The 32-year-old model said McDonald’s was the only meal her three children ate together and that since all of the stores were closed, she found it hard to feed them.
She shares six-year-old twins Leo and Penelope and three-year-old Felicity with comedian Paddy McGuinness and their three children are autistic.
On Sunday, Christine shared a photo of three Happy Meals and a bag of food from the main menu that the family enjoyed before the fast food company temporarily shut down amid the coronavirus crisis.
The mother of three explained that autism means they only eat foods they are comfortable with and that McDonald’s was one of the foods they all liked.
She wrote, “The only meal my three kids would eat McDonald’s, we miss you!
“I never thought I would want fast food for my kids but since I expected the changes to affect them and two of my kids barely eat, it’s been like this for over 3 weeks now. “
Christine said it was not her “picky eaters” children but their autism.
She continued: “They’re not” picky eaters “, it’s like fighting change, a massive change in their little lives.
“I know we are not alone, I have had so many messages on McDs!
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“If you know, you know … McDs is a” safe “food, it always looks the same, it tastes the same, the texture and the smell are always the same … and it’s beige and dry! “
It comes after she begged the storekeepers to stop buying panic for the sake of her children and other vulnerable people.
She said they restrict the diet of their young because they only eat certain foods.