I'm giving up blokes for good, says Natasha Giggs

   Feb 23, 1:26 pm

London, Feb 23 (ANI): Natasha Giggs, whose eight-year fling with her footballer ace brother-in-law Ryan killed her marriage, has revealed that her decision to ditch blokes is "a permanent thing".

The 29-year-old 'Celebrity Big Brother' star tweeted the news from her sunbed in Egypt, where she is holidaying with her children after splitting from husband Rhodri.

"Ha! I'm giving up bullsh*t for lent! Oh n the opposite sex, but I may make that a permanent thing," the Daily Star quoted her as tweeting.

The mother-of-two said she was looking forward to a summer of parties with girl pals after declaring herself a "singleton".

Natasha and Rhodri had planned to go to Sharm el-Sheikh together in a bid to save their marriage following her illicit affair with the footballer, but Rhodri pulled out at the last minute, leaving her to fly out with their two sons.

In a series of Tweets, she hinted that the experience had left her disillusioned with men.

"Love the bones of my 2 adorable children. They give me jokes.

"But I do miss a bit of adult convo of an evening. Singleton!" she tweeted. (ANI)

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