CHRISTINE McGuinness has opened up on single life following her split with husband Paddy in a heartbreaking segment to air on her new TV show.
The model, 34, broke her silence on their painful break up on ITV show Loose Women last week.
Now mum-of-three Christine will detail the impact of her broken heart on her life in her BBC show Christine McGuinness: Unmasking My Autism, which is available on iPlayer today.
Back in November 2021 Christine revealed she had been diagnosed with autism – just like her three children Penelope and Leo, nine, and six-year-old Felicity with ex Paddy, 49.
She was then told that she also suffers with ADHD.
In a teaser for her programme, aired on Wednesday's Lorraine show, Christine can be seen standing in her lavish Cheshire home as she admits she is "petrified."
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She tells the camera: "Our marriage – now that was major.
"I have been with my husband since I was 19."
She added: "I can't imagine life with anyone else.
"I don't know what it's like to date, I can't remember being single."
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Candidly opening up on her fears, she said: I don't know what to do with it.
"I am going into a new chapter on my own – it has been petrifying for someone who doesn't like change."
Christine previously told how she was "really not fine" in the painful aftermath of their split.
She also admitted she stayed in her unhappy marriage because it made her feel "safe."
Christine and Paddy are co-parenting their brood after their split last year.
At the time of their split, they each posted identical statements on Instagram where they opened up about the "difficult decision."
Christine recently teased a return to more reality TV.
She is no stranger to life on the small screen, having appeared in the likes of The Real Housewives of Cheshire, The Real Full Monty and The Games.
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