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Paddy McGuiness admits feeling ‘homesick’ since split from Christine | Celebrity News | Showbiz & TV

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Paddy McGuiness, 49, has broken his silence since splitting with Christine McGuiness, 35, after 11 years of marriage last July.

The Top Gear host admitted he feels “homesick” each time he has to work away from home, as he continues to live together with his estranged partner and their three children.

Paddy recently frolicked away from home as he travelled to South Africa for his latest Channel 4 show, Tempting Fortunes.

Chatting with The Sun’s TV magazine, Paddy spoke about his busy schedule and the way much he struggles when he’s away from his family.

He admitted: “I’ve all the time had a form of rule that I stick by where I never do greater than nine days anywhere because I identical to being at home. I feel naturally you get homesick.

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“After I used to do Take Me Out, for example, you’re thinking that a bit in a different way since you’re within the UK, so psychologically it isn’t that bad, but Take Me Out used to take every week, So Take Me Out, weirdly, out of all the pieces I’ve done, is the show that took me away from home the longest.”

Paddy said he keeps involved together with his family members via video call, while contestants usually are not allowed to contact their families.

He continued: “It’s whenever you’re within the position these guys [the contestants on Tempting Fortune] are in, where you have literally got zero contact together with your family, that is when the chips are really down.”

This comes after Paddy’s estranged wife Christine spoke earlier this week to Heart FM’s No Filter about her family arrangements.

She explained: “We’re not actually like several other family I do know.

“I like the way in which we’re, I try not to check myself to every other family because we’re actually not like several other family that I do know.

“So, I’m comfortable and I embrace our family the way in which we’re, and I like our differences.

“Each family is exclusive anyway but ours is only one that I’ve never seen on any social media platform before and I’m quite pleased with that.

“I like us, I like the way in which we’re.”

The previous couple still lives together and haven’t told their kids about their split with a view to keep things as “normal as possible” for his or her three autistic children: twins Penelope, and Leo, nine, and Felicity, six.

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