Christine McGuinness teased that she was working on a new project as she posed with a camera in a radiant new snap shared to her Instagram account on Thursday.
The Real Housewives Of Cheshire star, 34, shared a positive caption saying she’s ‘starting something new’ and vowed to ‘trust the magic of beginnings’.
It comes amid her split from husband Paddy after 11 years of marriage after she reportedly found Instagram messages from the Top Gear host to a BBC presenter.
Exciting: Christine McGuinness teased that she was working on a new project as she posed with a camera in a beaming new snap shared to her Instagram account on Thursday – after her marital split from Paddy
In her latest snap, Christine looked happy and healthy as she donned denim shorts, a white t-shirt and a hot pink jacket paired with blue Nike trainers.
Next to her were a huge black backpack, a film camera, and a personalized white suitcase.
She wrote in the caption: And suddenly you know… It’s time to start something new and trust the magic of beginnings with a camera emoji.
Representatives for Christine have been contacted by MailOnline for further information.
Difficult: It comes amid her split from husband Paddy after 11 years after she allegedly found Instagram messages from the Top Gear host to a BBC presenter
The blonde beauty also took to her Instagram Story on Thursday as she took a train ride to London, shared a clip of the city at night and a selfie posing in her hotel.
She then shared a second photo from the camera in the car seat next to her – potentially meaning she’s shooting another documentary after the success of her autism documentary last year.
This follows news that Christine has split from her husband Paddy after 11 years of marriage.
Happy: The blonde beauty also took to her Instagram Story on Thursday as she traveled by train to London to start working on the project
Paddy, 48, who made a name for himself on the dating show Take Me Out, reportedly exchanged a series of messages with another woman in March, shortly before he and Christine decided to live separate lives.
Although there is no suggestion the messages went beyond friendship, informed sources said Christine was upset after finding them on her phone.
A friend said: ‘Paddy had been messaging the woman for some time. They were direct messages and were quite friendly. It is not known how they met, but they followed each other for a while.
“There were various issues between him and Christine, but that was definitely one of the driving forces that started to make them evaluate their future as a married couple.”
Interesting: She then shared a second photo from the camera in the car seat next to her – potentially meaning she’s shooting another documentary after the success of her autism documentary last year
Speaking to The Sun this month on Sunday, Christine hinted at serious strain in the marriage, adding: ‘I don’t want to say too much, but I’ll just say I didn’t cause this situation.
“You have to expect that when you’ve been together for so long. Everyone grows and changes, and we’ve grown as a family, which is amazing. That family bond will always be there no matter what.
“But I was a teenager when I met him and I’m a 34-year-old woman now, so I guess what I could have put up with in the past, I probably wouldn’t now – and the same. for him.’
City life: She also shared a short clip as she explored the bright lights of London after traveling there for the project
MailOnline exclusively revealed at the end of last month that the couple had ended their marriage.
A source told MailOnline: ‘Paddy and Christine have given their marriage everything over the years.
“Unfortunately, they have made the difficult decision to separate for the sake of their young family, which they will continue to co-parent.
“It’s no secret to anyone around them that it’s been a tough few years for them as a couple, but they still have great support for each other and will continue to do so throughout their separation.”
Tough: The couple announced on Instagram last month that they had decided to go their separate ways but would still be living together in their £2.1million home in Cheshire for the sake of their children
The couple announced on Instagram last month that they had decided to go their separate ways, but would still live together in their £2.1million home in Cheshire for the sake of their children – twins Leo and Penelope, nine and Felicity, six – all of whom have autism.
Sharing a joint statement, they wrote: “We had no plans to share this publicly until we were ready, but after the lack of privacy surrounding our personal life, we feel like we have no other. choice than to clarify.”
“Some time ago we made the difficult decision to go our separate ways, but our main goal, as always, is to continue to love and support our children.
Over: Paddy shared a photo of himself with Christine just hours before the 15-year-old couple announced their separation last month
“It was not an easy decision to make, but we are moving forward as the best parents we can be to our three beautiful children. We will always be a loving family, we always have a great relationship and always live happily together in our family home.
“We hope this will now put an end to any unwanted and unnecessary intrusions into our privacy.”
“While we are working in the public eye, we ask that you please respect our privacy wishes in this regard. We will make no further comment.
Priority: The couple share twins Penelope and Leo, eight, and Felicity, six, who have all been diagnosed with autism. They vowed to continue friendly co-parenting of their children