Christine McGuinness and Anthony Quinlan cause a stir with new billboard campaign in Manchester

It's a traffic-stopping new campaign in Manchester from Emmerdale favourite Anthony Quinlan and model Christine McGuinness
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Former Emmerdale star Anthony Quinlan and glamorous model Christine McGuinness are turning heads across Manchester – with a raunchy new billboard campaign.

Fitness fanatics Anthony and Christine have showed off their gym-honed figures as they posed for Manchester fitness equipment company Pulseroll in a new shoot.

The cheeky campaign has the slogan “Does size really matter?”, with the duo posing with two different sizes of the Pulseroll massage fitness equipment.

And the images are certainly hard to miss, as they’ve been blown up to giant proportions on Manchester’s largest digital billboard at Victoria Warehouse in Old Trafford which is passed by thousands of motorists in and out of the city every day.

Salfordian Anthony, known as Quinny to friends, recently left his long-running role as Pete Barton in Emmerdale, while model and mum-of-three Christine lives in Cheshire with her comedy star husband Paddy McGuinness and in recent years has become a star of popular docudrama the Real Housewives of Cheshire.

Manchester-based Pulseroll has become an industry leader in producing vibration training, recovery and fitness equipment and have just launched their brand-new mini massage gun with the help of the TV stars, with the message that good things do come in small packages.

The company hit the headlines earlier this year when they launched a special edition of their massage gun to raise funds for the NHS.

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Since leaving Emmerdale Quinny has made headlines for his fitness transformation and has qualified as a personal trainer, while Christine is also known for her fitness and owns her own activewear brand which she wore in the new shoot, which was entirely made in Manchester – created over at studios in Ardwick.

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