Christine McGuinness steps out minus her wedding ring to watch England’s Lionesses triumph


Christine McGuinness was in good spirits as she watched the England women’s national football team triumph against Germany at Wembley Stadium in London on Sunday.

The former model, 34, put on a busty display in a low cut white halter neck top which she teamed with a pair of blue denim jeans with ripped detail as she stepped out after her split from husband Paddy McGuinness.

Sporty Spice Mel C joined Christine at the event, with the pop star, 48, donning one of her trademark tracksuits to watch the match, while giving a glimpse at her taut abs in a white crop top.

Christine was joined by Mel C who wore one of her trademark tracksuits

Winners! Christine McGuinness and Mel C were in good spirits as they watched the England women’s national football team triumph against Germany at Wembley Stadium on Sunday

Spice Girl Mel wore a royal blue Adidas tracksuit with white stripes down the side of the jacket and the trousers.

She carried a black bag over her shoulder and flicked a victory sign with her hand as she arrived ahead of the game. 

Christine shared some inspirational words as she shared a snap of herself posing at Wembley on Instagram ahead of the game, writing: ‘Things I love to see: Women supporting women, going against the grain, doing what they love, believing in themselves, fighting for equality.

Looking good: The former model, 34, put on a busty display in a low cut white halter neck top which she teamed with a pair of blue denim jeans with ripped detail

Looking good: The former model, 34, put on a busty display in a low cut white halter neck top which she teamed with a pair of blue denim jeans with ripped detail

Strike a pose: Christine smiled as she posed inside the stadium out after her split from husband Paddy McGuinness

Strike a pose: Christine smiled as she posed inside the stadium out after her split from husband Paddy McGuinness

Proud: Christine shared some inspirational words as she posted her pictured from Wembley on Instagram

Proud: Christine shared some inspirational words as she posted her pictured from Wembley on Instagram

‘And our country getting behind them shouting: “Yes girls.”

‘“COME ON ENGLAND” @lionesses.’

She was seen smiling as she arrived ahead of the game, carrying a pink jacket and a white handbag with her.

Stepping out: Christing was seen smiling as she arrived ahead of the game, carrying a pink jacket and a white handbag with her

Stepping out: Christing was seen smiling as she arrived ahead of the game, carrying a pink jacket and a white handbag with her

Stepping out: Christing was seen smiling as she arrived ahead of the game, carrying a pink jacket and a white handbag with her

Fashion focus: She wore a pair of comfortable pink and white Nike trainers to match and opted for a glamorous palette of make-up to highlight her pretty features

Fashion focus: She wore a pair of comfortable pink and white Nike trainers to match and opted for a glamorous palette of make-up to highlight her pretty features

Out and about: Christine looked relaxed as she made her way into the stadium on Sunday

Out and about: Christine looked relaxed as she made her way into the stadium on Sunday

She wore a pair of comfortable pink and white Nike trainers to match and opted for a glamorous palette of make-up to highlight her pretty features. 

Tens of thousands of fans had been seen around Wembley Stadium hours before the women’s Euros final as the nation prepared for tonight. 

England’s Lionesses were the pride of Britain tonight after Chloe Kelly fired them into the history books after beating Germany at the Euros 2022 final 2-1.

It had been a tense 90 minutes with flying tackles and yellow cards peppering a highly-energetic match, watched by Prince William in the crowd.

Supporters turned out in force to cheer on the Lionesses by flying England flags, painting their faces red and white and donning Team shirts to cheer on the players as they prepared to face Germany at 5pm.

Excitement was seen throughout the sea of England shirts and flags, blowing horns and clappers.

Top of the world: Chloe Kelly waves her jersey round her head after she scored the crucial winning goal with minutes to spare

Top of the world: Chloe Kelly waves her jersey round her head after she scored the crucial winning goal with minutes to spare

Pride of Britain: Lioness Chloe Kelly celebrates with teammate Jill Scott after the important their goal in extra time

Pride of Britain: Lioness Chloe Kelly celebrates with teammate Jill Scott after the important their goal in extra time

Pure joy for England as they realise the third goal has catapulted them into the history books against the German team

Pure joy for England as they realise the third goal has catapulted them into the history books against the German team

UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin (L) and Britain's Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, applaud prior to the UEFA Women's Euro 2022 final football match between England and Germany

UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin (L) and Britain’s Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, applaud prior to the UEFA Women’s Euro 2022 final football match between England and Germany

Many of those attending live and in pubs and bars and live screens set up across the country were in family groups, made up of young women and girls.

The Women’s team qualified for their first Euros final since 2009 on Wednesday night, as they demolished Sweden 4-0 at Bramall Lane.

England, who had previously never won the tournament, played their first and last final at home in 1984.

Fans in Trafalgar Square scream with joy as Toone's goal goes in and puts England ahead at last in the huge football match

Fans in Trafalgar Square scream with joy as Toone’s goal goes in and puts England ahead at last in the huge football match

Supporters react to England's opening goal being shown on the big screen as they watch the UEFA Women's Euro 2022 final football match being played at Wembley Stadium between England and Germany, at the fan zone in Trafalgar Square

Supporters react to England’s opening goal being shown on the big screen as they watch the UEFA Women’s Euro 2022 final football match being played at Wembley Stadium between England and Germany, at the fan zone in Trafalgar Square

England expects: The Lionesses pose up for their team picture before kick-off the focus etched onto some of their faces

England expects: The Lionesses pose up for their team picture before kick-off the focus etched onto some of their faces

Back then, some players’ husbands were unable to join the crowd of 2,500 at Luton Town’s Kenilworth Road ground because they could not afford the transport.

The game only had halves of 35 minutes instead of 45 and a smaller ball than that played with by men was used.

It comes after Christine stepped out amid her split from husband Paddy.

The couple have been ‘living separate lives for months’ and their June wedding anniversary was a non-event, with neither posting on social media about the occasion.

They confirmed their separation via Instagram earlier this month, but revealed they will continue living together for the sake of their three children with autism.

Christine and Paddy share twins Penelope, and Leo, eight, and Felicity, six, all of whom have been diagnosed with the developmental disorder – and they insist their upbringing remains a top priority.  

Sharing a joint statement, they wrote:  ‘We hadn’t planned on sharing this publicly until we were ready but after the lack of privacy surrounding our personal life, we feel left with no other option but to clarify.

‘A while ago we took the difficult decision to separate but our main focus as always is to continue loving and supporting our children.

‘This was not an easy decision to make but we’re moving forward as the best parents we can be for our three beautiful children. We’ll always be a loving family, we still have a great relationship and still live happily in our family home together.

‘We hope this now draws a line under anymore unwanted and unnecessary intrusion into our private life.

‘Although we work in the public eye we ask kindly if you could respect our wishes for privacy on this matter. We’ll be making no further comment.’  

A source told MailOnline: ‘Paddy and Christine have given everything to their marriage over the years.

‘Sadly, they have made the tough decision to part ways for the sake of their young family, who they will continue to co-parent together.

‘It’s been no secret within their inner circle that it’s been a difficult few years for them as a couple but they still very much support each other and will continue to do so throughout their separation.’

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