Christine McGuinness tells fans ‘don’t worry’ as she shares hospital selfie
Christine McGuinness has reassured fans after sharing a selfie from a hospital bed.
The model and wife of TV host Paddy McGuinness posted a picture to Instagram showing her wearing an oxygen mask and hospital gown.
Christine gave the thumbs up in the picture and told fans not to worry, though she did not reveal why she was in hospital.
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She said: “Please hear me when I say ‘I am very well so please don’t worry’ I just had a little snooze, honestly it wasn’t long enough.
“But whilst I’m lay here, I’ll take a selfie and send a little reminder to stay strong.
“Live, laugh and love every day. Be kind always, you never know what people are dealing with behind their smile.”
Please hear me when I say “I am very well so please don’t worry” I just had a little snooze, honestly it wasn’t long enough 😴😄 But whilst I’m lay here, I’ll take a selfie 🤪 and send a little reminder to stay strong. Live, laugh and love every day. Be kind always, you never know what people are dealing with behind their smile ✨🌟💫
A post shared by Christine McGuinness (@mrscmcguinness) on Feb 28, 2019 at 1:03pm PST
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Fans commented with messages of support and well wishes.
One concerned fan said: “I sympathise, I’m currently on day 3 in hospital and away from my babies, wishing you best wishes in your recovery xxx”
Another worried follower added: “We are worried about you Christine, but I am sure you will get through this, you have probably got exhaustion, which is normal for someone that takes on the world…..the kids need you and we need you so you must rest and let all the love that we are sending take you to a full recovery, xxxxxxxx.”
Christine, 30, married Take Me Out and Top Gear host Paddy, 45, in 2011.
The couple have three children, twins Penelope and Leo who were born in 2013 and youngest daughter Felicity, who was born in 2016.
Additional reporting by PA