Christine McGuinness pictured while leaving the National Television Awards in London

Christine McGuinness Inspires Fans As She Goes Hard In Gym

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By Afouda Bamidele on July 18, 2023 at 10:00 AM EDT

All eyes are on Christine McGuinness!

The autism advocate showed her hundreds of thousands of fans some of the exercise moves that she uses to stay in shape all year round. The routine not only caught attention thanks to evidence of the English model and television personality's fitness journey, but it also created an avenue for communication between her and a supposedly concerned fan.

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Christine McGuinness Has An 'Easy Sunday' In Her Home Gym

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McGuinness revealed her rock-hard midriff with the help of a black sports bra and a variety of colored leggings including pink, gray, and teal. Showing off a workout kit for a sponsored ad for her brand on Instagram, the 35-year-old blonde set her video to Nicki Minaj and Ice Spice's hit collabo for the upcoming live-action Barbie and alternated between some machines. Beneath the clip, she penned:

"Gym Barbie got some newness from H-E-R @weare___her. Your favourite sell outs are back in stock 🤩 #AD."

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Promptly, one fan wrote in the comment section, "You push and pull that prowler like it's nothing!! I hate it and can't do no way near that weight!!" A fellow fitness enthusiast hyped, "High knee drive on the sledge. Creates more muscle mass and power. Good work," and a third gushed, "Absolutely gorgeous 🔥🔥🔥🔥."

"Workouts give you time to work on yourself mentally and physically," a fourth person claimed, and a fifth complimented, "Looking amazing 🤩 collection looks fab 😍." Meanwhile, this concerned fan wanted to know, "Is this how you spend Sundays shifting weights. You need to chillax lovely."

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In response, McGuiness wished her Sunday "was this chilled," explaining that she had spent her day "bowling then in a play centre with my little trio & smashed 40 mins in the gym once they were sleeping." She wrapped up her answer with a declaration that "the gym was the easy part of my Sunday."

Besides working out, another routine that the former "Real Housewives of Cheshire" star indulges in is yoga. In an April report by The Blast, she had worn a pair of leggings with a sports bra and demonstrated back bends and shoulder stands without breaking a sweat. 

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She showcased the moves to the tune of H.E.R's 2017 single, "Every Kind of Way" and instantly got her supporters egging her on in the comments. section. While one person commented, "You make me wish I'd kept up doing Pilates," a second suggested, "You should teach yoga; you are very good at the poses. See Less. Well done, great for mental health."

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One observant follower also asked if yoga helped McGuiness' autism anxiety, to which she replied, "Yes, I've been terrible recently, terrible with it; yoga helps."

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The 'Loose Women' Guest Star Lauded For Her 2023 BBC Documentary On Autism

In case you missed it, the "The Game" star was diagnosed with the developmental disability caused by differences in the brain in 2021, after which she became vocal about it. In the early days of 2023, she, with the help of her ex-husband Paddy McGuiness, aired a documentary, "Christine McGuinness: Unmasking My Autism" on BBC recently.

Following that, the 27th National Television Awards nominee received an influx of praise from viewers who watched — and learned a thing or two from — the documentary. One such person sent McGuiness an Instagram DM that partly read:

"Your courage, honesty and all your contributors' narrative enlightened us, as clear as if our daughter was lifting her mask away and explaining her inner self.Her teenage years have been horrific with bullying, trauma, SH and isolation, and no professional help has been able to reach her properly. We will never have the honour to meet you, to hug you, or to say thank you, but please take that we are truly, truly grateful."

A second messenger wrote in their text that their 34-year-old brother had been "undiagnosed but was 1000000% autistic." Even though the person in question died of suicide in January 2022, his sibling believed that "him not being in a world that understood him was a massive factor."

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Other equally touching messages included one that updated McGuinness about their daughter going to get help after seeing the documentary and another profusely appreciating her for saving a 12-year-old girl's life with the television program. That remark conclusively noted, "We have now got [an] appointment with caudwell for [an] appointment for [an] autism assessment."

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