Stuart Hogg removes all photos of wife off Instagram - Ruck

Stuart Hogg removes all photos of wife off Instagram

Back in November, Stuart Hogg separated from his wife and was seen enjoying a spa weekend with his new lover, Leonna Mayor, known as the ‘world’s sexiest jockey.’

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This occurred just days after his ex-wife gave birth to their fourth child, insiders claim.

Spa Weekend with Leonna Mayor

The former British and Irish Lions star appeared in Leonna Mayor’s Instagram story on Monday at Moddershall Oaks Country Spa Retreat in Staffordshire. This appearance came just hours after his ex, Gillian Hogg, announced the birth of their daughter, Phoebe Anne. Ms. Mayor posted a selfie with a beaming Hogg, captioning it: “The least Mondayest Monday ever.”

Social Media Cleanse and Rugby Comeback

Hogg, who has removed all images of himself and his former wife Gillian from his Instagram dating back to 2012, has announced his rugby comeback with Montpellier.

Family Background

Hogg and Gillian Smith are parents to four children. They started their family in late 2015 and welcomed three children: Archie, Olivia, and George. Their fourth child, Phoebe Anne, was born on November 7, with Gillian sharing the news on Instagram.

Gillian Hogg’s Heartbreak

A source revealed: “Gillian is heartbroken. How much does one woman have to take? She just gave birth last week. The last thing any new mother would want is to see the father of her children flaunting his new relationship on social media for the world to see. It just shows his true colours.”

Another source added: “She is heartbroken at a vulnerable time, with a new baby and three other kids. She supported him through his career, moving away from those she loved and knew. But as soon as they moved back to their hometown, everything came to a head. His refusal to leave the family home has meant a huge upheaval for her and the kids, but she just couldn’t stay there any longer.”

Legal Troubles

In May, Hogg appeared at Jedburgh Sheriff Court accused of stalking offences against his wife Gillian, pleading not guilty. The 31-year-old was charged with stalking by engaging in conduct that caused his wife fear and alarm. The alleged incidents took place at properties in Glasgow and Hawick, Roxburghshire, between January 2017 and March 2019.

Hogg, who was awarded an MBE in the 2024 New Year Honours list, allegedly shouted and swore at her and acted aggressively. He is accused of infidelity accusations, tracking her movements, monitoring her communication with others, and attempting to control family life.

Additional Charges

A second charge under the Domestic Abuse Scotland Act alleges similar conduct between April 2019 and March of this year at properties in Hawick and Devon. This includes claims that Hogg repeatedly sent Gillian alarming and distressing texts, including threats to harm himself.

A third charge alleges that Hogg violated an undertaking not to approach his wife except for arranging child contact. It is claimed he contacted her on March 30 this year at her home.

Upcoming Trial

In court, Hogg confirmed his name and learned that his trial date is set for July 30.

“Dirty dogs” – Cheating rugby players and the women they did it with

Cheating used to be a lot easier to get away with for rugby stars. Heck, some of the scoundrels had second families!

But as technology has become ever more enmeshed with human lives and as those lives have become increasingly tracked and documented by social media, it’s much easier for would-be-cheaters to trip up and get caught…or tagged.

If you find yourself trending on Twitter with your own hashtag it usually means you’ve messed up.

1. Mike Tindall

Tindall – who was newly married to the Queen’s granddaughter in 2011 – had insisted he went back to his hotel alone after CCTV captured him canoodling with the young woman in the Altitude bar in Queenstown. Tindall assured England team managers and his public relations representatives that the claims were false, but the image, which is pretty damning, was published across the world .