PADDY McGuinness’ wife Christine fears her 10-month baby daughter competence have autism too as she is showing symptoms identical to the twins.
The couple recently suggested their eldest kids have been diagnosed with the condition, and Christine has now certified it done her demeanour at little Felicity some-more closely.
Christine, 29, opened up about their twins Penelope and Leo’s condition in a touching Instagram post on their fourth birthday.
The couple are also relatives to Felicity, who was innate last year, and the indication has certified she fears the little girl may also have autism.
She suggested one of the signs that led to her twins being diagnosed was that they both walk on their tip toes, and Christine reveals Felicity does the same.
During an coming on This Morning today, she said: “I am looking for little things.
“If she does have autism, we’ll get her the help she needs.
“She does things like station on her tippy toes, and she likes dry food. But she is code new, we don’t wish to put too much on it.”
In an honest interview, Paddy, 43, and Christine, 29, recently non-stop up about their daily heartbreak seeing their children struggle.
Speaking to the Mirror, Paddy said: “Some days, it feels like you’re solemnly drowning. It’s like you’re under water desperately swimming up to get oxygen, but never getting there.
“When we hear the word ‘autism’ we just feel so unhappy. we don’t like seeing how it affects my children. It upsets me so much seeing them getting so stressed out and frustrated. Every primogenitor just wants their child to be happy and to strengthen them.
“I should be the happiest we have ever been with my career, family and friends, but we can overtly contend we am never happy in myself now.
“I constantly worry about them. I would give up all to take this condition divided from them.”
Christine added: “Every day the heart breaks”.
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