Christine and Paddy McGuiness regularly update fans on their family life from inside their Cheshire home.

The couple and their three children twins Leo and Penelope, six, and Felicity, four, moved into the sprawling mansion in December 2020 after five years of renting.

The former Miss Liverpool described the property as a "dream" and the couple have spent the last 12 months making the property their own.

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Here we take a look at what the family have done with the house so far and its luxury interior.

The property boasts of high ceilings, plush velvet interiors and marble floors throughout.

This week Paddy shared a photo of the couple's bedroom, with their cat making an appearance perched on the sofa.

Sharing a close up of their cushions and bedding in a photo on Instagram, Paddy said: "I’ve become that pillow guy. Please help, I can’t stop puffing and fluffing!!! #pillows #cantstop #sendhelp #fluffing #puffing #tuesday."

The couple have similarly opted for neutral tones in the living room which is kitted out with a grey carpet, cream sofas, a statement gas fire and a large flat screen TV.

The kitchen is equally impressive with high ceilings, marble worktops and a separate wine fridge.

Patio doors look out onto a stunning garden with a sprawling lawn, play area and a huge terrace area that's perfect for sunbathing while watching the children play on the trampoline.

In summer, Paddy and Christine transformed the garden with an inflatable obstacle course and a tepee as they held a party in the garden for their twins eighth birthday.

The couple have been very open about the twins' struggle with autism and have regularly spoken out about the difficulties they have faced as a family.

Their youngest daughter Felicity also has the condition, displaying many of the same behaviours that her older siblings did.

Despite regularly sharing family photos online, Christine and Paddy never show their children's faces in photos and prefer to keep them out of the limelight.

Christine, 33, who was recently diagnosed with autism herself, said her own diagnosis will make it easier to tell the kids they're autistic.

Speaking on Loose Women recently, she said: "So when we do discuss it with them, at least now I can say 'You’re just a bit like mummy. It’s not going to hold you back. Mummy’s working. Mummy’s married. Mummy has a family. You are capable of all these things'."

Mum-of-three Christine and her comedian husband spent a lot of time and energy renovating their home before moving in December 2020.

Speaking at the time of the renovation, Christine said they were "building the dream" but added she "proudly" grew up on a council estate.

In an Instagram post, she said: "I am proudly from a council estate (Halewood, Liverpool) the dream home is simply a warm house filled with children and laughter.

"So renovating our house in Cheshire, creating a safe, comfortable home suitable for our children is a blessing I am incredibly grateful for it’s more than a dream.

"I can’t wait to get my babies settled here."