Paddy McGuinness has taken steps to pay tribute to his wife Christine McGuinness, after they tied the knot nine years ago. The Top Gear host has lost his wedding ring twice, most recently in October.
The 46-year-old’s mishap occurred while on holiday with his spouse and their three children.
Christine, 31, explained how he attempted to make it up to her via her Instagram page while pointing out one crucial factor.
Paddy previously had a tattoo done on his ring finger after his initial major blunder, adding to his various inkings.
It is not known when he first had the addition done, but the second time he lost the band his other half made sure to point it out to fans.
They went on to welcome three children: twins Leo and Penelope in 2013, and daughter Felicity in September 2016.
On the twins’ fourth birthday three years ago, Christine revealed that they are autistic.
Earlier this month, they announced their youngest also has autism in an emotional social media post.
The mum-of-three wrote: “Going through this journey again does still bring some heartache knowing all three children will face challenges and difficulties that others won’t.
“But ultimately I feel confident as a family we are in a much stronger place, we are able to use our experience and knowledge as power helping us to feel well prepared.”
Meanwhile, Paddy previously showed off a stunning lion tattoo he had inked in tribute to son Leo.
“For my son Leo. Now for a few hours of inking fun with Woody @inkinc_tattoos please be gentle,” he wrote at the time online.
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