Christine McGuinness and husband Paddy recreate iconic Ghost scene

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They are in detention in Cheshire with their three young children.

And Christine McGuinness and her husband Paddy have proven to be having lots of fun despite the COVID-19 pandemic, urging supporters to stay safe with a parody handwashing video.

The couple shared their thoughts on Ghost’s iconic pottery scene with Demi Moore and Patrick Swayze.

Cheeky: Christine McGuinness and husband Paddy have proven to be having lots of fun despite the COVID-19 pandemic, urging supporters to stay safe with a handwashing spoof video

Cheeky: Christine McGuinness and husband Paddy have proven to be having fun despite the COVID-19 pandemic, urging supporters to stay safe with a handwashing spoof video

Christine, 32, is seen putting soap on her hands before the shirtless Paddy, 46, suddenly appears behind her at the kitchen sink.

The host of Take Me Out begins to lather his hands with hers, while Unchained Melody plays in the background.

Christine, dressed in a white button at the top, looks shyly at the camera, rubbing her husband’s fingers.

Joker: Paddy removes a series of comic faces, pretending to be in the grip of passion

Joker: Paddy removes a series of comic faces, pretending to be in the grip of passion

Sensual: Christine, 32, is seen putting soap on her hands before Paddy shirtless, 46, suddenly appears behind her at the kitchen sink

Sensual: Christine, 32, is seen putting soap on her hands before shirtless Paddy, 46, suddenly appears behind her at the kitchen sink

Paddy removes a series of funny faces, pretending to be in the grip of passion.

All of a sudden, the music stops and Paddy says, “This is how you wash your hands, dirty animals!

She captioned the clip: “#WashYourHands #StayHome #StaySafe #ProtectTheNHS #KeepSmiling #WeWillMeetAgain ❤️”.

Message: All of a sudden, the music stops and Paddy says:

Parody: The couple gave their own hit on Ghost's iconic pottery scene with Demi Moore and Patrick Swayze

Parody: The couple gave their own hit on the emblematic pottery scene of Ghost with Demi Moore and Patrick Swayze (right photo in the 1990 film)

Fans of the pair were tickled by the funny video, calling it “brilliant” and declaring that they were “screaming”.

Paddy and Christine are busy at home with their three children, the twins Penelope and Leo, both six, and Felicity, four, who are all autistic.

Earlier this year, the Real Housewives Of Cheshire star shared a poem on her Instagram page after learning that her youngest daughter was also autistic.

Ooer: Christine, dressed in a white button at the top, flashes shyly looks at the camera while she rubs her husband's fingers

Ooer: Christine, dressed in a white button at the top, flashes shyly looks at the camera as she rubs her husband’s fingers

Along with the moving prose, she wrote: “Recently, our youngest daughter, Felicity, was also diagnosed with autism, three years after the diagnosis of our twins Leo and Penelope.

Resuming this journey still brings a little sorrow, knowing that the three children will face challenges and difficulties than others will not.

“But ultimately, I feel confident as a family, we are in a much stronger place, we are able to use our experience and knowledge as a power that helps us to feel well prepared.”

“We are here to love and support our three special children and I thank God every day that these babies are mine.

‘Proudest Mummy #Autism #AutismConsciousness # 3 superstars #KnowledgeIsPower’.

Family: Paddy and Christine are busy at home with their three children, the twins Penelope and Leo, both six, and Felicity, four, who are all autistic.

Family: Paddy and Christine are busy at home with their three children, the twins Penelope and Leo, both six, and Felicity, four, who are all autistic.

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