Christine McGuinness insists she still loves TV star husband Paddy after “one of the toughest years of my life”.
The mum of three, 30, said stories
It comes after Take Me Out host Paddy, 44, was photographed on a night out with ex-All Saints
Christine, who last year revealed their twins had autism, said: “As a family we’ve had an awful lot to deal with, but you can only do your best in a relationship.
“It takes working at. We’ve always been extremely private.
“We’ve been together 11 years and there have been ups and downs. I was 19 when we met. We’ve been through a lot as a couple in private, but I still love Paddy.”
She added: “The recent headlines made us open our eyes. It made us realise we have to make some changes. We were like, ‘We can make each other a lot happier’.”
The couple wed in 2011 and have three children, Leo and Penelope, four, and Felicity, 18 months.
Christine said they would not try for a fourth child.
She told OK! Magazine: “I’m done, three is the magic number. We would’ve kept going, but a lot has gone on. It’s been one of the toughest years of my life.”
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Christine, who recently shared a snap from their family holiday, repeated her fears Felicity may also be autistic, which she mentioned on Loose Women last month.
She said: “Felicity can’t be diagnosed until she’s three. She could be copying the twins, but even at six months old she was tensing her body when excited.
“She walks on tiptoes and does a flapping arm movement when happy – common signs of autism.”
In February, the couple reportedly had crisis talks after Paddy was seen with Nicole in London .
The full interview is in this week’s OK! Magazine, out today.