Christine McGuinness flaunts her incredible figure in blue swimsuit as she trains for ITV’s The Games – after complaining of ‘losing’ her ‘curves’

She has been busy training for ITV‘s The Games.

And Christine McGuinness looked sensational as she posed in a blue swimsuit before taking to the diving board as she continued her tough training.

The former model, 34, showcased her incredible physique as she struck a series of cheeky poses in a video shared to her Instagram stories on Thursday. 

Stunning: Christine McGuinness looked sensational as she posed in a blue swimsuit before taking to the diving board as she continued her tough training for ITV’s The Games

She flaunted her pert derriere in the high-legged one piece with a daringly low back, while she styled her golden tresses in a high ponytail.

It came after she posed a snap of herself in figure-hugging black gym gear as she complained that she was ‘losing’ her ‘curves’ and was ‘not OK with it’ as she continued her rigorous training. 

She later joined her co-star Will Njobvu, who filmed her laughing as she bounced up and down on a trampoline before they took to the diving board.

In the amusing video, she staggered off the trampoline as she exclaimed: ‘I nearly weed myself!’

Wow! The former model, 34, showcased her incredible physique as she struck a series of cheeky poses in a video shared to her Instagram stories on Thursday

Wow! The former model, 34, showcased her incredible physique as she struck a series of cheeky poses in a video shared to her Instagram stories on Thursday

Figure: It came after she posed a snap of herself in figure-hugging black gym gear as she complained that she was 'losing' her 'curves' and was 'not OK with it'

Figure: It came after she posed a snap of herself in figure-hugging black gym gear as she complained that she was ‘losing’ her ‘curves’ and was ‘not OK with it’

The mother-of-three is taking part in a diving challenge as part of the ITV reality show, after admitting that she had ‘never really swam before’.

The wife of Paddy McGuinness took adult swimming lessons and learnt how to swim along with her co-star Will, who had a fear of water.

The Games will see 12 famous faces be coached and trained before competing against each other, in the aim of becoming top of the medals table and being crowned overall winner.

The triathlon-style challenges will see the stars step out of their comfort zones as they are coached and trained in running, swimming and cycling before competing. 

Eye-popping: She flaunted her pert derriere in the high-legged one piece with a daringly low back

Looking good: She styled her golden tresses in a high ponytail for the snaps

Eye-popping: She flaunted her pert derriere in the high-legged one piece with a daringly low back, while she styled her golden tresses in a high ponytail

Fun: She later joined her co-star Will Njobvu, who filmed her laughing as she bounced up and down on a trampoline before they took to the diving board

Fun: She later joined her co-star Will Njobvu, who filmed her laughing as she bounced up and down on a trampoline before they took to the diving board

The six male and six female competitors will battle it out in the athletics arena, the swimming pool, gymnasium and velodrome, putting their sporting talents to the test in events from an 100-metre sprint and diving. 

As well as live event coverage, each episode will also feature the celebrities’ gruelling training for the challenges, as they are taught the sports from scratch by some of the UK’s top coaches.

The celebrities will attempt to creep up the leaderboard, before the series will come to a head in a final showdown, which will see one male and one female champion crowned.

Couple: The wife of Paddy McGuinness is taking part in a diving challenge after she learnt how to swim for The Games, which will see celebrities do triathlon-style events

Couple: The wife of Paddy McGuinness is taking part in a diving challenge after she learnt how to swim for The Games, which will see celebrities do triathlon-style events 

The week-long event, produced by Initial, will be hosted live by Holly Willoughby and Freddie Flintoff, while Alex Scott will star as trackside reporter and Chris Kamara will be commentator.

Sharing her delight at hosting the show, Holly said: ‘I’m really excited to be presenting The Real Games with Freddie and the rest of the team. I can’t wait to watch our celebrity competitors go head-to-head.’

While Freddie added: ‘This is going to be a brilliant week of TV. Our celeb competitors will need to be at the top of their game to be in with a chance of topping the medals table.’

The Games will run for five episodes, two with a 90-minute runtime and the other three coming in at an hour each.

What a pair! Holly Willoughby and Freddie Flintoff were previously announced as hosts for the series

Coming soon: It will see celebrities battle it out in various athletic competitions in a week-long event

What a pair! Holly Willoughby and Freddie Flintoff were announced as hosts for the series, which sees celebrities battle it out in various athletic competitions in a week-long event

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