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Christine McGuinness Shows Off Her Flawless Body In Racy Swimwear Snap

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By Afouda Bamidele on May 5, 2023 at 3:30 PM EDT

Christine McGuinness has brought in the heat!

The model set pulses ablaze as she showed off her figure in a smoking hot swimsuit snap she shared with her 710k followers on Wednesday, May 3. The update promptly became a topic of conversation, as multiple people took to the comments to acknowledge her beauty and sexiness.

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McGuinness has reminded her fans of her hotness in her latest Instagram post. The 35-year-old beauty, who recently opened up about her autism diagnosis, displayed her unmistakable tan as she soaked in the sun on a balcony during an idyllic getaway.

For the event, the "The Real Housewives of Cheshire" star donned a black one-piece with a plunging neckline that allowed her bosom to spill out. It also had strap detail along the sides and barely covered her derrière, glistening under the sun.

She also wore a pair of dark sunglasses and let her blonde tresses fall down her shoulders as she placed one hand over her head. Beside the mother-of-three laid a neutral-toned large-brimmed hat and a black, oversized Rive Gauche bag from Yves Saint Laurent.

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Christine McGuinness Shows Of Her Flawless Body In New Racy Swimwear Snap
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A large body of water and numerous buildings can be seen in the distance, adding substantial sophistication to the image. Beneath it, she wrote, "H-E-R swim coming soon," adding "#Ad" to indicate that she was advertising the swimsuit.

As expected, the comment section quickly filled with praises for the former beauty queen, with one person typing, "Looking fire 🔥 and sublime settings ❤️." "Amazing view [and] the one in the background [is] not bad either," another commented. A third netizen penned, "You look Sensational, Christine!!," and a fourth effused, "Total figure envy right here. Have the best time." 

McGuinness received the same fanfare when she shared her journey with autism, following her 2021 diagnosis, through her BBC documentary, "Christine McGuinness: Unmasking My Autism."

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Several people reached out to her to applaud her bravado, and she shared their messages through a series of Instagram Stories last month. Per The Blast, the first screenshot featured a comment from a fan, which read:

"I’m at the hospital with my daughter & I have just overheard a conversation regarding a young girl suffering from Anorexia who has been admitted and the parents are asking about exploring an autism diagnosis off the back of your truly wonderful documentary."

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A subsequent update came with a collage of different texts, with one from an Instagram user who told the "The Real Full Monty" star that even though their brother had been "undiagnosed but was 1000000% autistic." Unfortunately, that lack of diagnosis resulted in the death of the 34-year-old man who killed himself in January 2022.

Christine McGuinness leaving the ITV studios, London.
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Below that message was another from a second person informing McGuinness that their "daughter went and got help after your documentary." A third text within the same collage profusely appreciated the National Television Awards nominee for saving their 12-year-old daughter's life with the documentary, adding that the family had secured an appointment at Caudwell.

The "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?" participant finished the emotional updates with a video revealing her plans to take a break from social media to get herself together.

The 'A Beautiful Nightmare: My Story' Author Disclosed Her Worry About Her Autistic Kids' Future

The "Steph's Packed Lunch" guest opened up about her concerns regarding how her children — who have all been diagnosed with autism — would deal with life as adults during the "Me, My Autism & I" exhibition in April. She stated:

"It keeps me awake at night. I worry if they’re going to be independent when they’re older. It’s an extra concern with them being autistic and having additional needs – they’re more vulnerable."

Despite not knowing if her kids would need "support in getting employment" or "if they'll have independent living," the "Loose Women" guest host was determined to "stay positive." Additionally, she has become extra focused on spending "as much time as possible," making the children "as independent as they can be for when that time comes."

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So far, the trio has successfully developed "coping mechanisms" which help handle the challenging situations that Leo, Penelope Patricia, and Felicity Rose find themselves in. Thanks to that, their number of public blowouts has reduced, ultimately limiting the chances of them getting judgy looks from outsiders.

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