Christine McGuinness celebrates daughter Felicitys birthday with ex-husband Paddy

Christine McGuinness celebrates daughter Felicitys birthday with ex-husband Paddy

Christine and Paddy McGuinness have once again proved that exes really can be amicable as they celebrated their daughter Felicity's seventh birthday together.

The pair, who announced their split in the summer of 2022, share twins Penelope and Leo, nine, and Felicity.

After their split, Christine, 35, and Paddy, 50, remained living together and have even gone on holidays together with their children, who all have Autism.

Both parents took to Instagram to share some snaps from the special day, which included a rainbow unicorn cake, a dinosaur inflatable slide, rollerblades and plenty of presents.

In the caption on her post, Christine gushed: "Felicity, My baby girl.

"Seven years old today and owning every part of your big personality proudly just as you should.

"You always stand up for yourself and shout about everything you believe in and your comedic side has the whole family laughing daily.

"I know I’m raising one hell of a strong little lady and I love watching you grow. Never changed my angel, I love you."

In Paddy's post, he included a video of himself walking out with a cake as everyone sang 'happy birthday' to Felicity.

In his caption, the proud dad wrote: "My youngest daughter, Felicity, turned 7 today! A wonderful sunny day filled with cakes, bouncy slides and trampolines!!! Love you my big girl."

Earlier this year, Christine opened up about living with Paddy – despite them splitting, as she explained why it works.

Speaking to OK!, she said: "It’s certainly not a long-term or forever plan. It works right now because we’re both so busy and we’re in and out of the home so we tend to swap days and we’ll share.

"It’s much like any parent really – juggling jobs and children. We definitely don’t want to upset them or change anything too quickly, and for me as well. I like slow changes, and we’re alright – we’re family.

I’ve known Paddy for 15 years, so I don’t know life without him. It is what it is."

Speaking about whether she was scared to be a single mum, Christine said: "I’m not feeling it yet because nothing has changed in our life. I think because my mum was a single mum with three children, I know I’ll be fine. I’ve had the children a hell of a lot, from when they were newborns. Paddy was always working away and I was a full-time mum.

"I probably felt more like a single mum back then than I do now, because he’s at home a lot more now than he was then. I think because of my mum I know I can do anything. She raised a family on her own with nothing.

"At least with mine I know we can put the heating on, food on the table, they’re in a lovely school and we can get them new shoes if they need them, so we are in a really good place. I can’t be too down because I know I’m extremely lucky and fortunate."

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