Christine McGuinness said she was “preparing for a difficult time” by bringing her children back to school.
Christine’s children have started to return to school because some lock restrictions have been lifted at school corona virus pandemic.
Many schools must close their doors and only open to the children of key workers in an effort to curb the spread of the deadly virus.
Christine was open about the struggles of her three children, each of whom suffered from autism, facing major changes that occurred during the plague.
Now, the mother of three children has shared honest insights about how she and her husband Paddy McGuinness are handling their children back at school.
In an open post at Instagram, former Miss Liverpool Christine posted a photo of her son swimming and wrote: “It is safe to say that we have had mixed emotions in the last few days, especially from me but mostly good!
“It’s a personal choice to send your children back to school and not an easy choice.
“We tested it taking things one day at a time.
“Trying for just a few hours, seeing if the twins are happier and more satisfied with some routine returns and if they can carry out school life safely then that’s what we will do!
“In the end I just want them to be happy and safe, which I feel they are.”
For her youngest child, Felicity’s daughter, Christine admitted she was “very struggling” with change.
The 32-year-old added: “We haven’t heard anything from the nursery for our youngest child, I don’t know if / when they will open.
“And to be honest he is very struggling, I can’t wait to get it back for his welfare even though I’m preparing for a hard time to finish it again”.
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