Paddy McGuinness’s wife Christine has sparked concern with worrying social media posts – after pictures emerged of her husband enjoying a boozy night out with Nicole Appleton.
The 29-year-old model, who married the Bolton comic in 2011, hinted that things are “falling apart” as she stayed at home in Cheshire with the couple’s four-year-old twins and one-year-old daughter.
McGuinness, 44, was pictured walking arm-in-arm with All Saints star Nicole, 43, in London’s Soho on Friday, the Mirror reports .
And on Saturday morning he emerged bleary-eyed to guest on Sky’s Soccer AM.
“Morning! On my way to @SoccerAM can’t beat a bit of live telly after a night on the lash!” he tweeted.
Taking to Instagram on Sunday, Christine posted a quote from Marilyn Monroe on her Instagram page.
“I believe everything happens for a reason,” it read.
“People change so you can learn to let go, things go wrong so that 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.”
Fans rushed to ask the mum of three if she was OK after the emotional post.
“I hope you are ok, never like to believe whats in the papers. But if it’s true, you truly do deserve better,” one fan commented.
She also took to Twitter, writing: “When you realise you deserve so much more… that’s not a bad thing.”
Last year, Paddy thanked the public for their support after he spoke about the couple’s four-year-old twins, Leo and Penelope, who have autism.
He said: “They started school in September and they’re totally into that and they love it, which is great.
“It’s fantastic…to know you’ve got a bit of support and you’re not on your own helps.
“Since Christine went on This Morning and Loose Women, not only does it raise awareness, but it helps us as parents.”
Christine gave birth to the couple’s third child Felicity in September 2016.
Mirror Online says it has contacted Paddy’s representatives for comment.
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