Paddy and Christine McGuinness share epic dance routine while in self isolation

Paddy McGuinness and his stunning wife Christine are making the most of their time together in self-isolation.

The Top Gear presenter and his blonde bombshell wife took to the streets to get a breath of fresh air during quarantine, and decided to learn some new skills while they were at it.

Reality TV star Christine was forced to put her birthday celebrations on hold thanks to the coronavirus outbreak, but there's no doubt that she spent her time wisely with her handsome hubby.

The Real Housewives Of Chesire star refused to let social distancing get her down.

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Instead, she celebrated turning 32 with her husband and father of her three children Paddy by learning a TikTok dance.

Taking to Instagram to share the adorable video of the loved-up pair, Christine wrote: "Sorry kids embarrassing mum and dad moment".

She continued by adding that she's enjoying her time in self isolation to no end, thanks to Paddy and his positive attitude.

"Isolation is making me spend far too much time with Mr Mc."

"Move over Biebers!" she added.

The duo looked picture perfect in the dance video as they donned casual yet cool ensembles.

Showing off her killer curves and tiny waist in an all-white outfit, Christine looked the picture of youth in a tiny crop-top and a pair of cargo pants.

Meanwhile, Paddy matched his doting wife as he donned Navy tracksuit and a navy hoodie to match.

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The pair's 'hip' video comes after Paddy outed 'selfish' bulk buyers amid the outbreak of the coronavirus.

blasted those panic-buying toilet roll as the coronavirus pandemic continues.

The  Top Gear  presenter, 46, was left furious from scenes he had seen and was set to head to a supermarket but was concerned the shelves would be bare.

The  Take Me Out  host said on  Instagram  : "I'm about to risk my first big shop since all the madness happened.

"I hope there's stuff on the shelves after all the absolute tools stripped everything all the pensioners and everyone else who couldn't get to the supermarkets."

He then went to point out the conflicting logic of stocking up on both pasta and toilet roll.

Paddy noted: "Well, that pasta you bought and that lifetime supply of toilet roll?

"After eating all that pasta, you wont be s***ting for a month so the toilet roll is a waste of time."

Following his supermarket visit, Paddy found his fears confirmed and continued to blast those panic-buying supplies.

He continued: "Toilet rolls and kitchen rolls shelves – still totally empty.

"Food and drink – the very stuff we need to survive – tons of it! No need to panic, there's plenty on the shelves!"

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