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Christine McGuinness shares update on her mum's health as they enjoy 'priceless' day out

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Christine McGuinness has offered fans an update on her mum's health as they were able to enjoy a day out together. The reality star's mother Joanne was diagnosed with breast cancer in September 2020.

Since sharing her mum's diagnosis, Christine has been keeping her loyal followers updated as she underwent chemotherapy. And she has now shared the news that Joannes is now in remission.

Model Christine revealed the relieving news after she enjoyed a trip to a McDonald's while out in Liverpool over the weekend with her mum and three children, twins Felicity and Leo, eight, and six-year-old daughter Penelope. READ MORE: Gino D'Acampo backed by fans as he responds to 'haters' over kissing daughter on the lips She took to Instagram to share a snap of her with her kids in the fast-food chain as well as another of her mum walking with her beloved grandchildren outside.

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