Christine McGuinness flaunts her peachy posterior in a TINY orange skirt as she pines for the end of lockdown with throwback post

She helped a lot of & # 39; s nation pinging before the end of & # 39; a coronavirus lockon.

And Christine McGuinness proudly flaunted her peachy posterior in a small orange miniskirt for a throwback post on Thursday.

The mother-of-three, 32, shared the video of her amazing dance moves during a night out, when she & # 39; s told fans she was in the & # 39; middle of planning & # 39; their freedom party. & # 39;

Jaw-drop: Christine McGuinness was proudly flaunting her peachy posterior in a little orange miniskirt for a fun throwback post on Thursday

Christine looked incredible in & # 39; video then & # 39; t got her sink abs and endless pins in & # 39; a navy blue crop top and orange frilled miniskirt flashed.

With her blonde curly locks tumbling over her back, Christine saw the sexy bomb blast every inch as she showed off her best dance moves.

The star appeared to be at a concert in & # 39; video, though she was in & # 39; e signature was clearly pining for the end of & # 39; lockdown.

She wrote: & # 39; Plans of my Freedom Party after lockdown. & # 39;

Happier times: The mother-of-three shared the video of her amazing dance moves during a night out, when & # 39; she told fans she was in & # 39; in the middle of planning & # 39; their Freedom Party & # 39;

Happier times: The mother-of-three shared the video of her amazing dance moves during a night out, when & # 39; she told fans she was in & # 39; in the middle of planning & # 39; their Freedom Party & # 39;

Loving it: Christine looked incredible in her video when she paired the navy blue crop top with the orange skirt to dance to what a concert turned out to be

Loving it: Christine looked incredible in her video when she paired the navy blue crop top with the orange skirt to dance to what a concert turned out to be

Despite the funny video, Christine recently revealed to fans that she's been sober for 12 years by sharing a throwback snap of her teenage self.

Christine uploaded the image next to the title: & # 39; It's more than 12 years ago that I last had a taste, I was here 18 in Blackpool, not sure where & # 39; I found the pink wig, but I think it was a great night!

& # 39; I've been thinking a lot about this today, double vodka cranberry, one in each hand please. New day tomorrow, we are the lucky ones, at home, safe and well. & # 39;

Days Gone: Despite the fun movie, Christine recently revealed to fans that she's been sober for 12 years by sharing a throwback snap of her teen self

Days Gone: Despite the fun movie, Christine recently revealed to fans that she's been sober for 12 years by sharing a throwback snap of her teen self

Growing up: Christine (pictured prior to the Clap for Carers celebration last week) publicly revealed that it's been more than 12 years since she & # 39; last had a taste & # 39;

Growing up: Christine (pictured prior to the Clap for Carers celebration last week) publicly revealed that it's been more than 12 years since she & # 39; last had a taste & # 39;

The star has also provided insight into life in lockdown with her presenter husband Paddy McGuinness and her children Leo and Penelope, six, and Felicity, three.

She recently warned the & # 39; vulnerable & # 39 ;, including her three autistic children, could go hungry during the lockdown, because & # 39; they have a & # 39; restricted diet & # 39 ;.

She wrote: & # 39; When you lay the shelves at your supermarket, remember to empty the stomach of our vulnerable, including my own children. (sic)

Heartbreaking: Even after Christine made a heartbreaking plea on social media last Monday for people to stop eating in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic

Heartbreaking: Even after Christine made a heartbreaking plea on social media last Monday for people to stop eating in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic

& # 39; Many children and adults with autism have a very limited diet, the variety of foods they eat is very often extremely limited.

& # 39; Some people with autism and other conditions that include sensory aversions will go hungry from your greed. ⠀

& # 39; The supermarkets have declared that there is enough food, you do not need to empty the shelves and put our vulnerable at risk of further health conditions. & # 39;

In good company: Christine is home with husband Paddy and their children Leo and Penelope, 6, and Felicity, 4 (pictured)

In good company: Christine is home with husband Paddy and their children Leo and Penelope, 6, and Felicity, 4 (pictured)

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