, with all the things you have to do, things you have to deal with as a parent of a child with autism. It dawned on me, that’s it. That’s it forever. There’s no: 'They’ll get better as the years go on’.”
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