Christine McGuinness has often taken to social media to document family life and her children's adjustment to autism.
Proud mum-of-three Christine, 31, has now shared an adorable snap of her children as they returned home from a family holiday - their first ever trip abroad.
Christine - mum to twins Leo and Penelope, five, and two-year-old Felicity - took to Instagram to tell the world how proud she was of her kids.
Leo and Penelope were diagnosed with autism when they were three-years-old, while Felicity has also showed signs of the condition.
My babies are smashing life even with their obstacles, nothing will hold them back!
Christine said in her post: "This time last week we went on our first little adventure abroad.
"We had no idea how our children would cope in a different country with a different bed, with different food, with a different routine!
"I’m still gushing over how well they done. My babies are smashing life even with their obstacles, nothing will hold them back!"
Many of her 258,000 followers leapt into action to show their admiration and support.
"Such an achievement. You must be the proudest parents ever," one said.
Another wrote: "Well done all of you. I work with young ones with autism and I salute our parents. You are doing an ace job."
"As a fellow Mammy I love reading your posts and hearing about your families amazing journeys #fabparenting," a third commented.
Finally, a follower said: "Amazing so happy for you. Your children are amazing."
Earlier in August, Christine shared a touching birthday tribute to her husband Paddy and gushed over how "grateful" she is for their family.
She told him she's "so proud" of everything he's achieved.
Posting a snap of the two of them, Christine wrote: "Happy birthday my love. Forty six today @mcguinness.paddy and living your best life!"
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