Christine McGuinness shared a candidi selfie in bed with husband Paddy after their ‘calmest, happiest Christmas yet’ with their autistic children.
The mother-of-three, 31, looked sensational as she posed with Paddy, 46, in a naked snap following the festive day, which she said only contained ‘one massive overload meltdown.’
Paddy, 46, also posted about their successful Christmas with autistic six-year-old twins Leo and Penelope and three-year-old Felicity, and wrote ‘we survived!’.
Bedtime: Christine McGuinness, 31, looked sensational as she posed naked with her husband Paddy, 46, after a busy Christmas Day which she said only contained ‘one massive overload meltdown’ from her autistic children
In her raunchy snap Christine looked sensational as she flashed a peak of cleavage above the white bed sheets.
The blonde beauty’s locks were down for the snap, with her tresses flowing over her chest and it appeared that she still had on a touch of lipstick.
While Paddy also looked relaxed as he laid shirtless under the sheets with his arm wrapped around his wife.
Loved-up: Paddy planted a tender kiss on his wife’s head as they relaxed after a busy day
Taking to Instagram, Paddy wrote: ‘We survived!!! All three kids in bed, Mummy & Daddy frigged! Time for an early night with @mrsmcguinness.’
And Christine, who also posted a snap of her with the family’s Christmas tree, told her fans: ‘We’ve done it and with only one massive overload meltdown!
‘I’d say that was our most successful, calmest, happiest Christmas yet! Kiddies are all in bed, mummy is cleaning up and getting an early night .. oh wow my life has changed!’
Success: The mother-of-three said the day had gone well, with only one meltdown as she posed next to her pretty Christmas tree
‘We’ve done it!’: Christine is mother to twins Leo and Penelope, six, who have autism and three-year-old Felicity
Earlier in December Christine told her 301K Instagram followers that she has been able to decorate her family home with its first Christmas tree in six-years.
The star previously admitted she was unable to excessively decorate her home over the festive period because it overwhelms Leo and Penelope, who have autism.
But taking to Instagram, Christine admitted she had successfully erected a large tree in her living room this year, complete with baubles, tinsel, and plenty of fairy lights.
Happy: The McGuinness children looked pleased with their gifts as they played on Christmas Day
Baby steps: Christine recently shared her delight after decorating her family home with its first Christmas tree in six-years
An image showed Leo, Penelope and their three-year old sister Felicity inspecting the large tree shortly after decorating it.
Captioning the image, Christine revealed she had been using a variety of aids to help her children cope with the festive period.
She wrote: ‘I am the proudest mummy, I can’t believe my babies are happy around our Christmas tree Christmas is always a very difficult time of year for us…
‘Our children can get overwhelmed, upset with all the changes everywhere, the lack of school routine, they get overstimulated and anxious meaning daily meltdowns are a given.
‘This year I am preparing more than ever, visiting Christmas displays as much as possible (even if we only last 5 minutes) .. choosing decorations for our tree together, using visual calendars, reading stories about Christmas, even watching peppa pigs Christmas on repeat.’
She added: ‘So far they are coping amazing and we have managed to put a tree up at home without any upset for the first time in years.’
The twins were diagnosed with autism in 2017 and the model has previously said Felicity is showing signs of autism, but can’t be diagnosed until she is at least three or four.
Yuletide: Last year the couple hoisted a large tree outdoors and she and her husband Paddy both shared snaps of the enormous tree which is now standing in their garden