Christine McGuinness reveals rude message and says ‘an orgasm a day keeps depression away’

CHRISTINE McGuinness has revealed the naughty messages she’s been sending pals in lockdown – as she insists “an orgasm a day keeps depression away”.

The 32-year-old has opened up about her “mantra” in life – and it involves making time every day for some “self-care”.


Christine McGuinness believes an orgasm a day keeps you happy[/caption]

Sharing a screenshot of her message with a friend, Christine said: “My WhatsApps right now.. Can you guess what we’re talking about?”

The conversation starts with Christine saying: “I’ve got a suitcase with a lock on it! Big kisses.”

Her friend replied: “I’ve actually got a chest full in lockdown.”

Christine added: “I fully believe an orgasm a day keeps depression away.”


She revealed her mantra in a naughty chat with friends[/caption]


The model shared her wisdom on Instagram today[/caption]

She then told fans: “My mantra. Try it.”

Last year Christine made a saucy confession on The Real Housewives Of Cheshire about her sex life with husband Paddy.

She said the couple – who have been married since 2011 – have made their own sex tape, but never watched it back.

Christine admits she’s kept up her glamorous look in lockdown to help her stay feeling sexy.

And she often likes to show fans her incredible figure by stripping down to racy lingerie from Ann Summers.


The 32-year-old urged her fans to try it[/caption]

She told fans previously: “Getting glam is my favourite way of making myself feel sexy during lockdown!”

As she was complimented on her weight, Christine said: “I had my boobs done after I had kiddies, they were big anyway I only went one size up .. Everything else is hard work, commitment, lots of sweat, early mornings and late nights!

“I’ve been 6 stone heavier, lost it all then 4 stone heavier and now almost lost it all but my goal is good health, no particular size or weight.”

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She’s been married to Paddy since 2011[/caption]

Since getting hitched, Christine and comic Paddy have gone on to have three children together, six-year-old twins Penelope and Leo, and Felicity, three.

All three of their kids are autistic and during the coronavirus lockdown, the couple have become their full time carers.


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