(UK) TV star Christine McGuinness, mom of 3 with autism

June 21, 2021, Mirror: Christine McGuinness gets emotional as youngest daughter leaves for first day of school

Christine McGuinness shared an emotional Instagram post as her youngest daughter headed off to school for the first time. The Real Housewives of Cheshire star, 32, is mother to Felicity, five and twins Leo and Penelope, seven, all of whom have autism. Five-year-old Felicity is going for a taster day at school before she starts full time in September. The Charity ambassador shared three pictures to her Instagram showing a back profile of her holding hands with her three children in their school uniform. Her second post was a solo picture of her daughter looking adorable in a high ponytail plait with a red bow to match her uniform. Under the post Christine added an emotional caption to go alongside the photos which received more than 11 thousand likes…. "As many of you know, all three of my children are autistic and change can be something they struggle with, but preparation is key to making these things easier."… Christine has three children with husband Paddy McGuinness, 47, and she has always been candid about living with autism and how the family cope with the kids' condition. During an appearance on Loose Women in February, Christine shared in detail of the impact the pandemic had on her children. Felicity, her youngest, developed a stutter during the first lockdown, which Christine said was never there before. All three of her children struggle with the communication which as a family they work hard to build. The reality star, explained her daughter is getting help with her speech in therapy and the stutter has got better. Christine often uses her social platforms to share her experiences with her children to her half a million followers and gives advice and support to parents …