Paddy McGuinness admits that he made a “boy student’s mistake” by leaving his five-year-old daughter “within a minute” unattended.
He left her alone with a marker pen and then returned to find his Apple computer scribbled.
The television host and wife Christine have three children, eight-year-old twins Leo and Penelope, and five-year-old Felicity.
And on Sunday, he said he took him to social media and admitted that he had left Felicity with a marker pen and made a misjudgment.
Paddy shared a snap with his Instagram followers and wrote:
The image in the post shows a Mac computer with a black graffiti all over the Apple logo.
Paddy fans were immediately looking at the interesting side.
One user writes: “My boys are the same. They seem to find pens from everywhere.”
Another said: “Flash Wipe once previously removed the Sharpie marker from the TV !!!! hax”
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A third user commented, “I don’t dare to do that. My youngest is 14 years old. Their inner artists are always waiting for a chance !!”
Others have suggested using a hairspray to remove the marker.
Paddy and Christine’s “Our Life and Autism” documentary aired on BBC One on December 1st.
Christine and all three of her children were diagnosed with autism.
At the one-hour show, they met other parents, professionals, and people in the autism spectrum.
Paddy McGuinness admits that he made a "boy student's mistake" by leaving his daughter "less than a minute"
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