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Christine McGuinness confirms new documentary: ‘I’m excited, nervous and proud’

OHMYGOSSIP — Christine McGuinness has confirmed her new documentary will be released later this month, and she is “nervous” to share the short film with viewers.
The 34-year-old star has revealed ‘Christine McGuinness: Unmasking My Autism’ will air on March 15th on the BBC, and she hopes the programme will help “thousands of autistics feel understood, recognised and valued”.
She wrote on Instagram: “Finally I can give you a date!
My new documentary..
“Christine McGuinness: unmasking my autism”
15th March on @bbc @bbciplayer ⠀
I’m excited, nervous and proud to present this incredible short film that I truly hope and believe will help thousands of autistics feel understood, recognised and valued. (sic)”
It comes after recent reports that Christine was making a solo documentary about the lifelong developmental disability – which she was diagnosed with aged 33 – after her first effort, ‘Our Family and Autism’, alongside ex-husband Paddy McGuinness, 49, landed her a National Television Award.
In January, a source said: “Christine was shocked by how autism is seen as something mostly affecting men and what felt like a gender bias in diagnosis.
“The second film follows her on a journey in search of answers for the thousands of other women like herself in the UK, who are spending years undiagnosed or masking their symptoms to the detriment of their mental health.”
Christine – who has nine-year-old twins Leo and Penelope and seven-year-old daughter Felicity, who all have the condition, with Paddy – is to embark on “an incredibly personal journey” on the documentary.
A source added: “This second film is an incredibly personal journey for Christine as she investigates why it took so long for her to find her own truth and learns it’s indicative of systemic failings for other women and girls.
“It’s taken on additional weight as her first solo project.
“Away from Paddy, she’s been part of ensemble casts like The Real ‘Housewives Of Cheshire’ and ITV’s ‘The Games’ but this is Christine, standing alone and owning her space.”

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