Paddy McGuinness has recently admitted that he doesnt know how he is still with his wife, after finding it difficult raising his four-year-old twins who have autism.
But, the pair appear to be making time for each other as they shared a picture of themselves looking very cosy.
Taking to Instagram, Christine uploaded a picture of herself and Paddy laying topless in bed together.
While she covered up her modesty with the sheets, the Take Me Out host bared his chest as he beamed into the camera.
The star revealed that the snap was taken when the couple thought they were getting an early night.
However, went on to say how their little ones had other plans at two in the morning.
She wrote: The excitement of an early night, before our little lady had other plans!. Felicity wanted to party at 2am, 4am and 6.30am
Beauty sleep is needed.
Fans were quick to comment on the picture and shared their own stories about being woken up by their kids.
One wrote: Haha Christine, the joys of parenthood. But you wouldnt have it any other way, would you?
Another added: I feel your pain my baby was up every hour from 2am last night sooo tired (sic)
Someone else commented: You dont need beauty sleep.
Paddy recently opened up about his two children when speaking on John Bishop: In Conversation With.
He told the star: Some days its a wonder how were still together, me and Christine, because you cant sort of do the normal things that you would as a couple.
I can count on one hand the amount of times weve been on a night out together, because you cant just have a babysitter. You cant just say “Ill drop em off at me relatives to look after” because its not like that.
Praising his wife Christine, he added that his wife was better with the twins.
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I think women with children are better than men. This is only my opinion. Might be cos me Mum brought me up. I think maternally, they just take to being a parent quicker than men.
And when the kids were born, I had that strange working-class mentality of these kids are here now, Ive gotta provide for em.
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