Christine McGuinness urges Strictly bosses to sign her and says husband Paddy doesn’t care about curse

CHRISTINE McGuinness really wants to do Strictly Come Dancing and doesn’t think the curse would be a problem for her husband Paddy.

The 31-year-old – who has appeared on Real Housewives Of Cheshire – made her plea to bosses as she admitted she has always wanted to learn something new.

Christine McGuinness really wants to do Strictly Come Dancing

She told the Daily Star:  “I would love to do Strictly. Learning a new skill and wearing sparkles… I am there.

“I have always wanted to learn to dance like they do in Dirty Dancing too. It’s my fave movie.”

Addressing the show’s famous curse which has seen couple’s break up over the years, she added: “Paddy would be fine with it.’’

Mum-of-three Christine has started to appear in the limelight more and more over the years.

Christine says husband Paddy wouldn’t worry about the curse
The star has branched out to TV in recent years
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While her husband Paddy is known for Take Me Out and Top Gear, she previously shied away but has started making more TV appearances.

She often speaks about life with autistic children and also appears on Loose Women from time to time.

Paddy and Christine’s twins Leo and Penelope, six,  were diagnosed with autism in 2017, and the couple previously said that Felicity is showing signs of the condition but was too young to be diagnosed.

Last year the children achieved a number of impressive firsts including having a tree up in their home for the first time in years as they usually struggled with the sensory overload.

Christine is a mum of three

They also managed to go on their first family holiday this summer as the children boarded a plane for the first time.

Christine told fans at the time: “This has been 6 years in the making, planning and dreaming for a family holiday.

“We started with a weekend in Southampton (we didn’t want to risk going abroad for the first time flying incase it went awful, we knew we could get a train home) but they done amazing, I don’t think it will be long until we have our first holiday abroad!

“This maybe be a ‘normal’ thing to do for most families but for ‘autism’ families like ours this is a huge achievement!”


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