Paddy McGuinness Strips Off His Shirt To Work Out In The Garden
He's used to a busy career as a TV presenter, jetting around the world for Top Gear.
And Paddy McGuinness needed some alone time on Thursday after stopping work to self isolate with his wife Christine and their three children amid the coronavirus crisis.
The TV star, 46, posted a video on Instagram as he stripped off for a garden work out on his exercise bike.
Working up a sweat: Paddy McGuinness needed some alone time on Thursday after stopping work to self isolate with his wife Christine and their three children amid the coronavirus crisis
'20 minutes(ish) escape from the kids! Sun's shining and we've just got some teabags! #wednesday #keepmoving #enjoyacuppa #staysafe #washyourhands #staystrong #stayhome,' Paddy captioned the short clip.
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But it didn't look like the comedian was enjoying his spot of fresh air as he declared 'absolute b*****ks' in the video after working up a sweat.
Paddy and his wife Christine have both been sharing their daily workouts over the past week, as they juggle home schooling their children Leo and Penelope, six, and Felicity, four, together.
Al fresco exercise: The TV star, 46, posted a video on Instagram as he stripped off for a garden work out on his exercise bike
Keeping fit: But it didn't look like the comedian was enjoying his spot of fresh air as he declared 'absolute b*****ks' in the video after working up a sweat
Paddy got very cheeky as he playfully grabbed his wife's chest in another hilarious TikTok video on Sunday.
The comedian, 46, wished the model mum-of-three, 32, a happy Mother's Day as he uploaded the fun clip to his Instagram page.
And on Monday, Christine shared a motivational workout video that was cheekily interrupted by the presenter.
Fun: Paddy and his wife Christine have both been sharing their daily workouts over the past week, including a cheeky video on Sunday
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Fit: On Monday Christine shared a motivational workout video that was cheekily interrupted by the presenter
Cheeky! She captioned the saucy video: 'Good morning! Watch till the end to see what I'm dealing with when trying to workout in isolation!'
She captioned the saucy video: 'Good morning! Watch till the end to see what I'm dealing with when trying to workout in isolation!' before sharing details on how she is staying fit.
Christine made a heartbreaking plea on social media on Monday evening for people to stop stockpiling food amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Taking to Instagram Stories, the 32-year-old warned that the 'vulnerable', including her three autistic children, could go hungry as they have a 'restricted diet.'
Model Christine shared a picture of a love heart with the words 'Be Kind.'
Heartbreaking: Best IPTV Box 2020 Christine pleaded with people to stop stockpiling food and to consider her 'vulnerable' autistic children on Instagram on Monday
Help: Model Christine shared a picture of a love heart with the words 'Be Kind' alongside a lengthy explanation
She wrote: 'When you are emptying the shelves at your supermarket please bare in mind that you are emptying the tummy's of our vulnerable, including my own children. [sic]
'Many children and adults with autism have a very restricted diet, the variation of food they eat is quite often extremely limited.
'Some people with autism and other conditions that include sensory food aversions will go hungry from your greed. ⠀
'The supermarkets have stated that there is enough food, you DO NOT need to empty the shelves putting our vulnerable at risk of further health conditions.'⠀
Her loves: Christine's children, twins Leo and Penelope, six, and Felicity, three, have all been diagnosed with autism