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Christine McGuinness steps out after thieves targeted £2.1m mansion

She was forced to go to the police last week when it emerged thieves had stolen thousands in cash and belongings from the £2.1m mansion she shares with husband Paddy.

And Christine McGuiness was putting the incident behind her, flashing a beaming smile when she stepped out in Alderley Edge, Cheshire on Wednesday.

The Real Housewives Of Cheshire star looked radiant as she emerged from The Style Lounge salon after a quick makeover, tossing her long locks over her shoulders.

Stepping out: Christine McGuiness was putting her recent home theft behind her, flashing a beaming smile when she stepped out in Alderley Edge, Cheshire on Wednesday

Christine, 30, displayed her toned and tanned figure in a tartan dress teamed with a tiny white crop top.

The skimpy garment showed off a hint of her flat stomach as she sauntered along.

The model carried her essentials in a Louis Vuitton handbag and accessorised with statement sunglasses.

Christine ditched her heels for the day, prioritising comfort with a pair of white trainers. 

Beaming: The Real Housewives Of Cheshire star looked radiant as she emerged from The Style Lounge salon after a quick makeover

Beaming: The Real Housewives Of Cheshire star looked radiant as she emerged from The Style Lounge salon after a quick makeover

Top of the crops: Christine, 30, displayed her toned and tanned figure in a tartan dress teamed with a tiny white crop top

Top of the crops: Christine, 30, displayed her toned and tanned figure in a tartan dress teamed with a tiny white crop top

It was reported last week that the theft at Paddy and Christine’s home took place ‘over a matter of weeks’ – suggesting someone with access to the house may be involved. 

Money and other high-value items have gone missing from the family’s sprawling £2million estate in recent weeks, prompting them to go to the police. 

It was reported last week that the theft at Paddy and Christine’s home took place ‘over a matter of weeks’ – suggesting someone with access to the house may be involved. 

Casual look: Christine ditched her heels for the day, prioritising comfort with a pair of white trainers

Casual look: Christine ditched her heels for the day, prioritising comfort with a pair of white trainers

Theft: Money and other high-value items have gone missing from Christine and her husband Paddy's sprawling £2million estate in recent weeks, prompting them to go to the police

Theft: Money and other high-value items have gone missing from Christine and her husband Paddy’s sprawling £2million estate in recent weeks, prompting them to go to the police

The thefts were initially thought to have been the result of a burglary, but police confirmed they took place over a long period of time, and they do not believe other homes in the wealthy Cheshire village are at risk.

The police announcement suggests the criminals either had access to McGuinness’ home or broke in a number of times.

Neither McGuinness nor his wife have commented. She returned to the police station for a second day today and spoke to police for more than two hours.

Strutting her stuff: he model carried her essentials in a Louis Vuitton handbag and accessorised with statement sunglasses

Strutting her stuff: he model carried her essentials in a Louis Vuitton handbag and accessorised with statement sunglasses

The couple, who have been married since 2011, live in a £2.1m, seven-bedroom mansion in Cheshire.

They share the home with their three children, twins Penelope and Leo, five and Felicity, two.

It is not known whether the couple were at home of the time of thefts or what items have been stolen.

Robbed: Christine and Paddy McGuinness were seen leaving a police stateion last week after reporting a burglary on their mansion home

Robbed: Christine and Paddy McGuinness were seen leaving a police stateion last week after reporting a burglary on their mansion home

Family home: The couple They share the property with their three children, twins Penelope and Leo, five and Felicity, two

Family home: The couple They share the property with their three children, twins Penelope and Leo, five and Felicity, two

A Cheshire Police spokesman said: ‘The victims reported that a number of items, including cash, have been taken from their home over a period of weeks.

‘Enquiries in relation to the allegations are ongoing and officers are not appealing for information from the public.’

The force’s PC Steve Kaminski said: ‘I would like to reassure the community that this is believed to be an isolated incident which has no impact on local residents.’

Mysterious: It was reported last week that the theft at Paddy and Christine's home took place 'over a matter of weeks' - suggesting someone with access to the house may be involved

Mysterious: It was reported last week that the theft at Paddy and Christine’s home took place ‘over a matter of weeks’ – suggesting someone with access to the house may be involved

 

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