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Christine McGuinness Reveals Why She Won't Be Having Any More Children!

Christine McGuinness recently appeared on Loose Women to discuss World Autism Awareness Week. The Real Housewives of Cheshire star, who is the mother of three children; twins Leo and Penelope and daughter Felicity, with the twins having been born with autism.

Christine revealed that hings are ‘getting better’ for the twins, though she won’t be having additional children as they will stretch her time.

"I must say things are getting better. They’ve come along so much better," she revealed on the British daytime talk show, according to Metro UK. "[We] wanted six children – but we are done," she said.

The wife of Paddy added that their decision was "not because we don’t want another autistic child, but we are stretched because the children do have autism, it’s hard to manage your time."

Last month, Christine admitted that she felt like single parent at times due to her husband's hectic work schedule.

"I would be lying if I said it’s great. It’s not, it’s really tough," the Real Housewives of Cheshire star told the Mirror. "At the moment I barely see him. It is getting to the point now where I feel it is overwhelming and too much. I feel like a single parent at times. I keep thinking it will quieten down soon but actually I don’t think it will."

"I think work will be good for Paddy and he’s going to be very, very busy and so I don’t know what we’re going to do."

Paddy, who's only been at home five days in the past month due to his on-demand work schedule on Top Gear as well as appearing as a team captain on Celebrity Juice, presenting dating show Take Me Out and game show Catchpoint.

"It’s great that he’s so busy. But of course I would love to see him because he’s my husband. I miss him and I love it when he’s at home. The children miss him when he’s working so much," she explained. "But I’ve got to support his work – I always have done. And he’s doing it all for the kids, to provide for them and give them a good life."

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