Christine McGuinness accuses fan of stealing her pictures to catfish men and tells her ‘you’re not me hun’ – The Sun

CHRISTINE McGuinness has called out a fan for stealing her photos, accusing the fictional account of doing it to catfish men.

The Real Housewives of Cheshire star, 32, took a screenshot of her Instagram stories showing someone had taken two snaps from her account and clapped back – “you’re not me hun”.

Mum-of-three Christine took a screenshot on her Instagram stories which showed someone had taken two photos from the glamour model’s Instagram page and then shared them on her personal social media page.

While she wasn't best pleased with someone using her pictures for deception, Christine encouraged the follower to 'be happy with who she is' and told her 'you are not me, hun.'

Christine said: "I've never understood this whole catfish thing. Be happy with who you are. Those are my photos."

Although the pictures used do not reveal Christine's face, the reality star confirmed that they were definitely of her.

One of the snaps, shared on the fake account, shows the star posing in a tiny bikini, which was uploaded in April.

The other post was also shared on the same day and appeared to be a topless pic of the star posing in her garden. However other users were quick to spot the fake account and the posts have been filled with a number of comments. Christine even poked fun at the situation herself and commented 'you look great hun.'

Born in Merseyside in 1988, Christine has taken on the world of beauty pageants, in 2007 she bagged the Miss Commonwealth title, and won Miss Liverpool, at the tender age of 18.

Soon after she modelled for Liverpool-based boutique Cricket in her bikini at the Liverpool Tennis Tournament.

After three years together she married presenter Paddy McGuiness in 2011 and they share the £2.1million home with their three children, twins Leo and Penelope, and three-year-old Felicity.

Located in the countryside corners of Cheshire , the house has been a sanctuary for them during the coronavirus pandemic.

Christine has spoken candidly about the difficulties of caring for their autistic children during lockdown, however despite the challenges, it has brought them closer together.

"The things we used to bicker about was mainly how much he would be away from home or if I wanted to work and couldn’t because he was away, it was like little things whereas now we’re both stay at home parents."

"We’re both doing the same amount of cooking, cleaning, childcare, bedtimes, so there’s nothing really to argue about. But don’t get me wrong, I want him to go back to work!”

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