Inside Paddy McGuinness' 48th birthday as his three kids make adorable cards and a cake
PADDY McGuinness paid tribute to his three children as they made a fuss over him on his 48th birthday.
The TV star and his model wife Christine, 33, shared a rare glimpse of their brood in photos on Instagram on Paddy#s special day.
The comedian gushed over twins Penelope and Leo, eight, and daughter Felicity, five, who treated him to a homemade cake, birthday cards and balloons.
The comedian looked thrilled with their effort and shared in a sweet message on Instagram: "My babies made me a Birthday cake!
"Being a parent is stressful but it’s the moments like this that make everything worthwhile.
"For anyone else celebrating their Birthday today, happy Birthday!!! 🎂 #birthday#leo#august#weekend#cake"
Christine shared the same set of photos and typed: "Happy birthday Daddy
🥳🎁🎉❤️ Have the best day!" as his friends wished him a happy birthday.
One said: "Happy Birthday buddy, the kids did you proud 🙏🏻"
Christine and Paddy tied the knot in 2011 and regularly speak out on parenthood as all three of their children have autism.
Christine recently revealed that their youngest daughter had developed a stutter "out of the blue" and "regressed" in development during a "very difficult" lockdown.
And earlier in the year she shared her heartbreak that her children had become "physical" with her while struggling with the change to routine.
The star admitted that the situation is "awful" as she shared a private WhatsApp message she'd sent a friend with followers.
The text reads: "I totally understand, all three of mine have got more physical with me and each other recently, it's awful."
Adding a heartbroken and crying emoji, Christine continued: "I barely recognise them sometimes and I just paint a smile on like everything is fine.
"Thinking of you lots, stay strong. This time will pass."
In the caption, the beauty told fans that she'd sent the text to another mother she knew whose children have additional needs.
Opening up, Christine wrote: "Day 1 : Lockdown 3. This may or may not help anyone but this is ‘real life’ I just want to let my SEN families know you are not alone, I hear you, I understand.⠀"For me personally I feel good, I am very head strong and I love to stay positive but I can’t deny what these lockdowns are doing to my children 😭 my children are not the same little people they were this time last year 💔"
Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is an incurable, lifelong developmental condition that affects how people perceive the world and interact with others.
It affects around one in 100 people in the UK and is three to four times more common in boys than in girls.
When they are young, their language development may take longer and they can struggle to use facial expressions, using gestures to communicate instead.
Many children with ASD like to follow a routine, and changes to this can cause distress.
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