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Christine McGuinness shows off her figure in skin-tight leggings and a cropped padded jacket

Christine McGuinness shows off her figure in skin-tight leggings and a cropped padded jacket after announcing ‘solo TV project’

Christine McGuinness showed off her figure in skin-tight leggings as she stepped out in Alderley Edge, Cheshire on Tuesday. 

The model, 34, who is reportedly embarking on her first solo TV project with the BBC, wrapped up warm in a grey padded jacket. 

She was beaming as she strolled down the street swinging her quilted Chanel handbag. 

Happy: Christine McGuinness, 34, showed off her figure in skin-tight leggings as she stepped out in Alderley Edge, Cheshire on Tuesday

Christine completed her comfortable yet chic look with a pair fitted scoop neck top and pair of chunky leather boots. 

She styled her blonde hair straight and opted for a smokey eyeshadow and a slick of pink lipstick for her outing. 

It comes after Christine is reportedly embarking on her first solo TV project since the breakdown of her relationship to husband Paddy.

Out and about: The model, who is reportedly embarking on her first solo TV project with the BBC, wrapped up warm in a grey padded jacket

Out and about: The model, who is reportedly embarking on her first solo TV project with the BBC, wrapped up warm in a grey padded jacket

Last year, the former couple, who have three children, announced they had split after 11 years of marriage.   

Now, Christine is said to be preparing to film an ‘incredibly personal journey’ with the BBC which charters her autism diagnosis and why she was undiagnosed for so many years.  

Christine and Paddy, 49, were nominated for a National TV Award with their first film Our Family And Autism, and now the broadcaster are said to have commissioned a second documentary with the beauty called Unmasking My Autism. 

All smiles: Christine completed her comfortable yet chic look with a pair fitted scoop neck top and pair of chunky leather boots

All smiles: Christine completed her comfortable yet chic look with a pair fitted scoop neck top and pair of chunky leather boots

‘Christine was shocked by how autism is seen as something mostly affecting men and what felt like a gender bias in diagnosis,’ a source told The Sun. 

‘The second film follows her on a journey in search of answers for the thousands of other women like herself in the UK, who are spending years undiagnosed or masking their symptoms to the detriment of their mental health.

‘It’s taken on additional weight as her first solo project. Away from Paddy, she’s been part of ensemble casts like The Real Housewives Of Cheshire and ITV’s The Games but this is Christine, standing alone and owning her space.’ 

MailOnline has contacted the BBC and Christine’s representatives for comment.  

'This is her standing alone': Christine is said to be preparing to film an 'incredibly personal journey' with the BBC which charters her autism diagnosis

‘This is her standing alone’: Christine is said to be preparing to film an ‘incredibly personal journey’ with the BBC which charters her autism diagnosis

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