Paddy and Christine McGuinness performed well after appearing in MediaCity UK in Salford. BBC Tuesday breakfast.
A television presenter (48) and his model wife (33), who will undergo knee osteoarthritis next year, discussed their next autism documentary, “Our Family.”
Paddy cut a casual look by combining a navy coat and matching jeans with a white T-shirt.
Out and About: Paddy and Christine McGuinness made an appearance when they left MediaCity UK in Salford after appearing at the BBC Breakfast on Tuesday.
Christine chose a dark green jumpsuit while adding height to the frame with a pair of black heels.
A former real housewife from Chesher Star was wrapped in a black coat and loosened her blonde lock from her shoulders.
Paddy recently revealed that he was going to have knee surgery next year-after admitting that it was “still goose”.
Top Gear presenter hurt his knee in September while preparing for a soccer charity game for Soccer Aid.
Stunning: Christine chose a dark green jumpsuit while adding height to the frame with a pair of black heels.
At that time, he had to get out of the game and told his fans: I have to get out of @socceraid for the first time because of an injury.
“I tore my outer meniscus, and it’s not something that can be categorized by a magic sponge. Good luck to both teams today. If you have a ticket, have a great day for a big purpose. You can spend it. “
The Take Me Out presenter revealed that he was still suffering and unable to “generate enough power” in his legs. That is, he needs to have surgery in the new year.
In a video showing him frustrating with a punching bag, the TV host told fans on Instagram: Sometimes you just have to unleash.
Surgery: Paddy recently revealed that he will have knee surgery next year-after admitting that it is “still goose”.
“The technique outside the window blows away the stress of a nice heavy bag and hits hard. The work is strange to me.
‘Slowly start the way home. My knees are still goose so I can’t generate enough power, but I had surgery in New York soon.
“That aside, I’m still doing it here!
PS If you think it’s hard AF, always remember, the bag won’t fight back! Do you think Bruce Lee said that? #monday #stressrelief # heavybag # blast # getitdone # mentalhealth # kisskissbangbang # boxingworkout # feelbetternow # pressurevalve. ‘
Injury: Top Gear presenter hurt his knee in September while preparing for a soccer charity game for Soccer Aid
Paddy writes as follows. My knees are still goose so I can’t generate enough power, but I’ll have surgery in New York soon and I’ll be back !!! “
The meniscus (medial and lateral meniscus) is a crescent-shaped band of thick rubber-like cartilage attached to the tibia (tibia).
‘They act as shock absorbers and stabilize the knee. The medial meniscus is inside the knee joint. The lateral meniscus is on the outside of the knee.
As he saw Paddy get rid of his frustration, he received a lot of comments from his followers, including Paddy’s wife Christine.
Paddy replied: “Behave!”
Chris Harris, co-presenter of his Top Gear, also joked. I hope so. ‘
Paddy replied: “And the rest of you.”
“I think my kids will probably stay home with me forever”: Paddy recently elaborated on the fears of people using children with autism (last month’s photo).
It was after Paddy opened his heart about the horrors surrounding his three children with autism, and he believes he will probably be at home “forever” with him.
TV stars share twins Leo and Penelope, 8 and 5 years old Felicity, with Christine, who recently revealed her own diagnosis of autism.
During a candid chat with The Sunday Times, his beloved father even admitted to worrying about what would happen to his trio after he and Christine crossed.
He said:’I think my kids will probably stay home with me forever. It’s great now. I’m here and Christine is here.
“But in the end, when we’re not here anymore, we’re worried that people will take advantage of them. We’re trying to put everything in place for them and make them as independent as possible. I’m just there. ”
Clan McGuinness: TV stars share twins Leo and Penelope, 8 and 5 year old Felicity with Christine.Christine recently revealed her own diagnosis of autism
Looking back on the early days of the twins, Paddy, who recently wrote an autobiography called My Lifey, said he and Christine had “nothing to measure” because their friends didn’t have children of the same age. ..
Paddy also revealed that his 10-year-old wife often stays out of the house because Leo and Penelope are anxious about the new experience and show compulsive behavior.
The couple did not even reveal their situation to their close family.
They recently embarked on a research BBC documentary, “Our Family and Autism,” to learn more about disability.
A former Real Housewives Of Cheshire star was revealed during production to be autistic, which caused her to “sleep” her parents’ concerns.
Candid: The couple recently embarked on a research BBC documentary, “Our Family and Autism,” to learn more about disability.
Parents admitted that they blamed themselves after all three children were diagnosed with autism.
She asked herself, “Did the pair always do something wrong with herself?”, Whether it was the vaccine given to the children as a baby or the lack of social interaction in the early stages of development. I admitted that.
she said Telegraph:’So when they weren’t talking, socializing, or eating food, I immediately blamed myself.
‘But Simon [Baron-Cohen, professor at Cambridge University] After years of doing all this research, it was clear that it was genetics.
“Now I know there’s nothing we can do differently. Our children were born with autism, and I did.
Paddy and Christine McGuinness: Our family and autism will air on BBC One on Wednesday, December 1st at 9pm.
What is Autism?
Autism spectrum disorders (ASD) can cause a variety of symptoms and often fall into two major categories.
First, the issue of social interaction and communication.
This includes the feelings and emotions of others and / or the difficulty of understanding and recognizing problems in joining or initiating a conversation.
Thought patterns are another important area. That is, a pattern of restricted repetitive thoughts and body movements, such as tapping and twisting by hand, which is upset when these configured routines are interrupted.
It is estimated that 1 in 100 people in the UK has ASD. Boys are diagnosed more than girls.
There is no cure for ASD, but various educational and behavioral support programs can help people in this condition.
Paddy McGuinness leaves the BBC studio with his wife Christine
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