Christine McGuinness has shared a hilarious video of a duck excreting on her sprawling patio as she fed it a slice of bread.
Posting the side-splitting footage on Thursday, the model, 33, slipped into an eye-popping black swimsuit and towering wedge stilettos as she fed the sweet bird treats, before exclaiming: ‘Oh my god!’ as the mishap was captured on camera.
Wearing her bright blonde hair loose and Popo Florist looking typically glamorous, Christine hilariously captioned the clip: ‘Dirty ducker.’
Oh dear: Christine McGuinness, 33, has shared a hilarious video of a duck relieving itself on her sprawling patio as she fed it a slice of bread
All was going well in the footage, with the little duck waddling around the doting mother’s garden while pecking at the bread, until the blonde bombshell turned to address the camera.
In the background, the unfortunate incident could be seen taking place, as Christine told her followers: ‘I was literally just doing…’
Cut off mid-sentence, the star turned back around to see the mess the creature had made all over her concrete patio before bursting into laughter.
It comes days after Christine and her husband Paddy, 47, gave fans a glimpse into her twins 8th birthday garden party.
The model took to Instagram to share a slew of snaps from Penelope and Leo’s lavish party on Saturday, which featured a teepee, balloons and a bouncy castle.
Not ideal: The model slipped into an eye-popping black swimsuit as she fed the sweet bird treats, before exclaiming: ‘Oh my god!’ as the mishap was captured on camera
The blonde beauty – who also has another daughter Felicity, four, with her husband said: ‘They have had an amazing day!’
Christine looked summery in a baby pink maxi dress and white sandals, while Paddy opted for Khaki shorts and a blue shirt.
The happy couple posed for a snap together in front of a glitter wall surrounded by colourful balloons.
It was going so well: All was going well in the footage until the blonde bombshell turned to address the camera
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