Paddy and Christine McGuinness “too busy” for more children

The couple have three children

Paddy McGuinness has revealed he and wife Christine are both “too busy” to have any more children.

The Take Me Out host, 44, said the couple have “no plans” to add to their family of five at the moment, while model Christine focuses on her career.

The pair are already parents to their four-year-old twins Penelope and Leo, and 21-month-old daughter Felicity.

Paddy said he and Christine are “too busy” to have more children at the moment (Credit: FameFlynet)

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Paddy told The Sun: “There are no plans at the minute to have any more kids. We’re way too busy for that!”

The telly favourite has revealed they’re focusing on spending quality time together with their kids instead.

Christine, 30, is also focusing on her role as a Real Housewife of Cheshire.

Speaking about their busy family life, Paddy added: “It is very busy. It seems like we have a lot on but at the minute we’ve got quite a bit of time at home.”

“It’s just balancing it, so we’re not on the road at the same time … we both share the school run.”

The couple have a busy family life, too (Credit: Instagram)

The couple revealed last year that their twins Penelope and Leo have autism.

In April, the couple organised a ball which raised more than £100k for the National Autistic Society.

Earlier this year, Christine told the Manchester Evening News: “Knowing my children and they both have autism, I still find them absolutely perfect and amazing.

The couple’s twins, Penelope and Leo, have autism (Credit: Instagram)

“The diagnosis hasn’t changed that at all, but it has helped us explain their behaviour to other people.”

Meanwhile, Paddy recently revealed he’s “working on” launching a TV show about being a father to autistic children.

Speaking to John Bishop on his In Conversation series, Paddy revealed: “I’m just working on it at the minute, I’m going to be doing a programme about it, because I feel that strongly about it.

“There’s this scale and it’s like ‘where are you on the autistic spectrum?’ – they’re saying that’s gone now and there isn’t a scale.”

paddy-mcguinness with his family
Paddy said he’s working on a TV show about life as a father to autistic children (Credit: Instagram)

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He added: “But I believe there still is, because you can walk into a room with a child with autism and it can be very, very extreme, you can spot it straight away.

“It’s a really, really tricky one to deal with, autism.”

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