Paddy McGuinness jokes about taking a shower in the 1990s as he shows off Fahrenheit Dior shower gel 1

Paddy McGuinness jokes about taking a shower in the 1990s as he shows off Fahrenheit Dior shower gel

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Nude Paddy McGuinness ‘takes a shower in the 1990s’ as he shows off throwback Fahrenheit Dior shower gel


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Paddy McGuinness joked about taking a shower in the 1990s as he showed off Fahrenheit Dior shower gel on Instagram on Thursday. 

The presenter, 48, lathered up in the shower while chatting energetically to his phone camera. 

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He said: ‘Hello, this is not a shower news, this is just to let you know that I’m having a shower in the 90s! Get on it, get on that!’  

Hilarious: Paddy McGuinness, 48, joked about taking a shower in the 1990s as he showed off Fahrenheit Dior shower gel on Instagram on Thursday

Hilarious: Paddy McGuinness, 48, joked about taking a shower in the 1990s as he showed off Fahrenheit Dior shower gel on Instagram on Thursday

Funny: The presenter, 48, lathered up in the shower while chatting energetically to his phone camera

Funny: The presenter, 48, lathered up in the shower while chatting energetically to his phone camera

The £32 shower gel and is fragranced with top notes of leather and violet, with hints of lavender, mandarin orange, hawthorn, nutmeg, cedar, bergamot, chamomile, and lemon.

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He captioned the hilarious video: ‘Those were the days! Full head of hair and a 30” waist!!! Showering in the 90’s!!!’

Many of his followers commented on the post to agree with their love for the iconic scent. 

Fancy: He said: 'Hello, this is not a shower news, this is just to let you know that I'm having a shower in the 90s! Get on it, get on that!'

Fancy: He said: ‘Hello, this is not a shower news, this is just to let you know that I’m having a shower in the 90s! Get on it, get on that!’

Way back when: He captioned the hilarious video: 'Those were the days! Full head of hair and a 30” waist!!! Showering in the 90’s!!!'

Way back when: He captioned the hilarious video: ‘Those were the days! Full head of hair and a 30” waist!!! Showering in the 90’s!!!’

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 ‘Remember this, loved that smell!!! Makes me feel old haha,’ one wrote. 

Another commented: ‘The best smell on a man even now.’ 

While another said: ‘Oh I loved that smell.’  

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Iconic: Many of his followers commented on the post to agree with their love for the scent

Iconic: Many of his followers commented on the post to agree with their love for the scent

The Take Me Out presenter’s wife Christine recently revealed she was autistic and admitted her condition meant she found it slightly tougher to pick up some of the routines on Strictly The Full Monty, but eventually joined her co-stars taking to the stage for the empowering show.

Christine also detailed juggling raising her three autistic children – eight year-old twins Leo and Penelope, and five year-old Felicity – while also looking after her mother, who has cancer. 

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In an extract seen by The Mirror, Christine wrote: ‘I have been confirmed as autistic. It’s strange, but I’ve noticed there are little hints throughout my life that I’m autistic and more like my children than I ever could have imagined.

Open book: The Take Me Out presenter's wife Christine recently revealed she was autistic

Open book: The Take Me Out presenter’s wife Christine recently revealed she was autistic

Doting mum: Christine also detailed juggling raising her three autistic children - eight year-old twins Leo and Penelope, and five year-old Felicity - while also looking after her mother, who has cancer

Doting mum: Christine also detailed juggling raising her three autistic children – eight year-old twins Leo and Penelope, and five year-old Felicity – while also looking after her mother, who has cancer 

‘My issues with food, my social ­struggles, how hard I find it to make friends and stay focused, and my indecisiveness. The way I float through life reminds me of how my eldest daughter Penelope is.’

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The model explained that she was diagnosed in August after she and Paddy were invited to meet Sir Simon Baron-Cohen who is the director of Cambridge University’s Autism Research Centre.

The couple both filled out an AQ Questionnaire which is designed to measure the expression of Autism-Spectrum traits in a person. And while an average neurotypical person would score about 15, which Paddy did, hers was 36.

THE SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF AUTISM

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, people with autism have trouble with social, emotional and communication skills that usually develop before the age of three and last throughout a person’s life. 

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Specific signs of autism include: 

  • Reactions to smell, taste, look, feel or sound are unusual
  • Difficulty adapting to changes in routine
  • Unable to repeat or echo what is said to them
  • Difficulty expressing desires using words or motions
  • Unable to discuss their own feelings or other people’s
  • Difficulty with acts of affection like hugging
  • Prefer to be alone and avoid eye contact
  • Difficulty relating to other people
  • Unable to point at objects or look at objects when others point to them

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