Christine McGuinness looked incredible as she decided to part ways with her trousers in her latest Instagram photo.
Paddy McGuinness' wife looked absolutely fabulous as she donned an oversized black shirt, which featured a plunging neckline.
Christine's flesh-flashing get-up showed off her lengthy supermodel-worthy pins in all their glory.
The Real Housewives of Cheshire star, 32, looked incredible as she ran her fingers through her golden locks, which were styled into her signature mermaid waves.
In the makeup stakes, Christine opted for a smoky shadow on her striking peepers and added a muted-pink hue to her plump pout.
Clearly enjoying some "me" time, Christine captioned the snap: "Reset. Readjust. Recharge. Refocus. Relax.
"Imagine if we recharged ourselves as much as we do our phones.
"A dream, but remember to take time out when you can. #OneYou #OneLife."
Fans flocked to shower praise on the jaw-dropping photo.
One social networker gushed: "Such a babe."
While another continued: "Wow."
A third added: "Beautiful Mrs G."
Christine's stunning display comes after she was called out for laughing too much.
Christine shared that the comment was playing on her mind "way too much" and following it preying on her mind for a few days, she decided to have her say.
Taking to Instagram, she said: "I think laughter is a wonderful thing, maybe they need more of it.
"Recently someone told me that the way I laugh so much could make people feel uncomfortable, my natural reaction was of course to laugh."
Sharing a photo of herself giggling, she wrote: "Sharing a photo of herself laughing, she wrote: "I’ve been thinking about this for two weeks now, obviously what ever is going through my mind at that moment is hilarious!
"But hands up I often laugh at really inappropriate times!
"I don’t think they meant it negatively it just made me think way too much!"
She added to her followers: "I think laughter is a wonderful thing, maybe they need more of it and I’m more than happy to oblige in sharing the laughter and sharing the love, always."
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