Christine McGuinness displays her VERY ample cleavage in a tight black top and houndstooth skirt as she joins Amber Turner for festive beauty bash
She’s no stranger to flaunting her ample bust and toned physique.
And Christine McGuinness displayed her incredibly ample cleavage in a revealing black top as she attended a festive pampering party in Essex on Friday.
The star, 31, looked sensational in a thigh-skimming houndstooth skirt as she joined TOWIE star Amber Turner, 26, for the beauty bash at Hutton Hall in Brentwood.
Amazing: Christine McGuinness displayed her ample cleavage in a revealing black top as she attended a festive pampering party with TOWIE’s Amber Turner [right] in Essex on Friday
Christine cut a stylish figure as she headed into the beauty celebration with her ample bust on display in a tight black top.
The mother-of-three teamed the top with a red and black houndstooth skirt and thigh-high leather boots, but wrapped up against the chilly weather with a faux fur jacket.
Christine let her long blonde tresses tumble down her back in loose curls as she headed into the pamper day which saw her enjoy an array of treatments and pick up some gifts from brands including 3D-HydrO2 facial and HB London, for the festive season.
Jaw-dropping: Mother-of-three Christine, 31, paraded her ample busty in a tight black bustier top as she attended the beauty event in Hutton Hall
Wow! She teamed the look with a fitted houndstooth skirt and faux fur coat, and added some extra height with thigh-high black leather boots
Amber also put on a leggy display as she headed into the Christmas pamper day, but opted for a cosy cream knitted dress to highlight her slender pins.
The reality star teamed the dress with thigh-high suede boots and a YSL-branded bag cinched in to highlight her slender waist.
Amber accessorised her look with a matching baker boy hat and a beaming smile as she headed into the beauty day.
Dressed to impress: Amber also displayed her slender pins in a cream knitted dress with thigh-high black suede boots and a baker boy hat as she arrived for the event
Christine’s appearance comes after she told her 301K Instagram followers that she has been able to decorate her family home with its first Christmas tree in six-years.
The star previously admitted she was unable to excessively decorate her home over the festive period because it overwhelms her twins Leo and Penelope, six, who have autism.
But taking to Instagram on Sunday, Christine admitted she had successfully erected a large tree in her living room this year, complete with baubles, tinsel, and plenty of fairy lights.
An image showed Leo, Penelope and their sister Felicity, three, inspecting the large tree shortly after decorating it.
Baby steps: Christine recently shared her delight after decorating her family home with its first Christmas tree in six years
Captioning the image, Christine revealed she had been using a variety of aids to help her children cope with the festive period.
She wrote: ‘I am the proudest mummy, I can’t believe my babies are happy around our Christmas tree Christmas is always a very difficult time of year for us…
‘Our children can get overwhelmed, upset with all the changes everywhere, the lack of school routine, they get overstimulated and anxious meaning daily meltdowns are a given.
‘This year I am preparing more than ever, visiting Christmas displays as much as possible (even if we only last 5 minutes) .. choosing decorations for our tree together, using visual calendars, reading stories about Christmas, even watching peppa pigs Christmas on repeat.’
She added: ‘So far they are coping amazing and we have managed to put a tree up at home without any upset for the first time in years!
‘Now, somehow I just need to keep this whole calm, prep, structured Christmas feel around for the next 2 weeks!’
Christine and husband Paddy McGuinness’ twins were diagnosed with autism in 2017 and the model has previously told that Felicity is also showing signs of autism, but can’t be diagnosed until she is at least three or four.
Yuletide: The star previously said that she was unable to decorate her home as it overwhelmed her two oldest children who have autism
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