Paddy McGuinness comforts tearful wife Christine as they ‘work through’ marriage woes after he was 'spotted' with Nicole Appleton

Safeeyah Kazi
Comfort: The McGuinness' attempt to 'work through' marriage: Getty Images

Paddy McGuinness has been spotted comforting his tearful wife Christine as they reportedly work through their marriage woes.

The pair are thought to be in discussions about the future of their relationship after the Take Me Out host was spotted walking arm-in-arm with Canadian singer Nicole Appleton last Friday.

According to The Sun, the comedian was seen embracing his wife for a hug as they talked at a park near their home in Cheshire on Tuesday.

A source reportedly told of how the pair “talked things through” for an hour in their car prior to Christine leaving in tears, just a day after she was spotted breaking down at the wheel.

Just good friends? Nicole Appleton was spotted with Paddy McGuinness(Tabatha Fireman/Getty Images)

The source said: “It’s clearly a very emotional time for both of them. They obviously have a lot to talk through to decide how they both feel about the situation.

“Those who know them hope they can work through things, because they’re a lovely couple with wonderful children - but sometimes things just don’t work out.”

The news comes after Appleton was trolled on social media after being spotted with McGuinness in Soho on Friday night.

On Sunday, singer-songwriter Appleton tweeted: “Good Morning Sunday”, alongside a sun and snowflake emoji.

However, followers were quick to use the opportunity to blast the One Strike singer, referencing her night out.

One follower quipped: “Since when did you start calling Paddy Sunday?”

Meanwhile another rehashed McGuinness’ catchphrase on Take Me Out: “No Blokey, No Likey!”

Meanwhile Christine McGuinness took to social media to post a cryptic series of social media posts.

Ex-model Christine shared a deep post on Instagram about “everything happening for a reason”, shortly after news of her husband’s night out emerged.

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