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Christine McGuinness has given a glimpse inside the gorgeous princess-themed birthday party as her daughter Felicity turned five.

The 33 year old, who recently opened up about undergoing the test for the BRCA gene after her mum Joanne was diagnosed with the disease in September, gave a sneak peek inside the adorable party at their £2.1million home in Cheshire.

Mum-of-three Christine, who shares twins Penelope and Leo, eight, and Felicity, with Paddy McGuinness, shared a snap of the birthday girl in a Liverpool Football Club kit, captioned: "My little miss Felicity is 5 today. She is a whirlwind of fun, a ball of energy and god knows this one keeps me on my toes

"Felicity is growing into a polite little girl with impeccable manners and the biggest heart. I am so lucky she is mine! Happy birthday Felicity you’ll always be my baby."

The former model pulled out all the stops for her little girl with a magical pink and purple balloon arch and a backdrop of a princess castle.

Christine looked radiant in a lime green maxi dress as she held a gorgeous baby pink castle cake for her adorable little girl which featured figurines of Disney princesses including Belle, Aurora and Cinderella.



The Real Housewives of Cheshire star also organised for a huge bouncy castle in the garden and filmed her three children excitedly running up to the huge slide.

It comes after Top Gear star Paddy, whose children have all been diagnosed with autism, opened up about dealing with a nasty comment from a stranger in a car park while he was out with his children.

The comedian and presenter appeared live on the BBC and Sky News this week to discuss autism and recalled an experience where a stranger made a judgemental comment about his family.

Paddy explained: "I've been in a disabled parking space in the past with my children and had to educate a bloke there who was clearly being judgemental of why we were parking there even though we had a blue badge.

"He said 'they don't look disabled' , you know, you've got to bite your lip in those circumstances and just take a deep breath and explain to the person."

"I did do that and actually it was the right thing to do because you could see that he was embarrassed that he's said that," Paddy continued. "But these are the prejudices that you've got to meet head on."

Paddy's wife Christine recently announced she is releasing a tell-all autobiography later this year entitled A Beautiful Nightmare.

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