Natasha Giggs jets back from Egypt to sort things out with hubby Rhodri

   Feb 27, 11:23 am

London, Feb 27 (ANI): Natasha Giggs, who was on a trip to Egypt with her two sons, jetted back to the UK on Sunday for a showdown with her estranged husband Rhodri over her "fun" with fellow 'Celebrity Big Brother' star Kirk Norcross.

The 29-year-old reality show star tweeted that she had a "great week" in Egypt with the "two little men in my life" - her sons Louis, five, and Liam, 10.

She announced that she is heading into Twitter exile over the next few days while she sorts out her relationships with her "other men" - hubby Rhodri, 34, and 'TOWIE' hunk Kirk, 23.

Natasha, who had an eight-year illicit affair with her footballer brother-in-law Ryan Giggs, has refused to comment on the nature of her relationship with Norcross.

However, she did confess that the duo shared three wild night outs after appearing together on the Channel 5 reality show had helped her shelve plans to rebuild her romance with Rhodri.

Rhodri was due to travel with her to Egypt for a 'second honeymoon', but pulled out after a blazing row.

As she jetted back to Manchester she had no idea if Rhodri would be waiting for her at home. He had only recently moved back in.

"Never make someone your priority whilst allowing them to make you an option," the Daily Star quoted her as re-tweeting. (ANI)

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