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Big handsome ain't a keeper for ditched WAG; Footie star's ex hits back after wedding woe.


JILTED wag Leah Shevlin has demoted ex-fiance Allan McGregor from "big handsome" to "the previous relationship".

The former WAG posted a blog just weeks after former Rangers keeper McGregor, 33, ditched her during a holiday in Dubai and cancelled their wedding - 10 days before they were due to get married.

Ex-model Leah, also 33, has since taken to online site, Blog Spot, with her entry titled "Leah Shevlin....the facts, not the fiction," tempting readers with: "I'm sure you're all just dying to know the juicy gossip."

But, Leah, who had referred to McGregor as "big handsome," on Twitter has hinted she is over her recent heartbreak.

Throughout the blog, which was published on Sunday, she only refers to him as "the previous relationship," telling readers: "I think that's what we'll name him from now on."

The mum-of-one, who has three-year old daughter Noelle Rose with the Hull City keeper, also revealed she loved "a bit of friendly banter" and told readers it was her sense of humour that McGregor had fallen for.

Leah wrote: "I love a bit of friendly banter, in fact, my last relationship began because he fell in love with me for my banter...look how that ended up. Maybe my banter isn't that great after all, lets discuss something else instead."

She went on to assure readers her wedding preperation had made her a beauty expert and that further posts would involve her knowledge of beauty treatments.

The couple got engaged while on holiday in Dubai in 2008, after a seven-month relationship and were due to get married at luxury Mount Stuart House in Rothesay, Bute, earlier this month.

However, the pair reportedly had an argument leading to McGregor texting pals: "Cancel the kilts".

I'm sure you're all just dying to know the juicy gossip leah shevlin


TOGETHER Leah during her time with Allan McGregor

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Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Jun 30, 2015
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