The true story of my life as an England footballer's wife
The hidden truths behind the lives of footballers' other halves, by the wife of an England international, from the people who brought you The Secret Footballer. But who is The Secret WAG?
Money, cars, homes, holidays, parties and all the shoes you've ever dreamed of. The life of a footballer's wife or girlfriend must be as glamorous and exciting as her other half, right? But behind the closed doors of the WAG's world, there are all the pressures as well as pleasures of success. So what is it really like?
The Secret WAG lays bare the reality of existence under the celebrity spotlight. It is about fashion and fame, sex and scandal, but, like the bestselling Secret Footballer books, is also an honest appraisal of life on and off the field of play which will change your preconceptions about footballers and their partners. It is sassy, outspoken, funny and above all, written from the heart. Meet The Secret WAG.
“Funny, honest and intriguing... written anonymously by a real WAG, it lifts the lid on the glamour and luxury of their lives, but also addresses scandals, the pressure of keeping up appearances and the reality of being part of a famous couple.”
“Mesmerising... a rollicking account of her career as a WAG... Watch out, Victoria Beckham.”
“Funny, outspoken and sassy... reveals the reality behind the headlines.”
“For those who loved Footballers' Wives, this book is a must-pack. It's a fascinating insight into the world of being in the spotlight. OK, it's not highbrow, but it's definitely entertaining.”
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“A juicy exposé of what it's like being married to a man on a weekly six-figure salary but also rebutting some of the myths that surround Wags... That honesty makes this a great read, and you won't look at Coleen and co in quite the same light again.”
“The real-life story of an anonymous footballer's wife struggling to juggle motherhood with life in the spotlight. We've been busy speculating about just who wrote this juicy book.”