Ryan Giggs’ wife, Stacey, has finally ended her marriage to the Manchester United assistant coach, after he reportedly had an affair with one of the waitresses at his restaurant.
According to a report in the UK Sun, Stacey decided to dump the 42-year-old, after his flirtations with the waitresses were revealed.
She has also told friends that this is the end, after she tried to patch up the marriage following Giggs’ previous affairs with Miss Wales Imogen Thomas and his brother’s wife Natasha.
A close source to the family told the Sun: “Word got back to Stacey that Ryan had been flirting with some of the waitresses at his restaurant George’s and she’s had enough.
“At one stage she is said to have told him to pack his bags and get out.
“But for the moment they both still seem to be living in the same house. She is upset to say the least and feels very alone.”
Giggs, 42, is also said to have told his friends: “It’s over for good.”
The eight-year marriage has produced two children and friends say the couple found it hard to work things out.
Another source told The Sun: “Both Ryan and Stacey promised to make a fresh start and that’s what they did. They became great friends again and were getting on really well.
“They wanted it to work for each other but also for their son and daughter who are the most important thing in their lives.
“They both dote on the kids and made a real effort to get back on track. But about a year ago it all started to cool a bit and the marriage has not recovered.
“The reality was that time hasn’t exactly proved a great healer.
“In the early days, once the flak over Natasha and Imogen Thomas passed over, Ryan and Stacey began building bridges and it looked really good for them.
“But, as bizarre as it sounds, once they were out of the limelight and things had quietened down, their relationship started to struggle.
“Stacey obviously has trust issues after what happened with the affairs and that caused problems. And Ryan has now said to people he thinks the marriage is all over and that there is no saving it.
“He has put a lot of effort into saving the marriage but now seems to have given up.
“Perhaps there had been too much water under the bridge.”
Source: Daily Post