Paddy McGuiness cancelled his Radio 1 appearance[Wenn]
Paddy McGuinness cancelled his planned appearance on the popular morning show in the aftermath of the emergence of pictures in which he was seen arm-in-arm with Nicole Appleton on a night out.
Yesterday host Nick Grimshaw 33, told his listeners that Paddy was due to appear on air with him.
However, a source told The Sun Online of Paddy’s cancellation: “He was booked to appear on today’s show, but last yesterday afternoon he cancelled. It was really last minute.”
Paddy was due to appear on Nick Grimshaw’s show [Getty]
Take Me Out host Paddy McGuinness was seen arm-in-arm with Nicole Appleton during a night out on the weekend, prompting a string of emotional messages from his wife Christine.
It was later revealed that the former All Saints singer had “liked” 178 of Paddy’s Instagram pictures in ten months, with Nicole sharing her appreciation for several of his snaps including a topless picture, a shot of him working out, and multiple mirror selfies.
Yet now, according to The Sun, Nicole, 43, and Paddy, 44, both unfollowed each other on Instagram, and the presenter has also unfollowed the mother-of-one on Twitter.
Paddy was seen arm-in-arm with Nicole Appleton on a night out [Getty]
Meanwhile, Paddy’s wife Christine, 29, appeared to break down in tears in her vehicle on Monday morning.
In a video obtained by The Sun, the blonde beauty – who shares three children with Paddy – was seen wiping away what appeared to be tears from her eyes as she finished her shopping trip in Cheshire.
Heading back from her local shop on Monday, Christine looked downcast as she stepped out following the emergence of the pictures, wearing a pair of oversized sunglasses and an all-black ensemble as she got into her car.
Christine posted this cryptic message online [Christine McGuinness/Instagram]
Paddy McGuinness and wife Christine [Getty]
Christine also sent a Tweet to her 16.8k followers hours after the pictures emerged, which read: “When you realise you deserve so much more.. that’s not a bad thing.”
Paddy and Christine have three children together: Twins Penelope and Leo, who were born in 2013 and daughter Felicity, who arrived in 2016.
Last year the couple revealed that their twins had been diagnosed with autism.
OK! Online has contacted BBC Radio 1 for comment.