Christine McGuinness cut a stylish figure in a mini skirt and chic fur coat as she stepped out in Cheshire on Monday.
The 35-year-old The Real Housewives of Cheshire star was seen with a big smile on her face as she showed off her chic new purchase.
She hopped into her fancy £120,000 matt black Land Rover Defender 110 for a day of roaming the city.
Christine looked great in her gorgeous fall outfit and seemed as happy as ever with her brand new car.
She slipped into a black faux leather miniskirt with heart-detailed tights and added height to her figure with black knee-high boots.
Glamorous: Christine McGuinness, 35, cut a stylish figure in a chic fur coat as she stepped out in Cheshire on Monday
The 35-year-old star of The Real Housewives of Cheshire was seen with a big smile on her face as she showed off her fancy new purchase – a £120,000 Land Rover
Christine stayed warm in a long-sleeved black top and paired her outfit with a black Gucci shoulder bag.
Her happy appearance comes after she angrily lashed out at her ex-husband Paddy McGuinness after he quit his new Channel 4 series.
She filmed herself bashing “some absolute idiots” she had just read about in a video she shared on her Instagram Stories.
Although she didn’t mention Paddy’s name, Christine admitted she was “speechless” at what she had read.
She said, “Wait a minute… Wow.” I just read some absolute nonsense. I mean, I think so.
“Speechless, overwhelmed, not shocked, but I will just sit here and remain silent with dignity.”
“What a load of shit.” “You know that this Halloween I’m going to show up as someone who’s in control – no one will know it’s me,” she added.
Christine then shared a quote that read, “Feels good when you’re together.” Personally, I wouldn’t know, but I bet it feels good.
New purchase: She hopped into her fancy £120,000 matt black Land Rover Defender 110 for a day of wandering around her city
Radiant: Christine looked gorgeous in her gorgeous fall outfit and seemed as happy as ever with her brand new car
Living in luxury: Christine kept warm in a long-sleeved black top and paired her outfit with a black Gucci shoulder bag
Not happy: Christine McGuinness appears to have launched a furious tirade against her ex-husband Paddy McGuinness after he quit his new Channel 4 series
Ex: The reality star filmed herself bashing “some absolute bastards” she had just read in a video she shared on her Instagram Stories (pictured in 2019).
She said: “Speechless, overwhelmed, not shocked, but I will just sit here and maintain my dignified silence.”
Show: Paddy told how he was forced to take a week off filming Don’t Look Down, a Stand Up To Cancer Challenge, to look after his and Christine’s children
It comes after Paddy told how he was forced to take a week off to film Don’t Look Down, a Stand Up To Cancer challenge.
The presenter explained that he had to take some time off because he and Christine had no one to help them with their three children, all of whom have autism.
He said: “Unfortunately I have to go home today and may not be back for another week.”
“Co-parenting…We don’t have anyone to help us with the kids at all.”
“With our children, they need me or Christine or people who are in our support network.
“I’m disappointed because the boys will be 10 meters in the air and it will feel like starting over, but there’s just nothing I can do about it.”
Christine and Paddy announced last year that they were splitting up and would be co-parenting their children, twins Penelope and Leo, nine, and seven-year-old Felicity.
Athlete: It comes after Christine was spotted getting ‘quite close’ to Premier League footballer Jesse Lingard at the Sexy Fish launch party in Manchester.
It comes after Christine was spotted “looking pretty close” with Premier League Footballer Jesse Lingard At the Sexy Fish launch party in Manchester.
An onlooker told The Sun: “Christine and Jesse chatted for ages. “It’s clear Jesse was smitten with Christine and they looked pretty similar.”
Midfielder Jesse has played for Man United, Nottingham Forest, West Ham and Birmingham and scored eight goals for England.