Paddy McGuinness and family will not have a Christmas tree this year, to help autistic twins cope

Paddy McGuinness and Christine in 2003 (Picture: Getty Images)

Paddy McGuinness’ wife Christine has revealed that their family home will not have a Christmas tree this year to help their twins, who have autism, cope.

‘I think this is enough for our Christmas decorations, I’m nervous about putting a tree up, I don’t think I’m going too,’ Christine wrote on Instagram, sharing a picture of five stockings – one for Mummy, Daddy, Penelope, Leo, and Felicity.

‘Last year was the most upsetting Christmas we’ve had, we had just been told our twins had autism and we felt very out of our depth. Christmas massively affects the twins behaviour,’ she added.

‘They were extremely… Read the full story

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