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Paddy and Christine McGuinness hold hands with their three kids in Easter family photo

They are enjoying the sunshine!

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Christine McGuinness has shared a sweet family pic with her husband Paddy and their three kids.

The couple soaked up the sunshine with their children – twins Leo and Penelope, five, and two-year-old daughter Felicity – on Easter Sunday.

Model Christine took to Instagram to post the photo – which saw the couple walking hand-in-hand with their little ones.

Happy Easter my fabulous little chicks 🐥🐥🐥

A post shared by Christine McGuinness (@mrscmcguinness) on

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Christine captioned the post: “Happy Easter my fabulous little chicks.”

Fans loved the cute family picture, with one person commenting: “Beautiful image.”

Another said: “Lovely photo Christine happy Easter to you,” while a third gushed: “Happy Easter guys lovely pic.”

Christine recently admitted that she and Paddy would love to have more children but it’s not practical with their lifestyles.

Their twins Leo and Penelope have autism, and Christine said Felicity has also showed signs.

Christine McGuinness and her kids
The couple’s twins have autism (Credit: Instagram)

She told New Magazine: “I think we’re done. We wanted more, we really did.”

The couple discussed having as many as six children in the past but Christine says she now feels too stretched.

She continued: “I thought we were going to have at least four and we wanted six.

“But our hand are just so full and I’m on my own. I feel like a I’m a married single parent.”

Last month, Christine opened up about looking after her children while Paddy is working.

Christine said it can be “tough” being away from Paddy for extended periods (Credit: Instagram)

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She revealed it can be “tough” being away from him for extended periods and keeping the house together.

Speaking to the Mirror, Christine said: “I would be lying if I said it’s great. It’s not, it’s really tough. At the moment I barely see him. It is getting to the point now where I feel it is overwhelming and too much.

“I feel like a single parent at times. I keep thinking it will quieten down soon but actually I don’t think it will. I think work will be good for Paddy and he’s going to be very, very busy and so I don’t know what we’re going to do.”

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