Ryan Giggs’s ex spotted with bruised lip in first outing since his assault arrest



Posted Monday, November 16, 2020 by Thesun.co.uk

RYAN Giggs’s ex-girlfriend Kate Greville is seen with a bruised lip yesterday on her first public outing since their bust-up.

PR exec Kate Greville, 36, went for a walk with their dog and a pal — as she tries to bounce back from the “worst two weeks of her life”.

Ryan Giggs’s ex spotted with bruised lip in first outing since his assault arrest
Kate Greville broke cover for the first time since her bust-up with Ryan Giggs

She is said to have been through a “living hell” since the row, which saw Wales manager Giggs, 46, arrested on suspicion of assault.

He should have been in Cardiff for the clash against Ireland yesterday but has temporarily stepped down while it is being investigated.

Giggs was instead seen looking glum with pals on a hike in foul weather at Chorley, Lancs.

Kate yesterday broke cover for the first time since the row at his home in Worsley on November 1.

She packed her bags and fled to a secret rural location with their Labrador, Mac.

A source said: “Kate has been through a living hell. These have been the worst two weeks of her life, a nightmare.

“Kate doesn’t want to talk about what happened but it’s clearly shaken her up. They’ve had bust-ups before but it really is over.

“Ryan doesn’t seem to be dealing with it well either — he looks like he’s got the weight of the world on his shoulders.

"His career is in the balance while he’s under investigation.

"And when he tried to get away from it all on a walk, the weather was horrific.”

The latest row is thought to have been sparked by Giggs messaging other women.

He denies the assault allegations and was understood to have told cops any physical contact with Kate was accidental.

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