Ryan Giggs’ ex-wife Stacey ‘finds love with The Wanted’s poster-boy Max George’

Michelle Keegan’s ex-fiance helps her move on from former husband after his near-decade of alleged cheating was exposed

Ryan Giggs’ ex-wife Stacey has found love again three years on from their divorce – with Max George from The Wanted.

The 40-year-old brunette, who has two children with the Manchester United legend, ended their nine year marriage back in 2016 amid allegations she found out the love rat had got close to another woman.

That was described as “the last straw” for Stacey in the wake of Ryan’s affairs with model Imogen Thomas and sister-in-law Natasha – his brother Rhodri’s wife.

But now she’s been snuggling up to someone special – and he’s ten years her junior.

According to The Sun on Sunday, Max is a regular visitor to the £3.5million mansion which she took ownership of after their divorce.

“Stacey has always been a massive fan of The Wanted and hit it off with Max straight away when they were introduced at a local pub in Manchester,” a source said.

They haven’t been flaunting their romance like teenagers, but Max has been staying over at her house and the kids are cool with it.

He’s a really friendly, down-to-earth guy and they get on great together.

“Stacey deserves all the happiness she can get.

“She’s a diamond who has been through the mill, thanks to Ryan’s philandering.

He totally humiliated her during their marriage, but she kept her dignity and has now moved on.

“And Max is quite a catch. She’s been grinning like the Cheshire Cat.”

The singer has stayed out of the spotlight since leaving the group – and after he split from Coronation Street star Michelle Keegan

Last year it was revealed the real reason Jose Mourinho wouldn’t consider working alongside Giggs at Manchester United was because he didn’t trust him because of his alleged affair with his brother’s wife.

The Portuguese claims he just couldn’t trust the now Wales boss after the cheating was exposed.

Legend Giggs, 45, made 672 appearances for the Red Devils from 1990-2014, scoring 114 times.